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Our exciting “Creative Art Play” course for toddlers (2.5 - 4 yrs) aims to develop,
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Creating Art help children learn sizes, shapes, patterns and designs. These are all critical
aspects of their curriculum during pre-school years. Painting helps children develop their
Creating art expands a child's ability to interact with the world around them, and
provides a new set of skills for self-expression and communication.
Not only does art help to develop the right side of the brain, it also
cultivates important skills that benefit a child's development. ⠀
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1 61 hour ago
Bilmekten daha iyi bir şey varsa onu paylaşmak, yeni hikayelere dahil olmak derim🤘🏻
Çamurla tanışmalar, bazı güzel çekirgeler, bazı beyin fırtınaları, öğrenim ve düşündürme teknikleri.
Muş Alparslan Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi’nin öğretmen adayı öğrencileriyle çok keyifli bir çalışma yaptık. Canım Ayça tanıdığım en iyi eğitimcilerden. Öğrencileri için elinden geleni yapması ve buna beni de dahil etmesi yılın güzelliklerinden. @ilkogretmenlerkulubu #arteducation
#IrinaNenazhivina , 6 y.o., ink on paper.
Ирина Ненаживина, 6 лет,
Рыжий человек среди снежинок.
Рисунок выполнен тростниковыми палочками тушью на бумаге.
Одна из детских работ моей гениальной сестры, которая сумела остаться художником. ”Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” #PabloPicasso «Каждый ребенок - художник. Трудность в том, чтобы остаться художником, выйдя из детского возраста.» #ПаблоПикассо
Художник, кто он? Что значит для него искусство? Каждый прожитый день иметь возможность творить и когда тебе 95 лет, и ты полуслепой, ты можешь одним движением кисти, краской на бумаге рассказать нам историю. Об этом говорит художник, Сергей Львович Голлербах.
My students are sweet, but still wary of trusting me. Keeping me in check to see if I'll stick with them. Some of them are typical freshmen - breaking my rulers by using them as drumsticks, but others are still grieving for their teacher. Their sadness appears in simple watercolor explorations. Suicide is a permanent end to a temporary problem, and the pain sticks with the people who love you most. If you're looking for a sign not to end your own life, this is it. 💛
1 212 hours ago
After Luncheon by Berthe Morisot, 1881
Après le déjeuner, aka After Luncheon, features a red-haired lady sitting in a conservatory. The lady is said to be Marie (a woman who often served as Morisot’s model). Marie is wearing a blue dress and a hat with flowers. She holds a fan in one hand and rests her other hand on the table. On the table lies refreshments - grapes, a citrus fruit, a glass cup with a spoon inside and a carafe.
Scholars believe Morisot completed the painting in Bougival, where she and her husband Eugene Manet (brother of the famous artist Edouard Manet) rented a house.
In 2013, Après le Déjeuner set an auction record. It sold for £6.98 million. Swipe left to read what the @nytimes wrote. #art
I’ve been trying out a new thing this semester with my Art 1 (9th grade) class! It’s “visualizing vocabulary”. I give the class a term and a couple days of studio time. They have a few key elements to include and then we display them! I love what they’ve come up with! Idea credit for this 100% goes to this article from @theartofed : https://theartofeducation.edu/2017/12/18/everything-need-design-perfect-intro-art-course/ 👩🏫👩🎨 #arteducation#middleschoolartteacher
Ed il pianoforte con la melodia
E la bella musica come fantasia
Con il mio cuore contento E felice
perche tu sei la mia poesia.. Il vento portando la dolce canzone
del pianoforte con Amore
Ascoltare la nota musicale
perche vieni di cuore con la melodia
Al di la del arte sta il Amore
al di la dell'amore sei tu
E tu sei la mia poesia
per sempre nel mio cuore.
11 x 14 inch acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas
Grace is at ease. She is dreaming and relaxing by the sea and allowing her worries to float away. She is a textured piece created with a palette knife and heavy bodied acrylic paint. Her vibe is relaxation and her colors are soft and calming.
Wow! Now this is impressive. Here’s why: For this piece, using a marker on the end of a pole, Cameron had to stand 5 feet away from the paper and try to copy a drawing of a pot of flowers. This is his piece. Seriously, how beautiful is this drawing. Always pushing and always exploring. ⚡️⚡️⚡️
It’s @lanny.markasky of Memento Publishing, and today’s post we’re talking about how to light an eye. I see a lot of eyes being tattooed and I thought it could be nice to give a little explanation on how light effects the eyeball.
Swipe to image 2. Let’s think of the eye in two parts. There’s the eyeball, and there’s the iris.
Swipe to image 3. The eye ball part is like a transparent sphere. Since it’s transparent, the light travels strait through the sphere. However, it still leaves a highlight, because like we’ve talked about, the highlight is a reflection of the light source, and the transparent sphere is reflective, like glass.
Swipe to image 4. Now the iris is like a shallow cone. So wherever the light source is coming from, the cone will be effected on the opposite side, the side that is facing the light source.
Swipe to image 5. So when we combine them, the light travels THROUGH the transparent eyeball, leaving a highlight, then lights up the opposite side of the iris.
Swipe to image 6. Here we see some various examples with different light sources.