Monthly Archives: January 2018

Lichtenstein, Pop Art Lesson

For this lesson on Lichtenstein and his 1960s comics’-inspired art, I thought a smaller-scale project would work better than what the Discovering Great Artists book suggests (considering time and space). Continue reading

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Looking for Readers for My Novel

Love to read contemporary/literary fiction about family secrets, marriage and forgiveness? I’m looking for volunteer readers to let me know what works and if I’m really done with this novel yet! Continue reading

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Andrew Wyeth lesson

The goal is to use watercolor to create a winter outdoor scene using dried glue–an easy method to create the illusion of snowflakes. Continue reading

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Georgia O’Keefe lesson

Three years ago, this lesson was used in my Masters class (kids ages 10-13) for Fine Arts, week 15 of cycle 3 for Classical Conversations, but really, I would do this project with even apprentices (ages 6-7). Continue reading

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Norman Rockwell lesson

I created this lesson three years ago for my class of 10-13-year-olds, and I chose to make the lesson about facial expressions, just one of Rockwell’s ingredients to make his magic. Continue reading

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