With two weeks to go I decided to upload the previous 5 weeks work completed by the children’s, teenager’s and adult’s classes.  We covered a range of subjects.

Children’s classes:  it was primarially drawing for the first 5 classes as there are a lot of new students and we are just back from the Summer holidays, so everyone is rusty.  The areas that we covered were, one point perspective, how to draw people in different poses, walking towards into the foreground and walking into the background, and drawing children and adults.  How a landscape is composed into foreground, mid ground and banckground, how to draw trees and houses and how to paint them using pallet knives, fan brushes, flat brushes and small brushes.  How to do scaled drawings and how to grid up your drawing to achieve an accurate rendition of the image that you are drawing.  How to draw the face.  Last two weeks are clay, salt dough, and hopefully crayon art, if we get all the clay plainted up in time.Everybody did great, congratulations.  The following is just a sample of the work created by the children.  The students range in age from 6 to 12 years of age.

Teenage classes:  We are getting ready for the Texico Childrens Art Competition, so we first started drawing eyes, nose, ears, mouth, and try and get a likeness, just to get into the swing of things.  The teenagers are coming along in leaps and bounds and I am very proud of the work that they are creating.  The folling are examples of some of the work created.  The students range from 12 to 17 years of age.

Adult Classes:  I teach adults on Wednesday morning and evening.  This term we covered tonal painting for flower compositions, landsapes and we are just starting seascapes.  There is approximately one painting completed in each class, the following is a celection of some of the work completed.

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