Styles of Art in History Level

Styles of Art in History

$179.00 for 1 year

Styles of Art in History

The Styles of Art in History projects are a unique and new approach to learning about art in history. Most art history programs focus on learning about the life of the artist in that period. This program will teach students how to create projects that are similar to those created in that time period.

For example, the first lesson in the Post-Impressionism project introduces that period by briefly describing and illustrating some of the artwork of Van Gogh. Sharon then quickly transitions into teaching the student how to create a Van Gogh-style painting. Sharon’s goal is to make art history come alive by creating! Students who have done a Post-Impressionism project

The projects have varying levels of difficulty. So young students (ages 6 – 9) can complete some of the projects, while older students should be able to complete all of them. The project descriptions will help in determining which projects are right for each student.

Art Skills Taught In Styles of Art in History Include:

Portraiture
Three Dimensional Project Planning
Each project teaches a famous historical style
Layering
Shading
Highlighting
Value
Composition
and much more!

Art Media Featured In Styles of Art in History Include:

Acrylic, Faux Metal Working, Faux Stained Glass, Glass Etching, Glass Mosaic, Oil Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Colored Marker, Fresco, Oil Pastel, Colored Pencil, Egg Tempera, Millet Seed, Scratch Art, and Block Printing

Meet Your Instructor: Sharon Hofer

Premier Artist, Featured Fine Art Instructor, and Founder of Creating a Masterpiece

Join award-winning fine artist and fine art instructor Sharon Hofer as she guides you to study and practice the essentials of fine art. Sharon founded Creating a Masterpiece based on her proven fine art system she developed over 20 years of teaching at her in-person art school. Sharon encourages artists of all ages to experience art projects that will inspire true confidence and teach actual fine art skills.

Sharon Hofer, Art Instructor

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