Disclosure: I received a free AtmosFlare 3D drawing pen and was compensated for my time in documenting this art activity. This post also contains affiliate links. My 16 year old daughter is quite gifted in art. She’s been studying it nearly all her life and is currently in AP level art classes at a local […]
It’s sort of ridiculous how often I’ve mentioned the Metropolitan page a day art calendar on this blog. (Here, here, here, and here.) But I’m crazy about it. I’ve already received my 2012 edition, and it’s packed away on the shelf, awaiting the new year. That daily dose of beauty helps us keep our momentum with […]
I think that my favorite types of lessons are when academic disciplines overlap. I don’t know if it’s the two-for-one bargain of it or the way it stimulates connections in the brain, but when a lesson crosses two or more subject areas, I get excited! In this lesson, poetry and art intersect. The Art We visited the Impressionist Revolution exhibition […]
For history, we are wrapping up Ancient Greece. One of the supplemental books I added to the Beautiful Feet curriculum is Ancient Greek Art. The art books in this series give a broad overview and always mesh nicely with our history books. As we read through the book and did a couple of the recommended […]
These are Sprite’s two entries in the February 2011 Art for Homeschool Contest. There are some great pieces entered besides Sprite’s. Please go over and vote (by Feb. 14th) in the People’s Choice award. And be sure to subscribe to that blog so you will know about the next contest deadline.