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Art Thinker

Experience art through the eyes of past masters like Picasso and Monet. Explore a different artist every month by trying out the various techniques used in their artwork. Let their genius inspire you to find yours. Mediums such as pencil, watercolour, acrylic paint, oil paint, charcoal as well as mix medium will be the tools used on this amazing journey through the history of art and its masters. 

Children are naturally creative and love to make art. One of the main goals of Art Thinker is to think like an historical artist. Learn how Famous artistic express Art for centuries to depict ideas and stories, as well as document key historical events. Over time, it’s gradually become widely accepted that art is a medium synonymous with emotional expression.

Children will be inspired by 

  • Wassily Kandinsky
  • Henri Matisse
  • Georgia O’Keefe
  • Vincent VanGogh
  • Salvador Dali
  • Piet Mondrian
  • George Seurat
  • Gustav Klimt
  • Claude Monet
  • Jackson Pollock
  • Picasso Pablo
  • Andy Warhol

Sculpture

Sculpting is more than just a fun activity – it’s an important part of a child’s development.  Multi-dimensional, helps them view things from different perspectives. Many famous historical artist such as Picasso also evolute his art in sculpture.  

"Sculpture is the art of the intelligence."
- Pablo Picasso

Abstract

Creating is restorative, relaxing and inspiring. Will get inspired by Jackson Pollock's abstract art. Jackson Pollock was an influential American painter, and the leading force behind the abstract expressionist movement in the art world.

 

Regularly engaging your creative self is emotionally uplifting and can reduce stress. Create for pleasure and stress release and the pure joy of creative expression, no matter the outcome. We will explore action painting refers to a style that resembles performance art, whereby the artist freely lets go and unleashes emotion by dripping and flinging paints onto the canvas.

 

“I have no fears about
making changes,
destroying the image,
etc., because the painting
has a life of its own.”
- Jackson Pollock
Impressionism

Brushwork, light, and atmosphere. Using freely brushed colour to express reality and the relationship with light. Using impressionism, we will be exploring landscape and nature. 

We will be inspired by Claude Monet's water lilies and garden paintings.

"The light constantly changes,
and that alters the atmosphere
and beauty of things every minute."
- Claude Monet