Come and learn all about many of the great art masters and the kind of art that they created! You will have a chance to look at images from art history and learn about many of the artist's tools and materials. Then you can reproduce and reinterpret many of the masterpieces and make them your own! You’ll learn lots of cool techniques including, line drawing, value, shape, pattern, texture, shading, highlighting, colour, perspective and collage. Walk away with a great appreciation of art and artists of the past.
BRINGING THE MASTERS HOME
TIME: 3:00 - 4:00PM
COURSE ID: 13053
TERM DATES: Monday, April 27, 2020 to Saturday, May 23, 2020
Georges Rouault Self-Portrait - Students will create a self-portrait inspired by the expressionist artist, Georges Rouault focusing on colour, shape, line and form to create a stained-glass effect.
Matisse Inspired Collage - Students will study different shapes and how colour, shapes and how placement of forms interact with one another to create a Matisse inspired work.
Van Gogh’s Flowers - Students will learn the basic principles of still life and how to study light, form, foreground and background using oil pastels and paints to recreate their own Van Gogh floral work.
Pop Art Repetition -
Inspired by Andy Warhol and Pop Art’s use of bright colours, simplicity and repetition, students will use monotype printing with paints to create their own piece.
CLASS MATERIALS LIST:
Assortment of paints (tempera, watercolour, food colouring and/or acrylic will work)
Evan Hutchinson is a lens-based artist, with a practice that incorporates mixed media, performance and installation, whom currently resides in Toronto. After graduating university, Evan relocated her practice to London, U.K., where she continued her development in art education at the Royal Academy of Arts. She has exhibited at The Great Hall, Artspace, Vs.Vs.Vs. Collective, Maximum Exposure, Full Frame and Elgin Winter Garden Theatre.
Evan graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, specializing in Photography. Recognized for her academic achievements, she was awarded the Roloff Beny Foundation Photography award in 2014 as well as the Photography and Digital Communication Award in 2015.