Rina Rubenfeld loves to capture beautiful faces! She is currently working to enlarge her portraits, and introduce some color into her composition.
Ariel Strreshevsky has incorporated her musical instrument and sheet music pieces into this unique watercolor collage. Nice work, Ariel!
Creating a self portrait is very challenging, there are so many things to look for. These young artists took on the challenge in watercolor! Watercolor requires a lot of patience when applying layers to create skin tone. Good job everyone!
Anita Nakhimovich is applying her talent to creating some works in acrylic. Although she says she finds the blending techniques challanging, I think she is doing a great job in this media!
Keep it up Anita!
These young artists are learning the foundations for expressing values within a good composition in a fun way. They learn how to use charcoal!
Daniel Ketter chose and composed this still life arrangement and then used a limited palette of sepia, white and burnt sienna conte crayon, which he then accented with green and yellow chalk pastel.
The challenge: to capture the different textures that were present.
Great job, Daniel!
Several different photographs of this majestic waterfall were taken by the young artist, Ellen Modlin, on location in Iceland. She combined elements and values from her reference photos to produce this beautiful landscape painting using acrylic paint.
These students were given the task of creating an interesting design using a limited palette of color in a horizontal and vertical pattern.
In addition, they were to create the look of a superimposed geometric area on their design that would create the illusion of a magnigying glass over one area of the painting.
A very challenging projext!