Weekly Art Sample Lessons -
Here are two lessons for you to try! They will give you a good feel for how a typical exercise in the Weekly Art Lessons program will flow.
The lessons are taught "to the adult". We suggest parents/teachers watch through the videos first before sharing with children. You can then determine if you want to teach your students the lesson on your own, or if you want to sit with the video as a group and work through it together. Either approach works perfectly well - every family has it's own dynamic!
The first free lesson is available by filling out the form, below. Scroll a little bit further down the page and you'll find the second lesson (Part I and Part II).
FOR THE SECOND LESSON YOU WILL NEED:
- watercolor paper (we recommend 140lb for best results)
- watercolor paint (solid or liquid will work equally well)
- watercolor brushes
- tape (for edges of paper)
- painting board (or other water-safe surface)
- painting rag
- rinse jar
In this lesson, Brian is working on dry paper. This is sometimes referred to as the wet-on-dry method.
Big thanks to the families who tested this sample lesson and shared their results! Your feedback was invaluable. xoxo