Art Classes

Home School Programs
Our homeschool classes are designed to enable students to explore a variety of mediums, while also making connections between the art they are creating and the world history they learn in the academic setting. Students will have the opportunity to explore both 2 Dimensional and 3 Dimensional art while learning various techniques for each of the materials they are working with during each session
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Art Classes

Fall 2019 Homeschool Art Classes


Meet the Masters (K-5)

Tuesdays, 9/3 – 10/1, 2:00-3:30 PM, $120

Take a walk through the 20th Century and study some of the most influential artists of that time. Create drawings, paintings and clay sculptures inspired by these artists. 


Clay Creations (K-5th Grade)

Tuesdays, 10/8 – 11/5, 2:00-3:30 PM, $125

Get ready to get your hands dirty! Students will squish and squeeze the clay while learning some of the basic hand building techniques.


Mixed Media Masterpieces (K-5)

Tuesdays, 11/12 – 12/10, 2:00 – 3:30 PM, $120

Experiment with a variety of art materials including paper, paints, wire and more! Art work will range from realistic to abstract, as the focus will be on learning how to work with the provided materials.


Wheel Throwing (6-12) Full Semester

Mondays, 9/9 – 12/16, 3:00 – 4:30 PM, $375

Are you ready to get your hands dirty?  Students will learn the basic steps for creating pieces on the pottery wheel, as well as trimming and applying a variety of glaze techniques to their pieces. An in depth approach will be taken for students to learn how to throw and perfect a variety of forms. 


Wheel Throwing (6-12)

Tuesdays, 9/3 – 10/1, 2:00 – 3:30 PM, $125

Are you ready to get your hands dirty? Patience and a high tolerance for messy hands is a must for learning this fun way to create pottery. Students will learn the basic steps for creating bowls and cups on the pottery wheel.


Figure Drawing (6-12)

Tuesdays, 10/8 – 11/5, 2:00 – 3:30 PM, $125

Learn basic drawing techniques and proper proportions for drawing the human figure. Students will draw from a live model (fully clothed) that will pose in multiple positions throughout each session. Basic drawing materials will be used – pencil, charcoal, and conte crayons. 


Functional Pottery (6-12)

 Tuesdays, 11/12 – 12/10, 2:00 – 3:30 PM, $125

Students will learn how to create platters, mugs and more using a variety of hand building techniques, as well as the pottery wheel. Due to the drying time involved, students will have three days to work with wet clay. The last two days of class will be spent glazing the pieces.