We'll spend December exploring the wintertime landscapes of Grandma Moses.
This month we'll explore fruit themed still life paintings by Caravaggio, Paul Cezanne, and George Braque.
Edward Hopper's Nighthawks is one of the most famous paintings of the 20th century... and for good reason! It's a quiet scene with only a few people represented, but the hidden secrets just beneath the surface are endless. Let's discover some of them together this month!
Together we'll explore the work of three French artists, all painting around the same time, but representing dancers with very different artistic styles, mediums, and messages.
Pack your (pretend) bags! This month we're taking a trip to the topics... in our imaginations! Let's explore the art of Henri Rousseau.
Let's look at flowers this month... from far away, super close up, inside in an arrangement, outside nature, and any other way we can think of. We'll explore the art of three artists who painted flowers in different ways, and were from different countries. Come discover the art of Claude Monet, Diego Rivera, and Georgia O'Keeffe are we look at their flower paintings, and create some art of our own!
Let's find out what a portrait is, look at some of Picasso's portraits, and create some portrait art of our own.
This month we're looking at three artists who created their art with solid blocks of color.
Let's explore abstract art with Piet Mondrian, Josef Albers, and Ellsworth Kelly.
This month we'll focus on three works by one amazing artist – Mary Cassatt.
Together we'll explore her ability to capture the magic of everyday moments, her important contribution to the Impressionist movement, and her use of "the gaze" to convey hidden messages about her subjects.
Since March can bring some wet weather, let's explore how three artists all interpreted the subject of rain in unique ways.
Let's explore the artwork of Vincent van Gogh, and looking at The Bedroom paintings he did when he lived in the Yellow House in Arles, France.