Children learn some of the ways artists create the illusion of depth on a flat surface. Hockney draw..
Children learn that balance doesn't necessarily mean symmetry. They see how artists create balance t..
When is a line not a line? When it's volume, shape, movement, and feeling. At first simple, the line..
A collection of the ten best short films from the Chicago International Children's Film Festival. It..
Complements our very popular Careers in Art Posters (CP6079), this program introduces students to a ..
Anna is a young girl on a school trip in France who goes to the cave of Lascaux, gets separated from..
Charles Reid is one of watercolor's best–loved teachers, a master painter whose signature style capt..
Artist Charles Reid shows us special skills in painting portraits. Shapes of color become alive as t..
Chuck Close paints oversized, closely cropped portraits with brilliantly colored squares and circles..
Art educator Grete Weiss offers painting ideas, diverse materials and techniques for embellishment, ..
This Wilton Art Appreciation program is designed to give students the basic rules, characteristics a..
Where do colors come from and how are they made? This cross–curricular program is divided into three..
Stephen Quiller relates the color wheel to the Quiller Wheel which indicates colors using the actual..
Stephen Quiller reviews basic color concepts and the five color schemes. He reveals how colors creat..
Created by artist, educator, and author Jean Moman Unsworth, this Wilton Art Appreciation set contai..
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