Classical Conversations

The Incomparable O’Keeffes

At the bottom of this post, you’ll find the Georgia O’Keeffe Packet which will work well with Classical Conversations Cycle 3 Week 15 artist or in tandem with “Discovering the Great Artists: Georgia O’Keeffe” pg 86 (first edition) or pg 120 (second edition). It will also stand alone. I confess, […]

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There are a few artists who we commonly refer to by one name: DaVinci. Michelangelo, Raphael, Donatello (yes,. all the turtles) But there are a few more: Picasso. Van Gogh. And of course, Rembrandt. Rembrandt’s family was really interesting: His father was a miller, and his mother a baker’s daughter, […]

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Week 3: Draw Upside down

ANNOUNCEMENT! I will be leading a web-based class from August 16-20 covering the first six weeks of drawing: showing you how to draw through the techniques CC highlights, how to break down art to simple processes, how to try different techniques for those who get frustrated. The cost is $25 […]

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Fifth Edition Week 1 is here!

Week 1 is done!  Week 1 is done! <Screaming for joy as I run over the hills!> Kidding.  There really aren’t many hills near my neighborhood…and you can get lost in the forest of corn until harvest season! Week 1 is done, and I hope you find it helpful.  This […]

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Cycle 3, Week 16-Andrew Wyeth

Andrew Wyeth is the middle of a father-son-grandson generations of painters.  his own father, N.C. Wyeth, was one of the kings of the “Golden Age of Illustrators”. Andrew, whose health was fragile as a boy, was homeschooled by his parents, and his father, quickly realizing Andrew’s skillful adaptation to drawing, […]

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