Collage Lesson Project
Pencil Drawing/Shading Project
I have compiled my Art Lesson Video Playlists on YouTube and these videos coordinate with my Free Online Art Classes lessons. For example, if you are interested in learning about collage, you can access the lessons on this website (buttons at the left!) as well as access my YouTube video Collage Playlist by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page!
And by viewing any of the videos, you can access my Palate and Palette Channels and subscribe--so that you will automatically be notified every time I create another new video, which I do on a monthly basis!
As my Real Feedback column on the right proves, my Free Online Art Classes Lessons and my YouTube information-rich videos are a two great FREE art instruction resources for youth groups, kid's projects, school curriculum, church groups, home schooling and any art learning venue!
Finding Subject Matter
Paint A Water Color Horse
Collage Paper Quilt
Draw A Still Life With Pencil
Colored Pencil And Oil Pastel
Shading With Oil Pastels
Drawing A Still Life With Oil Pastels
Shading A Face With Conte Crayon
Paint A Still Life With Acrylics
Making A Monoprint
Paint A Water Color Tree
Printmaking With A Collagraph
There are many websites that offer free art lessons BUT how many are actually FREE? If you have been looking for good art instruction for yourself, your children a friend or a parent, here is a great resource, all absolutely FREE to you!
And, all of these lessons have been tested and refined by me from over thirty years of art teaching experience. The use of art demonstration videos is a great way to learn many art skills and techniques. And you have the advantage of pausing and repeating the lessons at any point so that you can fully understand and complete the exercises. Just click on the link below to begin...
I recently visitied your website and saw all of the great work you are doing! This is wonderful.
I would love to learn how to draw and was looking at a link to your basic drawing classes. I am hoping that you could send me the coarse information.
Also, I have a daughter who is very interested in art. She is being homeschooled. She has self-taught herself in painting but I am also looking for any coarse work that I could introduce to her studies as well.
I just watched your wonderful oil pastel on a photo and your shading video. Thanks so much! I have been struggling with how to work with oil pastels- I have taken some recreational art classes- but the blending on the paper is hard for me to fathom. If you still offer your oil pastel class I would be very interested.
Hello again Lois, Sorry I forgot to add that I can draw a bit & that all my art is done by mouth so I’ll need basic, easy instruction that are quick to work with. I hope this doesn’t make things to difficult & I understand if you are unable to help me. Thanks Again Katt
Dear Lois, Thank you for this. I will approach these tasks over the weekend & let you know how I go. Again I thank you for giving me the time to try & achieve my art.
I work for a Recreation & Parks Department and I was online searching for some art projects to use for our summer day camp program (and secretly for myself to satisfy the little artist in me!) I look forward to taking some of your online lessons.
Hello, I have been drawing portraits lately and feel your crosshatching method has been very helpful! My shading has improved immensely!I will work on the line drawing as soon as I have time! Rose
Notes on Making Videos......
I look back at the first videos I made several years ago and I admit I'm amused at my lengthy dialogues I attached to various demonstrations of painting, drawing and printmaking.
At the onset, I pretty much applied my teaching style to my videos, figuring that a similar method of delivery which worked well with my students would be good for YouTube.
Over the years, however, I have refined my art lesson videos, making them shorter and more concentrated in instruction. I have also migrated away from the lengthy dialogues and let my annotations on the videos explain what I am doing. In this way, I think, hearing impaired viewers will garner just as much from my videos as those that can hear just fine.
Using annotations drew criticisms from some viewers who really wanted a dialogue and description of what I was doing. So, then I quit doing just annotations and went back to talking.
I feel I am still in the process of refinement with my videos. I am often envious of videos with a lot of great music and visuals that I, with my little Flip camcorder, can't produce. Then I think that educational videos need not have a lot of bells and whistles. What they do have to have, and what I strive for is good, simple, solid, information-rich instruction.
Into my sixth years doing YouTube videos, one rather disconcerting factor appears when I review my past videos. I am getting older, AND older. I can actually see myself aging in my videos. What a legacy!