Art with Talar
My goal is to cultivate the creative arts in your children by expanding their imagination and artistic abilities. I emphasize the technical aspects of drawing, pastels, and painting. Additionally, I teach conceptual theories that are crucial to increasing your child’s artist abilities including composition, balance, focal point, symmetry, and color theory. Art history is also introduced through power point presentations and integrated through projects. Each student will be taught and challenged individually to extend them beyond their limits. I encourage a fun yet professional atmosphere allowing the students to experience a higher quality of learning in art.
The first semester I plan to focus on the Elements of Art, including a few artists here and there. The second semester will be a focus on artists and their styles. Each class begins with a PowerPoint introducing, either the featured artist, or an Element/Principle of Art for that week.
|Class size||3-10 students|
|Supplies||OVERALL MATERIALS LIST TO HAVE ON HAND: *additional materials not mentioned may possibly come up as needed* Pencils (any kind), Erasers, Glue stick, Scissors, Chalk pastels, Oil pastels, Colored pencils, Crayons, Black permanent marker/sharpie, Watercolor paint and brushes, Watercolor paper, Acrylic or any other “Crayola” Paint and brushes, Canvas pad, Cotton Q-tips, Regular kitchen Wax paper, Plain white copy paper, Construction paper, Post it Pad, Masking Tape, Scotch Tape|
About the Instructor
Tamar Martin is a graduate of Point Loma University with a BS degree in fine art. She has taught private art lessons at the highly acclaimed Mission Renaissance art schools and has taught elementary and junior high art at several private schools. Talar is an accomplished children’s muralist and delights in teaching others the joy of arts.
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