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Saturday, October 18, 2008

Winter Schedule

October 25th Tesselations, M.C. Escher
Break for Halloween
November 8th Drawing the face
November 15th OP Art Self Portrait, Viktor Vasarely
November 22nd Woodblock prints, Hokusai
Break for Thanksgiving
December 6th Perspective, N.C. Wyeth “The Giant”
December 13th Watercolor Winter Landscape

Cereal Box Design

Each student created their own cereal. They priced it, named it, and described the taste of it!

Puki Pots

These are not fired yet, I will let you know when you can pick them up!

Thursday, August 21, 2008

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Fall Schedule

Fall Schedule (First Block)

September 13th Georgia O Keefe, Watercolor Flowers
September 20th Explore the Senses
September 27th Alexander Calder, Mobiles
October 4th Puki Pots
October 11th Milton Glaser, Designing Logos, Cereal boxes
October 18th Tape Sculpture

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Fall Classes

August 2nd is the last summer class! Sign up for the Fall classes to save you child a spot!

Fall Schedule
September 13, 20, 27
October 4, 11, 18, 25
Break for Halloween
November 8, 15, 22
Break for Thanksgiving
December 6, 13

Classes will be Saturdays, same time, same place (see below if this may be your first time). I am putting together a new curriculum which will include fun new art media like pottery! There will also be a Student Art Show in December so the artists can show off their talent. Thanks for supporting the arts and your young artists, McCall

Saturday, May 31, 2008

Signing Your Student Up

Sign up for the 6 classes, $90 and choose the weeks your artist will be attending, or $20 each lesson if there is an open space. Call The Art Institute at Thanksgiving Point, 801-766-4111

Class Times:
Ages 4-7 11:00-12:00
Ages 8-12 12:00-1:00

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

A little bit about the Teacher

I am a current Art Education student at Brigham Young University, and also a member of the National Art Education Association. I received an Associates degree from Utah Valley State College in Earth Science with individual emphasis in art in 2004. I lived in Poland for a year and a half while serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I speak Polish. Ive been able to go on humanitarian excursions to different parts of Mexico with Choice Humanitarian, Charity Anywhere, and UVSC's service and learning department. Traveling has opened my eyes to different cultures, and has been a huge part of who I am. Art history: awards in High School art shows, painted religious murals in Mexico, college courses in painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, stained glass, color theory, art history, 3-d and 2-d design, I also worked in a Bronze Foundry in Alpine, Utah from 2006-2007 and learned allot about sculpture and the lost wax process of bronze casting. I haven't found a medium that I don't like to work with. Currently my main medium is glass. Working with scraps to small to use for stained glass windows, I have decided to learn about the art of mosaics. I created my first one, and cant wait to finish the next. Other projects I am working on: a bronze sculpture, paintings, and photography.