Thursday, November 21, 2013

Virtual Refrigerator: This Week's Art Lessons

Welcome to another edition of the Virtual Refrigerator! This weekly blog hop was started by Jennifer at A Glimpse of Our Life, and is now also co-hosted by Angels of HeartHomeschool Coffee Break, and Every Bed of Roses. We all cordially invite you to add your link sharing the art that's on your Virtual Refrigerator and then hop over to the other blogs and admire what's on their Fridges!


Here are Kennady's art assignments completed in the past week.

In this one, she was to draw an animal and try to show the form using lines or shading. She chose to draw a draft horse from a photograph, and did a pretty good job. She is still working on getting the proportions right, and the shading didn't work out quite the way she wanted.

This assignment was to draw a picture based on her memory of an occasion when many family members were together. She drew (or scratched, I guess, because she wanted to do this on scratch paper. I didn't even check whether she was supposed to, or if it was just her choice of medium!) a scene showing her grandparents' 50th anniversary party we had in October. The picture includes her grandparents, her two brothers that were present, and her five cousins.

And this is just a silly doodle from yesterday, after I said something during history about where the living quarters for nobility would be. We all had an amusing mental image of 'living quarters' and Kennady was first to draw it.

Add a link to share your child's art or your arts and crafts how-to posts, and visit the other blogs and admire what's on their Virtual Refrigerators!

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