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Repeated Sweets Art Project

 

 

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Repeated SweetsRepeated Sweets Art Project

In the Style of American Pop artist Wayne Thiebaud 

Watch and Produce Your Own Masterpiece
in 4 Step-By-Step Lessons with Master Artist Pat Knepley

 

 

 

 

Repeated Sweets is the second in a series of ART PROJECTS that advance skills and learning as students complete wonderful works of art in the style of a variety of famous artists.

Repeated Sweets includes an in-depth Art History focus on the style of Wayne Thiebaud, explores related Art Elements and Art Principles, and uses a variety of media. Biblical integration is woven into every single lesson!

Repeated Sweets is geared for ages 10 +. The 4 lesson DVD runs approximately 1 ½ hours, but the student should allow approximately 3 to 4 hours to complete this fabulous work of art!

 

 

 

 

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Art Lessons

  Select Motif and Draw – Pick something sweet … but don’t eat

  Two Types of Watercolor . . . wash flat and graded

  Paint in the Details – and … repeat

  Finish Up with Shade and Shadow 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Video Clips from Repeated Sweets Art Project

 

 

Running Time: 106 Minutes

 

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Repeated Sweets

 

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Free Notebooking and Copywork Pages with purchase

 

Free Wayne Thiebaud Notebooking & Copywork Pages with Purchase of Repeated Sweets Art Project

 

 

What Others Are Saying

 

In our case, Repeated Doughnuts – Repeated Sweets Art Project

SEE THE LIGHT produces top-notch, high-quality art instruction videos.

My daughter learned:

  • How to let each color dry between steps to avoid overlapping

  • How to make the colors stronger or lighter based on the amount of water in her brush.

  • How to recognize pattern in works of art beyond this lesson.


We liked most:

  • Very clear, step-by-step instructions lead the student effortlessly from one lesson to the next.

  • Pat K. is extremely charming, and my daughter felt as if she was speaking directly to her.

  • Art history of the featured artist is discussed in great detail. We spent a lot of time researching Wayne Thiebaud and finding other works of at by him.

  • Most importantly, at the end of each lesson, Pat walks the student through a Bible verse and how that verse relates to each step in the project.


Our only disappointment in the DVD is that we didn't want it to end. :)

 
2016-12-01T14:59:16+00:00
SEE THE LIGHT produces top-notch, high-quality art instruction videos. My daughter learned: How to let each color dry between steps to avoid overlapping How to make the colors stronger or lighter based on the amount of water in her brush. How to recognize pattern in works of art beyond this lesson. We liked most: Very clear, step-by-step instructions lead the student effortlessly from one lesson to the next. Pat K. is extremely charming, and my daughter felt as if she was speaking directly to her. Art history of the featured artist is discussed in great detail. We spent a lot of time researching Wayne Thiebaud and finding other works of at by him. Most importantly, at the end of each lesson, Pat walks the student through a Bible verse and how that verse relates to each step in the project. Our only disappointment in the DVD is that we didn't want it to end. :)  

Quality Art Instruction Right at Home – Repeated Sweets Art Project

Throughout the 4 lessons, Pat K introduces the student to the work of Wayne Thiebaud, teaching about his life and showing examples of his work. She guides the student in producing their own piece of art, demonstrating every step of the process in great detail. She refers back to techniques taught in ART CLASS, such as shade and shadowing, but gives plenty of guidance to students who may not have used that series.

We found Pat to be very pleasant and encouraging. She is obviously very talented and loves to share her love of art with her students.  Personally, I used to do some oil painting, but techniques are so different for watercolors that I learned a lot.  She works slowly, so that the student can keep up with his/her own art, pausing the DVD occasionally.

Some of the sessions we just watched, then my daughter did her project afterward so that she didn't miss anything.  She really enjoyed the lessons! I think this is a great way to get quality art instruction right at home.

 
2016-12-01T15:11:46+00:00
Throughout the 4 lessons, Pat K introduces the student to the work of Wayne Thiebaud, teaching about his life and showing examples of his work. She guides the student in producing their own piece of art, demonstrating every step of the process in great detail. She refers back to techniques taught in ART CLASS, such as shade and shadowing, but gives plenty of guidance to students who may not have used that series. We found Pat to be very pleasant and encouraging. She is obviously very talented and loves to share her love of art with her students.  Personally, I used to do some oil painting, but techniques are so different for watercolors that I learned a lot.  She works slowly, so that the student can keep up with his/her own art, pausing the DVD occasionally. Some of the sessions we just watched, then my daughter did her project afterward so that she didn't miss anything.  She really enjoyed the lessons! I think this is a great way to get quality art instruction right at home.  

Fun Project – Repeated Sweets Art Project

We had so much fun with Repeated Sweets! In four concise, step-by-step lessons we enjoyed learning proper techniques for using watercolors, while pop artists Wayne Thiebaud and Andy Warhol supplied inspiration. Our finished projects turned out beautifully and we can't wait to use our new skills with watercolors again.

 

Our Journey West

2016-12-01T15:29:11+00:00

Our Journey West

We had so much fun with Repeated Sweets! In four concise, step-by-step lessons we enjoyed learning proper techniques for using watercolors, while pop artists Wayne Thiebaud and Andy Warhol supplied inspiration. Our finished projects turned out beautifully and we can't wait to use our new skills with watercolors again.  

 

 

 

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