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My Masterpiece – For Adults Only–
Grab a friend or two and enjoy snacks, beverages and good conversation while you are led step-by-step through completing a masterpiece in one evening.


You will go home with your own completed canvas ready for display. We will use famous paintings by The Masters and some not so famous paintings as our inspiration. Seats must be reserved in advance.

 

 

 

Books: Drawing On History

Pre Civil War – Vietnam –By Deborah Swanson

Art Lesson Plans - Drawing on Hisotry - Art Book - Art LessonsDrawing on History is an interactive approach to art appreciation and art history, designed and written for homeschool or independent high school students, individually or in a group setting. Drawing on History, Pre Civil War–Vietnam covers one year of required high school fine arts credits, giving the student an overview of many of the major art movements from Romanticism of the 1830s to Psychedelic art of the 1960s. This book was written to parallel the Beautiful Feet U.S. and World History curriculum, but can stand alone or be used to enhance any world history curriculum by teaching hands-on art lessons for each time period. While creating art in the style of the masters, students will gain a better understanding of world history and art history as they unfold together.

 

Included with each book is exclusive access to the Resource Center at KnoodleU.com which provides valuable lesson support, videos, and free project downloads to enhance your studies.

 

 

CBD Talks

Christian Book Distributors (CBD) talks with Deborah about the purpose behind writing Drawing on History.

christian book distributors - interview on Drawing on History - Deborah Swanson


Who Said:

“The Masters must be copied over and over again and it is only after proving yourself a good copyist that you should reasonably be permitted to draw a radish from nature.”
– Edgar Degas (1834-1917)


“One should really use the camera as though tomorrow you’d be stricken blind.”
– Dorothea Lange (1895-1965)



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