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April 4, 2020


Animal Portrait, Part 2 

4+ years old 

We will continue learning to draw faces of different animals. This time we will look at the canine family, which includes some of our very favorite "characters" (our own dog friends aside) - wolves and foxes.

Older kids and parents are welcome to participate, but have to work on their own (!) project


  • 1 sheet of watercolor or drawing paper, preferably not too small (9x12 is perfect);

  • regular #2 pencils and erasers.  

  • If you have colored pencils, crayons, oil pastels or markers, you can prepare them as well. If you don't have them, no worries: we can do magic with a simple #2 pencil too!

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Jungle Grass

7+ years old 

This project is inspired by fantastical jungles of french artist Henri  Rousseau (1844-1910). Among other things we will learn how to create an appearance of depth by overlapping blades of grass and flower stems. 


  • 1 sheet of watercolor or drawing paper 9x12, 11X14, 12x18; 

  • regular #2 pencils and erasers.  

  • Black sharpies, black gel or ball pens and colored pencils or markers would be great. But if you don't have any, no worries: a simple #2 pencil will be just fine!

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Silhouette Portrait 

10+ years old

We will look at the beautiful Victorian era silhouette art, learn how to draw a face in profile and turn your drawing into a stylish portrait. 


  • watercolor paper (or other better quality paper)

  • practice paper paper or a sketchbook;

  • graphite pencils, erasers.

  • watercolor or black ink. Regular black (non-permanent) markers will also work!

  • fine point soft brushes

  • water cup

But really use what you have. Don't let any supply shortage to discourage you! You can use any dark pencil to create a beautiful silhouette.  We will talk about other options too. 

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