Missing summer art camp? Bring the joy of art to your children’s summer education activities. You can get eight live lessons starting the first week of June. Each lesson includes a study of a master artist. An example would be Henri Rousseau and his impressionist jungle art pictures. We will discuss the coming of spring and the beauty of the seasons. Lessons are multi-level. We would talk about his ground-breaking contributions and theory in art history and then do an art project that celebrates him. We would learn about creating patterns and textures. Together we create a tiger hiding in the jungle using a method every level can find success with. Students would get a step-by-step lesson on drawing and painting and using mixed media. They also receive an ebook with each lesson and a fun assignment. The cost is $100 for 8 lessons per student. If two students are in the same family it is R50 dollars for the second student. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. Click here for more information.
- Line Artists are Van Gogh and Dore
- Shape Artists are Cezanne and Mondrian
- Color Artists are Franz Marc and Matisse
- Texture Artists are Albrecht Durer and Audubon
- Value Artists are Bierdstadt and Moran
- Center of Interest Artists are Hopper and George Caleb Bingham
- Movement Artists are Winslow Homer and George Bellows
- Light Artists are Tanner and Rembrandt
BLAZE this summer!
Right now there is a mission group in Costa Rica doing mission work using the Blaze program and art ministry. We have three-day training workshops and then doing a mural for a ministry. You can sign up today. Dates on the calendar are May 26-29 and June 9-13. Once you take the workshop you can share it and teach others. Art and B.L.A.Z.E. – ABBA Wholeness Center Email me at email@example.com for more information. We are having several introductory painting workshops in Blue Springs at Abba Wholeness Center from 6:00 to 8:00. We will do a painting on canvas and talk about this ministry and program.
Sharon Jeffus – 573-453-6364
To Whom it May Concern,I had the pleasure of working under the guide of Sharon Jeffus with Visual Manna. Though an aspiring Artist, I knew little about the foundations and principles of art. Now I know not just definitions but the application of said skills. Sharon is extremely knowledgeable as well as optimistic in her teachings. She has personally guided me into being able to be proud of my art, as well as encourage my own creativity. Visual Manna is involved in many different ministry and schooling activities. The heart for using the beauty of art to inspire others and encourage the gospel is a worthwhile cause that God is using all around Kansas City. The Visual Manna Artist Tea Parties are wonderful educational parties to spark creativity, encouragement, and the Gospel in children. The projects are fun for even adults to finish. I love how family-orientated Visual Manna aims to be, and there are benefits and opportunities for people of all ages through their educational services.
– Hannah Bond 2019 – 2020