Success in learning frequently depends on finding the right Art Instructor.; someone who knows the subject well and understands how to inspire others. My teaching style focuses on skills training, but also emphasizes self-exploration and discovering a passion for something new. Take a look at the lessons I provide and choose the right one for you.

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TERM 3
FRANCE THROUGH THE AGES

Art History is a window to the past to understand social and cultural history through study of art works. Over the centuries, France has played a leading role in the cultural life of Europe from the emergence of Roman and Gothic architecture to the rebellious Impressionists, creating masterpieces that gave a new meaning to the concept of art.
I will lead you through the Gothic Cathedrals, the Loire Castles, The Tapestry of the Lady and the Unicorn, the wonders of the Louvres and Orsay museums, Rodin's sculptures and the spectacular Garden of Monet...
Discover and learn how to look at painting, sculpture, and architecture in terms of subject, lines, forms and colours
The art forms that will be reviewed are: painting, sculpture and architecture.
Immerse yourself in the wonders of that time.

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TERM 4
ITALIAN RENAISSANCE ART

The course is devised for people who would like to develop their interest in works of art and the discipline of art history. This course will analyse Italian Renaissance from the two powerful artistic rivals of that time, Florence and Venice. The "Disegno" (drawing) in Florence and the "colorito" (coloring) in Venice are two distinctive artistic achievements that differ not only in execution and appearance but in their very conception. We will discuss the work from its origins in 13th-century humanism to the 16th century.
You will review the work of some of the most influential artists of the Renaissance such as Giotto, Bellini, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian and more....

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TERM 4 
ONE-OFF CLASSES

Introduction to Aboriginal Art

Saturday, September 18th 10 - 12 pm

Van Gogh and Gauguin in the South of France

Saturday, October 9th, 10-12 pm

The Royal Castles of France 

Saturday, December 11th, 10-12pm

Botticelli

Saturday, December 18th, 10-12pm