In the past few months we have tried a new online art program and I really wanted to share it with you!
I was pretty quickly sure this would be a winner, but I would be happy to give a few months to make 100% sure that it really is something we love and that the children will continue to use it before they use it recommend. Masterpiece Society passed the test!
We first tried the “impressionistic bluebird”. free art lesson to see if it was something the kids wanted, and the two older girls (8 and 10) really enjoyed it. What they wanted was something they could follow, but embrace and learn new techniques. That ticked the boxes. From this first free lesson, they had already learned what impressionistic painting is and what techniques they use.
Masterpiece Society offers many different art courses and they cover pretty much everything:
– Classes for different age groups, young to old. Yes, even mothers!
-Seasonal art courses.
– Art school for older children, in which the various media (drawing, watercolor, acrylic, oil, pastel) are worked through to the smallest detail.
-Mix with the masters: learn about art history and famous artists as you recreate some of their famous works and use the techniques they use.
-LiterARTure: connecting literature and art.
It’s hard to explain HOW much is available, but it’s so much that despite being a studio member, we can’t get through in a year and more classes are often added.
I also think it’s great that despite the girls between the ages of 4 and 10, we found classes that they can all complete together at their own level, for example the abstracts course.
The little ones love to get involved in what the older ones do.
While I mainly thought of the two older ones, the younger ones also used the lessons a little. Honestly, my main priority at this stage is process art. I want them to know that there is no right or wrong way to be creative. But they obviously received this message clearly. When I watch them at class, they say to me: “She said you can do as you please, so mine will be different! I like it like this! “And similar things. Phew! I really appreciate that the message is reflected in the classes in which you follow your own ideas and make your art your own.
Here Miss 4 had discovered a flamingo class that was above their level, but was determined to do so. Flamingos are her favorite thing right now, so she did it no matter what, ha! I was quietly worried that she would get frustrated and discouraged, that she couldn’t do it, but I was wrong. She proudly told me how she looked at the picture to see what she was doing, but that she was making her own flamingo and it was a little different and that she had chosen a different color for the beak and everything else. I love it.
Some of Miss 8’s favorite classes come from the Mixing with the Masters course. She is interested in impressionist painting (since the thrush). Here she works on Monet’s “Impression, Sunrise”. She really likes the way she learns new techniques during class that she might not otherwise have learned. She takes these techniques and uses them in her own paintings.
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Miss 10s ‘Secret Garden’ painting from the LiterARTure course. So well coordinated! This course was published around the time we read The Secret Garden with our book club!
The range of courses and different media is really awesome and if you have kids who love to create then I would highly recommend it Masterpiece Society, The girls have always loved art and of course want to learn more as they grow and discover new media. I love watching them improve their skills and the walls of our house are filled with beautiful art! I think it’s great that they get expert lessons whenever creativity comes up, from the comfort of their own home.
I have the feeling that we have found something that not only suits them at every age they are in, but that they will not grow out in the years to come. As they develop their skills and progress, so many more classes are available. It feels like a one stop shop for art education. Alisha out Masterpiece Society has created something really cool here. And she is also a homeschool mother! Victory!
I hope if you were looking for something similar, this will help you!
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