What You Need To Know
Once you choose your booking option and complete your booking, the company will call you within 1 business day to schedule your class based on your availability.
How Do We Teach Painting Online Effectively?
Since it’s a live one on one session, following a structured curriculum, students seamlessly create and communicate. Also, all our teachers are professional artists holding/pursuing an art degree from top Fine Art colleges. They are also trained to teach painting online, using the Ministry of Art’s flexible curriculum.
Introduction to Painting - Curriculum
SESSIONS 1-48 (Level I)
1) Linear Drawing & Colouring
Learn visual elements such as line, color, shape, and space
Techniques of pencil shading and coloring
Drawing landscapes and animals
2) Art of Mixing Colors
Names of colors, colour values, and mixing paint
Basic perspective drawing
Imaginative painting inspired by festivals
Imitate two grandmaster paintings
3) Going Back in Time
Art styles, art history, and art appreciation from other cultures as students refer to the historical art timeline.
Styles and topics include ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, Ancient cultures, and folk art.
4) Individual Expression
Using imagination as a resource and expressing through multiple mediums
Create self-portraits taking creative liberty
Conveying different emotions through art
SESSIONS 49-96 (Level II)
5) Figure Drawing
Learn simple human anatomy focused on their gestures/poses
Paint favorite cartoon characters
6) Paint Your Environment
Focus on the sensory experience of students' relation & understanding of nature & their environment, pulling from personal life experiences with visual representation through art.
7) Art and Architecture
Expose students to different styles of architecture.
Compose different types of buildings and cityscapes.
8) Indian Folk & Tribal Art
Introduced to different folk & tribal arts in India - Warli, Madhubani, Kalamkari & Indian Leather Puppets
Learn the style and pattern of different art forms while learning their history
SESSIONS 97-144 (Level III)
Students are introduced to the bright and vibrant Fauvist style of painting.
Works of significant artists in this movement will be introduced and imitated
Introduced to expressionist artists where colors and shapes are not used in a way people see them, but as the artist feels them.
11) Abstract Art
Introduced to abstract art, where students are encouraged to let the brush flow wherever it leads them.
Works of significant artists of this movement will be observed to inspire artworks.
12) Pop Art
Art in popular culture (such as television, film, and technology) will be exposed to the students
Significant artists work in the genre will be introduced and imitated
1st – 2nd Grade
Drawing Pencil, Oil Pastel, Colour Pencil, and Poster Colour
3rd – 6th Grade
Drawing Pencil, Colour Pencil, and Poster Colours
7th Grade +
Drawing Pencil, Colour Pencil, Poster Colour + Acrylic or Oil Paint
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