Art lessons for children with illustrator Signe Ērmane
The well-known illustrator of children's books, Signe Ērmane, invites parents to sign up their children for creative art classes! In a long cycle of 20 lessons, the artist will introduce children to various materials and handicraft techniques, help develop imagination, creativity and the desire to experiment. In each workshop, one work will be created on a specific topic, which can be taken home if desired.
14.10. POTATO STAMPS - works in stamp technique using ornaments
21.10. ENVELOPE WITH A SURPRISE - making greetings
28.10. ILLUSTRATING POEMS - illustrating a favorite poem
04.11. AUTUMN LEAVES – study and reproduction of various leaf patterns
11.11. FABRIC PATTERNS – creating fabric copies or your own fabric designs
18.11. LATVIAN PAPERS – research and drawing of ornaments of Latvian folk costumes
25.11. FIGURES FROM PAPER ROLLS - paper rolls, application paper, glue pencils
02.12. SURPRISE IN A BOX – small boxes, thick paper, application paper, scissors, glue, markers
09.12. GREETING CARDS – stamp technique and writing greetings
16.12. CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS - making tree decorations
23.12. PAPER FIGURES FOR CHRISTMAS - decorations with ribbons for the tree or gifts
30.12. THE LION KING OF BEASTS – drawing, cutting, gluing lions
06.01. BUILDING FROM BASIC SHAPES - using only geometric shapes, drawings will be created
13.01. MY PAPER PLANT – making indoor plants from paper
20.01. BOOKMARKS - rhythms. What can you do with one strip?
27.01. PORTRAITS – using your finger as a stamp
03.02. 4 TEXTURES – the same animal in 4 different graphic techniques
10.02. GAME "SAUSAGES" - making game dice from stones found on the seashore
17.02. HOUSES - we tear, cut, combine, glue different papers to create different houses: big, small, colorful, straight, crooked, etc.
24.02. FISH DAY - who lives in water?
To apply for all or individual workshops, please fill out the form - https://ej.uz/367v.
Participation in one workshop: 5 EUR (materials included)
Workshops will be held every Saturday at 11.00-12.30 in the gallery.