Welcome to Online Intro to Art 1 & 2
Below you will find information regarding your online course.
Introduction to Art 1 & 2 will introduce you to numerous types of artmaking and also how to speak the language of art. Please watch the following course video to give you a better understanding of what the course is about.
Intro to Art 1- Major Project List
Wow Me Drawing - Any Drawing Medium
Variety Line Drawing- Pen
Descriptive Line Drawing- Pen
Implied Line Drawing- Pencil
Value Still Life- Pencil
Final Value Drawing- Pencil
Abstract Color Drawing- Colored Pencil
Paper Collage- Mixed Media
Landscape- Mixed Media
Architecture Drawing- Any Drawing Medium or Mixed Media
Final Studio Project- Any Media
Download the Printable Fall Calendar Here Fall Calendar
Intro to Art 2- Major Project List
Wow Me Drawing- Any Medium
Proportion Drawing- Pencil
Texture Animal Drawing - Colored Pencil
Colored Pencil Drawing- Colored Pencil/Mixed Media
Acrylic Painting 1- Acrylic Paint
Acrylic Painting 2- Acrylic Paint/Mixed Media
History Illustration - Any Medium
Concept Art/ Logo Design- Any Medium
Sculpture - Media of choice/Found Objects
Sketch Book - Drawing Medium
Photography- Portraits and Composition
Final Drawing - Any Medium
Download the Printable Fall Calendar Here Intro 2 Calendar
WELCOME TO PAINTING WITH MR. LOHMEIER
Please click on the Course Introduction Video to get a glimpse into the course.
Students will build upon what they learned in Introduction to Art and apply it to painting. Students will learn about color, color theory, and begin exploring painting with an emphasis on Abstract and Realism.
Painting 1 and Painting 2 Supply List
Students are recommended to purchase Acrylic Paints. If the studen is all ready using Oil paints safely and currently has them, that is great and they may use them, but Acrylic Paint are safer and easier to learn with so they are recommended.
Cadmium Yellow, Cadmium Red, Ailzarin Crimson, Ultra Marine Blue, Burnt Siena, Ivory Black and Titanium White
Additional Optional Colors
Cadmium Orange, Lemon Yellow, Cobalt Blue, Viridian Green, and a purple
I recommend the canvas boards. They don't get damaged as easly as the stretched canvas on stretcher bars, but either will work.
Four 8x10 Canvs Panels or Stretched Canvas
Small plastic cup used for water to thin and clean acrylics
A plastic pallette with a smooth area for mixing paints.
A variety of flat and round brushes in different sizes. Mr. Lohmeier's favorite sizes are
Size 2/0 0, 2, 4 and 6
Always nice to have a wet rag in case of spills or wiping away wet acrylic. Acryic can be wiped up right away and avoid a big mess. Once dry, it does not like to come off.