Flash Art Camp — IF. THEN. Class 5—Too much Food.
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Flash Art Camp — IF. THEN. Class 5—Too much Food.
Flash Art Camp — IF. THEN. the end of Class 4—Too much Food.
Flash Art Camp — IF. THEN. Class 4—Too much hay.
My connection is not good today. I'll record the rest of the class and post later:(
Oh my. You've got to love this challenge from the Getty Museum. Coshocton. Are you up for it?
Susan Metz Guthrie, Donovan Charles Rice, Laura Kenney, and what about all your students Jill Collins, Mary Yaw McMullen, Kris Shibley Hardesty?
Choose your favorite artwork
Find things lying around your house and
Use them to recreate the artwork.
Don't forget to share with us! #artfixatsix
Even though most of us are stuck at home and can't go out and enjoy art in museums, that doesn't mean that life is boring or uncultured. The Getty Museum in Los Angeles challenged art fans to post photos of themselves recreating their favorite works of art from the safety of their homes. People resp...
Flash Art Camp — IF. THEN. Class 3—How to show movement in art. How to show movement in art.
Here's our problem, "The sailor sailed 27 miles on Monday, 34 miles on Tuesday, and 36 miles on Wednesday. Exactly how many miles did the sailor sail?"
Flash Art Camp: Week III - IF. THEN. Class 3. How to show movement in art. Here's our problem, "The sailor sailed 27 miles on Monday, 34 miles on Tuesday, and 36 miles on Wednesday. Exactly how many miles did the sailor sail?" Love this painting by Winslow Homer called Breezing Up ( A Fair Wind). #TuneInAt2
This painting is part of the collection at the National Gallery of Art. They have a page called LOOK TOGETHER that offers a chance for families to look at and talk about something new. Don't we need a little of that? https://www.nga.gov/education/families/look-together.html
Flash Art Camp — IF. THEN. Class 2— Carol needs to buy 16 apples for apple bobbing. If each bag contains 4 apples, how many bags will she need to buy?
Shhhh- elementary students! I just watched 3rd Grade teacher Mrs. Andrews' video for the day. She was sad and missing her students. It gave me an idea...I think all your teachers are missing all of you.
Join me at 2pm for Flash Art Camp live
Hint if you want to guess at what kind of art we'll be making - yesterday's 3rd grade #2 word problem from Mrs. Andrews was "Carol needs to buy 16 apples for apple bobbing. If each bag contains 4 apples, how many bags will she need to buy?"
Flash Art Camp this week is all about word problems — we're calling it "IF. THEN." I'll be going live at 2pm to create illustrations with you about Bob who drank 4 liters of water a day for 9 days. Have some paper and a pencil, or markers, or pen handy and if you can, something to measure with...could be a 2 liter pop bottle or a gallon milk jug or a measuring cup. #TuneInAt2 Sincerely, Ms. Anne Cornell
Getting ready for today's Flash Art Camp, LEGENDS — class 4. Please join me, Anne Cornell, on the Pomerene Center for the Arts page at 2pm.
We'll read how the hero arrives in the legend Beowulf and imagine how our heroes will travel to conquer the monster.
These gesture drawings were done by 5th Graders at Keene before the pivot to schooling from home. We looked at them yesterday as we prepared to do gesture drawings for our Legends heroes.
For your entertainment. Thanks B. Teti for sharing. #artfixatsix
Since Broadway is closed down due to COVID-19, I'd figure I'd bring a little Broadway to you....about COVID-19, of course! . . . Thank you for watching! Be s...
Hard times ain't gonna rule my mind.
Today on #LivefromHome: Chris Thile plays Gillian Welch's "Hard Times" and challenges Cecile McLorin Salvant Music and Sullivan Fortner, The Indigo Girls, and Mandolin Orange to join us #livefromhome next!
The Live from Home stage is a digital space where we can keep making and experiencing music and art, even while we can't be physically together. Many performers' gigs have been cancelled and postponed, making their incomes unstable. We encourage you to support the artists you love by buying their music and merch, and through other means of direct support. You can support Live from Here by donating at livefromhere.org/donate-lfhome
Keep making and sharing your music with us! Use #livefromhome and tag @livefromhereapm so we can share.
#artfixatsix Thinking slow. Working slowly. In response to our current world of everybody at home on slow time we're sharing this video.
There's a shot of the Gobelins (see below) from the courtyard that brings to mind the old glove factory on 5th street on the west side of the tracks between Elm and Vine in Coshocton. Have you ever driven past?
Explore the process of tapestry weaving at the Gobelins Manufactory in Paris, where historical techniques dating to the time of Louis XIV are used to make contemporary works of art.
Learn how tapestries were made in the time of Louis XIV and are still made today. Explore the process of tapestry weaving at the Gobelins Manufactory in Pari...
Flash Art Camp — Legends. Class 2. The monster! #TuneInAt2
#TuneInAt2 Flash Art Camp What you need for Legends Class 2. What! We're making monsters today?...Yep.
* Colors of some sort would be great — crayons, colored pencils, markers (I don't have any) — a plain old pencil will do.
* Some sort of paper. I think I'll be using my sheet of newspaper from yesterday to create my monster. )
* Tape or glue
* Your magical garden tapestry background from yesterday if you made one. You can always catch up later.
My daughter just sent me a picture of her oldest daughter catching up. She says it took her a couple of tries to get the woven texture. (See Flash Art Camp week II - Legends. Class 1. Creating a magical garden
https://www.facebook.com/pomerenearts/videos/609351276461938/ ) My youngest granddaughter has jumped ahead and is drawing her monster bunny.
See you in a few minutes. Ms. Anne Cornell
We're starting a new Flash Art Camp class series LEGENDS. #TuneInAt2
It was raining.
Using a neutral paint base we'll seal the paper birds for installation outside.
#TuneInAt2 Flash Art Camp Class 4. "Don't these birds need legs?" It's not raining here so we're planning on taking walk in search of good bird legs. Check out this bird anatomy puzzle so you know what we'll be looking for. https://academy.allaboutbirds.org/features/birdanatomy/
How much do you know about bird anatomy? Test yourself with an interactive reference guide to all the important anatomical systems in a bird.
These photos of birds made as part of Flash Art Camp Class 1, sculpting in foil were shared today. Love. Hope we'll see more shared images! Join us tomorrow for class 4 —"Don't these birds need legs?" #TuneInAt2
You don't always need paint to paint. Flash Art Camp Class 3 — painting our birds. #TuneInAt2
#TuneInAt2 Getting ready for today's Flash Art Camp. Class 3. All about painting our paper mache birds — sort of. It's shaping up to be more a painting experiment with multiple mediums. i.e. you don't have to use paint! Case in point, this beautiful painted thread bowl by local artist Carolyn J. Mann.
Carolyn says "Thread painting is a term commonly used for stitching that is pictorial or evokes a feeling much like painting with paint does."
Once we make a paper mache shell covering our foil (or paper birds), they'll be sturdy and ready to paint. Flash Art Camp Class 2—covering our foil birds with paper mache. #TuneInAt2
#TuneInAt2 What you'll need for Flash Art Camp class 2:
container for microwave or pan for stovetop
old paper (newspaper, writing or printing/copy paper)
sculpted bird from class 1
Need to catch up? You can catch class 1 here https://www.facebook.com/pomerenearts/videos/922243314870311/
Putting together a series of live video classes for kids in response to our new found restrictions and school cancelings (see Flash Art Camp) sent us on a search of birds in contemporary art. Jackpot! exhibit at the Renwick Gallery (a Smithsonian Museum) in 2014-15 called The Singing and the Silence: Birds in Contemporary Art. This exhibit examined "mankind’s relationship to birds and the natural world through the eyes of twelve major contemporary American artists." Today's #artfixatsix artwork is a piece called Biodiversity Reclamation Suit: Passenger Pigeon by Laurel Roth Hope - Artist Page" uses traditional techniques of carving, embroidery, crochet, and collage to transform ordinary materials into elaborate animal sculptures that are both playful and poignant. Her work is influenced by her background as a park ranger and focuses on the relationship between humankind and nature, touching on topics such as environmental protection, animal behavior, and species extinction." https://americanart.si.edu/exhibitions/birds/online/laurel-roth-hope
Today's Flash Art Camp — sculpting with foil.
Things you'll need: foil (if you don't have foil you can use paper and tape). We'll be making birds. Tomorrow will cover them with paper mache. Then we'll paint and seal and let them 'gather' (if you drop them off at the Pomerene Center) for a public art piece in the artPARK. Lucky birds! #TuneInAt2
These magical photos present a whole new image of what the real hidden life of trees might be. Come read with us at the Pom. We'll start this Wednesday reading out loud together. You don't even need to have the book to join us.
Hidden Life of Trees - Winter Read
L'esprit des arbres 🌳🌲💕💚
Johnny Dotson and Pete Skjold with a sound tip melt all the noise.
Hot news. Pete Skjold is joining Johnny Dotson for tomorrow night's rent party at the Pom. 7:30pm. Great to have Johnny Dotson back in town for the evening. Johnny Dotson back in Coshocton for March Rent Party
Our good friend Johnny Dotson will be back in Coshocton Friday night to play the Pom's March Rent Party. 7:30pm. Listen to his music here: https://music.amazon.com/artists/B00CXYMLBM?ref=dm_sh_b7d8-d6cb-dmcp-9edd-e6837&musicTerritory=US&marketplaceId=ATVPDKIKX0DER
#artfixatsix “Shade Wall Fabric” prototypes made by the CHS ART CONNECTS Team from processed, recycled Buehler's plastic bags + thoughts about the art of fashion (prom season approaches) = web search for dresses made from trash. We turned up this incredible “Qing Dynasty Fragment Dress” by Li Xiaofeng (which is actually wearable).
Check out the Blue and White: Fashion blog post from VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM in London where we found the Fragment Dress + Dr Martens Willow Pattern Collection, 2015 . Ooooooo. https://www.vam.ac.uk/blog/blue-and-white/blue-and-white-fashion
“Shade Wall Fabric” is on display at the Pom through March.
#artfixatsix "You don’t have to head to a museum to see an impressive work of art. Just go outside and look at the trees." - Bret Watson
Hidden Life of Trees - Winter Read
ART CONNECTS Detritus opening from 3-6pm this afternoon. Stop in a give your opinion about what CHS students are developing for the artPARK 2020 public sculpture.
Don't let this happen to you on your special prom night! Contact us now to arrange a special evening full of memories (in a guaranteed rain-free space)! #prom2020
#artfixatsix Continuing with artist/musicians with Coshocton roots. Amanda McCoy is a bassist in Nashville who performs regularly with Jenny Tolman, Jake Clayton, Candi Carpenter, Lexie Hayden, Charly Reynolds, Jeff Clayborn, Robbie Calvo, and Pandel Collaros among others. Her latest single, “My Gold,” is now available worldwide. It's wellworth the listen. https://www.amandamccoy.com/bio
“My Gold" is the first single from Amanda McCoy’s upcoming album, Queen of Sound . Download includes a high quality WAV file, an MP3 version, and the official album artwork! “My Gold” is also available on the following digital platforms: Apple Music Amazon Music Google Music
#artfixatsix Speaking of artists who are also musicians (if you happened to catch yesterday's artfixatsix about Joshua Cody Williams)...check out this new music by artist Megan Lightell. After graduating from School of Visual Arts Megan set up a studio at the Pom for a year and a half. We're fans!
Click to listen at CDBaby
Rolling out photos of Saturday's Extravaganza. All about chocolate! This post highlighting the people that make it happen.
The set up team — Christopher Alan Graves and Jill Baumgardner with Muskingum Valley Council Venturing Coshocton Venturers (who also return the Coshocton County Career Center dining room to order at the end of the event.)
Mickie Galajda organizing the beautiful raffle table.
A peek at the kitchen team led by Shelia McConnell.
A peek at our volunteers who serve Extravaganza guests.
And a view of the guests themselves without whom there'd be no event!
#artfixatsix Shout out to community artist Joshua Cody Williams who is working on his figure drawing.
... not to mention he just released his first song after 10 years - A LOVE ALIVE. https://youtu.be/mqlX_DTJ0J0
...and was just featured in Ace of Trades Feature in the Coshocton Tribune. https://www.coshoctontribune.com/story/news/local/2020/02/17/aces-trades-josh-williams-always-had-love-art/4529135002/?fbclid=IwAR1Iz68FnpYZ2jgy77jARVOSY9fX32NiQ3vXQPUaYYQBYkDZzCOiehuWJPM
Not gonna lie...I’m hating my drawings less and less every time now...I mean, I still hate them, just not as much.
#justkidding #crosshatching #figuredrawing #wip #valentinesday #comicbook #penciller #penandink #femmefatale #assassin #model #lifedrawing #gesture #pose #art #illustration #illustrator #pencil #drawing #sketchbook #practice
Chocolate rolling in. Thanks Haley Armstrong. Yum. You can still get your tickets at the door. @chocolate extravaganza.
Were you lucky enough to receive one of these yesterday? If so, contact us now to start planning your dream wedding! #deansjewelry #coshoctonchamber
Today, #artfixatsix is about chocolate "fixes" ...making sure you have your Chocolate Extravaganza tickets for Saturday. TICKETS IN ADVANCE $10 @
Mercantile on Main
Ridgewood General Store
or online @ http://www.pomerenearts.org/gatherings/chocolate-extravaganza/28th-annual-chocolate-extravaganza-2020.html
photo credit Amber + Elle Photography
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