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Artist study is one of the more rewarding and relaxing parts of our homeschool. I admit that I like having an excuse to study art that I never made time for in years earlier. Of course, studying the art is the foundation of an artist study, but we like to add in biographies of the […]See more
Art is a large part of our homeschool curriculum, and I make every effort to integrate it into all academic areas. I have really enjoyed the Art in History book series which makes it so easy to get an overview of art in every major time period. (Here is an example at my blog […]See more
I was inspired by A is for Anteater blog to borrow the book Ish by Peter H. Reynolds from the library. It’s a new favorite! If you’ve not read this picture book, you really need to. I shared it with my mother and she laughed out-loud in delight. When I shared it with a good friend, she […]See more
Today’s freebie features a very fun Impressionist artist — George Seurat. His style is called Pointillism and is made with tiny dots of color. This is a fun style to try to reproduce on your own. Here are some free printable notebooking pages you can use for writing about Pointillism and Seurat. For […]See more