-Vincent van Gogh
Shoes, 1888, Oil on Canvas, Vincent van Gogh
Shoe Rows, 1975, Aquatint, Etching, Wayne Thiebaud
Boots, 2023, Acrylic on Panel, Angela Burson
Term Four 9 October - 9 December
What do you think of when you hear the word 'shoes'? School? Soccor? Bare feet? Shoes throughout the centuries have evolved from just a necessity to becoming a work of art and a luxury item for some. What else does it do besides covering our feet and providing warmth? How do artists throughout the years view this often can be a bit smelly object?
In this course, you will learn about the history of shoes, how to use acrylic paints, gain an understanding of product designs, and even design your own pair of shoes! Why not?
You'll also learn how to draw symmetrical objects and use colours in your design that can reflect fun, calmness or even craziness!
Each session is 50 minutes long and designed for 7 to 10 years old. Parents' company is not recommended for artists at this level. All course content is included for students enrolled in this course.