Look out! Over there, in the water….there is a jellyfish! Yes, the beautiful, but annoying jellyfish is the object of our summer pastel series! Jellyfish are amazing creatures, floating in…
What is included in this course?
- A variety of seashore video art lessons
- Step-by-step instructions
- Techniques encourage both new artists and challenge more advanced ones
- Independent learning for older students
- Glossary of art techniques
- You ARE an Artist Facebook group – share photos of art work, ask questions and encourage each other!
Begin with any art lesson that appeals to you. Each of these tutorials is designed for students of all ages.
General Suggestions for Seashore Chalk Art
In addition to a starter set of chalk pastels, there are very few supplies we suggest you have on hand. For paper – regular copy or printer paper works very well. Construction paper is also wonderful for the layering and blending of colors. It is our favorite. Dampened paper towels or baby wipes make for easy clean up and help in cleaning off hands between colors.
For this course you may also want to have a seashore field guide on hand to refer to. It is nice to refer to a field guide to see the colors and to just learn more about each topic!
Have fun painting this colorful ocean crab! Supplies: brown construction paper (suggested), blue, dark blue, red, black, brown, green chalk pastel colors.
I think that this will be a very popular pastel! A clown fish is very easy to paint with your pastels. But you may have to use the corner of…
This is an easy-peasy, quick pastel for everyone! It will make you long for the beach and making sand castles! You will need the following: pink construction paper (suggested) and…
Do you have your bathing suit on yet? Well, it is time to go down to the beach and build a sand castle! And, instead of a sand bucket and…
This pastel is great fun. When I did this I think that I just about emptied out all the colors in my pastel box! Yes, this painting will take some…
The shells of the sea turtle are lighter than the shells of turtles that live on land. Because their feet are flippers, sea turtles can swim long, long distances. Green…
You can really paint wonderful sea creatures, because you ARE an artist! Supplies needed: blue construction paper (suggested), orange, red, blue, green, brown, tan chalk pastel colors.
A brand new challenge from Nana! Using just three chalk pastel colors. Pink, purple and aqua or light blue. Then blue for the water.