During Surrealism Week at BMOA's Summer Art Camp, students collaborated with one another and created giant paintings on canvas (approx. 6ft x 3ft). Together they combined their most vivid dreams into one landscape while learning about scale and perspective. Students were inspired by the works of Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí.
ArtWorks students visited the Los Angeles County Museum of Art last weekend. From 16th century Raku tea bowls to large-scale photographs by Larry Sultan, these high school students were able to see works of art that are in our history books today.
Children learn how to create a Kandinsky inspired drawing using tape and colored pencil.
You can use simple shapes to create your very own castle!
Let's do some texture printing! Texture, in art, describes how the artwork would feel if you were to touch it.
Students worked on nature sculptures in an afternoon Winter Workshop session yesterday. After viewing examples by earth artist Andy Goldsworthy, students made their own sculptures using natural materials from our garden.
Be a photographer! Look at the photographs by Oscar Fernando Gomez Rodriguez, on display in the Photography in Mexico: From the Collection of SFMOMA exhibition.
ArtWorks is a program for high school juniors and seniors who have a strong interest in the visual arts. Part of the ArtWorks experience is a trip to LACMA with instructors to get an inside look at how artists show their work. Here are some photos from the 2014 trip!