2017 Richland Elementary Visual Art Class

WELCOME TO

MR. TAYLOR'S VISUAL ARTS CLASS

“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” Scott Adams

Things to remember:

1. Try to do it on your own first before you ask for help.

2. Mistakes are acceptable, giving up is not

3. Always come equipped with a pencil, eraser, and a positive attitude.

4. Crying? There's no crying in art! Seriously, please don't cry in art class. Simply ask for help. 

5. I am here to help you grow as an artist. I am not here to draw your entire picture for you. Remember, art is free. There is no right or wrong. Just be free and creative. 

REST OF MY LIFE - SOJA
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What to expect:

You can expect to learn about past and present artists. You can also expect to work on and hopefully complete many fun and exciting art projects. 

GOLDEN RULES:

Do not shout out. Always raise your hand.

Also, stay seated and focused on your art work.

HAVE FUN AND ENJOY CREATING.

Title: Self-Portrait in the style of Modigliani

Media: Acrylic on a wooden board

 

ABOUT ME

CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR

My first year at Richland as a full-time art teacher was filled with fun and learning opportunities. I absolutely enjoyed working with the students and I am looking forward to an even better 2nd year.

In my spare time, I enjoy weightlifting, walking and running sprints on the riverfront, creating art, writing poetry, cooking, and of course cheering for the Oakland Raiders. g 1

GO 
RAIIIIIIIDDDDDEEERRRRSSSSS!!

Title: The Scream

Artist: Edvard Munch

Year: 1893

Media: Oil, tempera, 

pastel and crayon on 

cardboard

Era: Expressionism

“To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it.” Kurt Vonnegut

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