CC Cycle 2 Art Lessons

Are you ready for Cycle 2 Art?

These art lessons are great for Classical Conversations, Cycle 2 (5th Ed. Foundations Guide).

(References to Classical Conversations do not constitute or imply endorsement by the company.)


New Science Meets Art Drawing Lessons

We’ve added a new set of 1st quarter drawing projects connecting science and art:

  1. The Basic Lines and Shapes of Trees
  2. Drawing Leaves Using Symmetry
  3. Audubon’s Scientific Illustrations and Upside Down Drawing
  4. Creating Rhythm in Abstract Art with Fibonacci
  5. Atmospheric Perspective and the Science of Light
  6. Identifying Trees with Texture

A package with these lesson plans, plus the combined supply list and shopping list is also available!

Science Meets Art Drawing Package


PLEASE NOTE- We have two big changes going on!

      1. You can now create your own art packages! Just put $30 or more of qualifying products in your cart and use the coupon code 30OFF for a 30% off discount! (Larger packages already have this discount applied, so the coupon code won’t work on them.)
    1. We’re rolling out new multi-user permissions with variable pricing depending on the number of users. Read some FAQs about permissions here.

Studying Great Artists: Baroque Through Impressionist 

I’m so excited to begin the 3rd quarter of cycle 2 fine arts! This is when we get to study artists from the Baroque, Neoclassical, Romantic, Realistic, and Impressionist Periods. In my opinion, these are the best time periods! (Confused about Art History? Get help here!)

I’ll be updating my existing lesson plans and adding some more by June 1, 2019!

Be on the lookout for podcast episodes about each of these artists starting late 2019!

Here’s our older blog post series about the amazing artists we study in cycle 2 of Classical Conversations:

  1. Saving Christmas with Amazing Artist Lesson Plans
  2. Drawing Facial Expressions Like Rembrandt
  3. Drawing Botanicals like Linnaeus
  4. Painting Landscapes Like Gainsborough
  5. Plein-Air Painting like Monet
  6. Capturing Action Like Degas
  7. Glob it on like Morisot

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