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Best Julie Abels Of Ridge Light Ranch Artist podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Help for the Homeschool Art Teacher! Whether you accepted the title reluctantly or you're excited to take it on, being an art teacher can feel overwhelming. What should you teach and how should you teach it? Where will you find the supplies and the time to plan it all? Don't worry, you're in the right place. Welcome to the “Anyone Can Teach Art” podcast from Ridge Light Ranch. I am confident that, no matter what your background is, YOU can teach art! I’m Julie Abels, an artist and art curric ...
 
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The birth and incarnation of Christ are often featured in great works of art- but what is the significance of the incarnation for Christians? In this Season 3 Finale and Special Christmas Episode, Julie and Deanna study John 1:1-18 and discuss how to understand this beautiful but sometimes confusing passage and what it says about the Incarnation, o…
 
Whether you're buying yourself art supplies, picking out supplies for your classroom, or purchasing a gift for a fellow artist, here are some tips on how to pick which art supplies to purchase.By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
Deanna and I are chatting about our favorite art projects that make nice handmade gifts. We hope you'll try one or more of these! Full Show Notes with all the links: https://ridgelightranch.com/art-project-gifts/By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
Vincent van Gogh is one of the best-known artists of all time. He's known for his unique style and strangely beautiful works and art, but also for his short, tragic life. Today we're talking about van Gogh and what we love about his art. -- Show Notes with links and photos: https://ridgelightranch.com/why-study-vincent-van-gogh-podcast-62/ — Visit …
 
Images and Full Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/why-study-berthe-morisot-podcast-61/ — Visit RidgeLightRanch.com for Easy, No-Prep Art Lesson Plans. — Join our Facebook Group called Anyone Can Teach Art: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AnyoneCanTeachArt/ — Find out more about Julie’s Book: Anyone Can Teach Art; How to Confidently Teach Art …
 
Monet is probably the most famous Impressionist and he's known for his beautiful depictions nature, particularly waterlilies. Full Show Notes with photos: https://ridgelightranch.com/why-study-monet-podcast-60/By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
This unusual Impressionist didn't enjoy plein-air painting (painting outside) or the airy natural light. Instead, he sketched and then returned to his studio to paint. He's most famous for his paintings of ballet dancers, but he also painted everyday people in the city and action scenes from polo games! In fact, he was incredibly skilled at paintin…
 
Thomas Gainsborough ( 1727-1788) was a life-long painter who loved creating magnificent landscapes but found they didn't sell well. Instead, he paid the bills with portraits until he started combining the two into unique portraits with idealistic landscapes in the background. This made him England's most famous portrait painter and the King and Que…
 
Join us as we chat about who Rembrandt was, what his life looked like, and how his the culture around him influenced his life.By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
We love telling out all about our own personal renaissance activities each episode (the things we're learning and creating)- But how can we foster this mindset of a lifelong love of learning in ourselves and in our children? We've thought up a few keys and wanted to share them with you! Full Show Notes:…
 
We love telling out all about our own personal renaissance activities each episode (the things we're learning and creating)- But how can we foster this mindset of a lifelong love of learning in ourselves and in our children? We've thought up a few keys and wanted to share them with you! Full Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/personal-renaissa…
 
Texture is one of the 7 Elements of Art and learning how to create it can really increase the sophistication level of your artwork! Join us as we discuss how to create texture and how this integrates with the science of tree identification! Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/drawing-texture-and-tree-bark/…
 
Aerial perspective (or atmospheric perspective) is one of the methods of adding depth to your drawing. Join us as we discuss the science of this and how to use it in art! Full Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/aerial-perspective-science-light-podcast-53/By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
Who was Fibonacci? Why should we learn about him? How does his number sequence relate to art? Join us as we talk about this man, his famous number sequence, and how to use it in art. Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/fibonacci-abstract-art-podcast-52/By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
Show Notes:By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
This week I'm talking about balance, symmetry and how they're related to leaves! Deanna's unavailable, so it's a solo episode this week! Full show notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/balance-symmetry-leaves-podcast-50/By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
This is the 1st of a new 6-part series on integrating art with science! Show notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/the-basic-shapes-of-trees-podcast-49/By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
Now that the school year is about over and we're starting to think about summer, consider hosting painting parties for adults (and kids) this summer to earn some extra income! Emily Magone has done this for years and now she's sharing all her secrets with you in her new package: "Start Your Own In-Home Painting Party Business." Episode 48 full show…
 
As summer is approaching and you're planning your vacations, we hope you'll include a visit to a few art museums! Join us today as we discuss the benefits of visiting museums with your kids and how to prepare for a really fun trip to the museum! Full Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/successful-museum-visit/…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of the Anyone Can Teach Art podcast!! This week we're talking about classroom management. We're focusing on the art classroom but, of course, most of this applies to any classroom with children or even adults. Classroom management can be a real challenge for all for us, but there are key principles we can turn to, to help us be …
 
This 'best-of' episode is a sample of about 10 minutes of each of our six episodes about Renaissance Artists (Episodes #36-41). -For full show notes visit: https://ridgelightranch.com/bestof-renaissance-artists-podcast-45 -Please note: Starting in April, new episodes will be released every other Thursday (not Mondays like season 1 and 2). -For info…
 
This episode is the Best of our 6 part series on Ancient Art (episodes 28-33). -For full show notes visit: https://ridgelightranch.com/bestof-ancient-art-podcast-44/ -Please note: Starting in April, new episodes will be released every other Thursday (not Mondays like season 1 and 2). -For info about our local summer art classes visit: https://ridge…
 
Episodes #23-27 were about how to use the Classical Model to teach art. We're summarizing them for you in this 'best-of' episode as a great refresher or an excellent introduction to the Classical Model of Education and how to use it to teach art.By Julie Abels of Ridge Light Ranch | Art Curriculum Creator and Classical Homeschooler
 
If we're always determined to create a masterpiece with every sketch, we miss out on some of the best ways to improve our drawing skills. The best way to get better at anything is through deliberate, regular practice of a smaller skill set. In art, we use drawing drills to improve our skills. Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/drawing-drills-p…
 
It's time for the El Greco episode. Just like how Giotto came before the Renaissance and helped to get it started, El Greco came at the end of the Renaissance and shows us the transition away from the Renaissance style of art. It's the last of our 6-part series on Artists of the Renaissance. Show notes and pictures: https://ridgelightranch.com/why-…
 
Michelangelo was an amazingly talented painter, architect, and poet, but his favorite art form was sculpting. He was probably the most talented sculptor who ever lived, perhaps even the most talented artist who ever lived. His art was dramatic, detailed, and always perfect. The people he sculpted were usually twisting or displayed in striking (or m…
 
You can find the full show notes here: https://ridgelightranch.com/albrecht-durer-podcast-39/ Albrecht Durer was known as the “Leonardo da Vinci of Germany,” but he was a Renaissance trendsetter in the whole European art world. His impact reached far beyond Germany, partially because he traveled to other countries, but more because his Woodblock cu…
 
We can see the Gothic-to-Renaissance progression over the years in Fra Angelico's works of art and have rich conversations about the underlying philosophies and worldviews that influenced art at this time. Fra Angelico's artwork also shows some examples of foreshortening, a key drawing skill! Click through to the show notes for all the links and a …
 
Lorenzo Ghiberti was a famous early Renaissance artist, best known for his three dimensional bronzed reliefs on the doors of the Florentine Baptistry. By learning about his work, we get to learn about relief art and it's somewhat three-dimensional nature. We can also gain an understanding of the role of the church and religion in Renaissance art an…
 
Studying Giotto is a great way to usher in your study of the Renaissance period because he's the Father of the Renaissance in Florentine art. We chat about Giotto's life, the hallmarks of Renaissance art and some art project ideas for your study of Giotto. Here's the full show notes where you can also leave us some comments: https://ridgelightranch…
 
In this 2nd half of our discussion on the 7 Methods of Perspective, we're talking about: Shadows, Angle of Lines, Degree of Detail, and Color! These skills are a little less intuitive so they're especially fun to learn and then see in everyday life! Show notes are at: https://ridgelightranch.com/drawing-depth-more-podcast-35/…
 
This is the first half of our discussion of the 7 Methods of Perspective. In these two episodes, we chat about all the ways to add depth to your drawings. In this episode we discuss: Overlap, Size, and Horizontal Placement. In episode 35 we'll cover the other 4 Methods of Perspective. Show Notes: https://ridgelightranch.com/drawing-depth-podcast-34…
 
We're going back to the Book of Kells and other illuminated manuscripts (as promised in episode 31 about Ancient Celtic Abstract Art)! In this episode we answer the questions: When and where were Illuminated manuscripts created? What were they? What can we learn from looking at several examples of Illuminated manuscripts? How do illustrations stack…
 
Its time for our conversation about Greek and Roman architecture! Join us as we answer the questions: What other cultures influenced Greek and Roman architecture? How has Greek and Roman architecture influenced present day architecture? What is perspective and how do I teach it? Is Architecture really art? What other professions / industries includ…
 
Celtic Art has such a unique look to it that most people can easily identify at Celtic, whether it's from the earlier pre-Christian eras or the later Celtic-Christian times. In this style we see a lot of patterns and drawings that look like knots and ropes. As far as abstract art goes, it's a very meticulous, mathematical style- very different than…
 
In this episode we're chatting about Greek art, but specifically art from the Archaic period (about 800-500 BC). It's an interesting period that leads to the Golden Age of Greece and the Roman empire. It and forms a link between Ancient Egyptian art and Classical Roman art. We chat about this connection when it comes to Greek sculptures and pottery…
 
What makes Egyptian art so instantly recognizable? Why did the Egyptians draw and paint in this way? What kind and contributions did the Egyptian culture make to architecture? Today we chat about all these topics as we prepare for a fun art project: Drawing King Tut's Mask Using Symmetry. Here's the full Blog Post: https://ridgelightranch.com/egypt…
 
Prehistoric art, like Cave paintings and rock art, are windows into cultures before written history. In addition to the obvious historical integrations, there are so many great Prehistoric Art science integrations like the study of caves, geology, and paint materials. Join us today as we explore Prehistoric art and the many different ways to teach …
 
Today we’re completing our 5-part series on the Classical Model of Education and how to use it to teach art with a special double episode about art in both the Dialectic and Rhetoric stages of learning. Show Notes: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-27-dialectic-rhetoric-art/ Art and the Classical Model Here’s links to the other 4 parts of this ser…
 
Today we're talking about the other five components of the grammar (basics) of art: Techniques / Media, Skills, Purposes of Art, Art History, and Art Appreciation. You can Find the Show Notes here: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-26-art-grammar/ Things We Mention Episode 23: Art and the Classical Model of Education Episode 24: The 7 Elements of …
 
Continuing our series on How to Teach Art using the Classical Model of Education, we’re moving on in the grammar of art, discussing the Principles of Design! The Principles of Design are the way the Elements of Art are used in a work of art. The Principles of Design help us to figure out why our art doesn't look like we wanted it to look and helps …
 
We're continuing our series on the Classical Model of Education and how to use it to teach art. This is our first episode on the Grammar of art, where we're discussing the 7 Elements of Art. Here's the Full Highlights/Outline: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-24-the-7-elements-art/ Links to Stuff we Mention Episode #23 Art and the Classical Model…
 
What is the Classical Model of Education and how does it apply to art? What's a model of education to begin with? In this podcast episode, Deanna and Julie discuss three hallmarks of a Classical education: Valuing methods over content, the Trivium, and Subject Integration. Here's a few things we mention: RidgeLightRanch's 2018 art lesson plans Doro…
 
There are so many reasons why art is part of education. Deanna and Julie chat about its effect on other school subjects and its inherent value in fostering creativity, visual learning, noticing details, motor skills, confidence, comfort with ambiguity, learning from mistakes, perseverance, and communication with others. Here's a few things we menti…
 
One of the most common struggles we all seem to have in teaching art, is making time for art. Join Deanna and Julie and they discuss HOW to make time for both Art Appreciation AND Art Creation for both your children and yourself! Here's the full Highlights: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-21-making-time-for-art/…
 
Deanna & Julie discuss Jim Davis, the creator of Garfield. Who is he? What is his art like? Why should we study him? Join us as we chat about the genre of comics, cartoons, and graphic novels and discover some great reasons to study Jim Davis and his memorable cat. Here's the Highlights: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-20-jim-davis/ ?…
 
Get the Full Highlights Here: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-19-roy-lichtenstein/ Lichtenstein’s Paintings we discuss: The best place to see Roy Lichtenstein's work is at his own website. The art work images are in the "image duplicator" portion of his website. Series of brushstroke paintings and sculptures Girl with Tear I Haystack series (sim…
 
Join us as we chat about Wyeth's subdued pallet and discover what it means to train your eyes to see color. Here's the full highlights: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-18-andrew-wyeth/ Works We Mention by Andrew Wyeth The best place to see Andrew Wyeth's art is at his own website: Andrewwyeth.com. Christina’s World (1948) Master Bedroom (1965) S…
 
Here's the Full Highlights: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-17-georgia-okeeffe/ We Chat about: Who was she? What were her paintings like? Why study her? Did you miss something? Here are some of the things we mention: School of Art Institute of Chicago Espionage Act of 1917 Arthur Wesley Dow (greatly influenced O'Keeffe's early work) Alfred Stieg…
 
The 2nd artist we’ll study in our spring semester is Norman Rockwell. Who was he? What was his art like and why should we study him? Get the full highlight's here: http://ridgelightranch.com/podcast-16-why-norman-rockwell/ Things we mention: Van Gogh Grandma Moses Cook’s Illustrated magazine Watercolor Pencils Harder pencils: Prismacolor Softer pen…
 
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