Draw a Rose with Ms. Marceline
To make a rosebud, start with a closed swirl shape. Draw a cup-like half circle und your swirl to make the base of the flower. Start from the base and make a tear drop shaped petal attached to the base. Erase one of the lines where the petal overlaps. Make one more line to show another petal behind the first. To make an open rose begin with a small closed swirl. Add overlapping petals with curvy organic shapes. Attach the first to the swirl and let each petal be bigger than the last and overlap each of other until you have a full flower. Add details to your roses like a thorny stem and tiny rose leaves.
ART NOW is all about getting art lessons out to our students NOW. Art Road is unwavering in its commitment to provide an exceptional art experience to disadvantaged children despite state-wide school closings due to COVID-19. This unexpected situation has created an opportunity for Art Road to quickly pivot and rethink its delivery of art instruction. To provide art to children while not in school, and to support our talented teaching artists and staff, Art Road created ART NOW.