Artworks by kids studying the Cindy Wider Method

Freshwater Christian College: Kids in Prep (Age: 5 & 6)

These artworks were created from our term 4 section of the course, under the guideance of Teacher Toni Pett 

Freshwater Christian College: Kids in Year 4 (Age: 9 & 10)

These artworks were created in charcoal from our term 3 section, under the guidance of teacher Anna Giles

Freshwater Christian College: Kids in Year 3 (Age: 8 & 9)

These artworks were created in term 3 inspired by Dean Russo under the guidance of teacher Jenney Costello

Portraits Created by Year 4 students

These self-portraits were created by a class of year 4 students (age: 9 & 10) studying this course.

Teddy Bears created by kids in Year 3 (Age: 8 & 9)

These cute Teddy Bears were created from the lessons in the year 3 curriculum under the guidance of Jenney Costello. 

Imaginary Underwater Worlds created by kids in Year 1 (Age: 6 & 7)

These drawings were created in term 1 from the project titled 'My Imaginary Underwater World.' Construction drawing was introduced in this first term under the guidance of Judy Mellor.

Drawings created by kids in Year 2 (Age: 7 & 8)

These drawings are a sample of images created throughout the course under the guidance of Kareena Walmsly and Natasha Puddle.

Rising Art Stars - Drawing at Home

Xavier Sloss aged 9 draws a lot. He created these artworks from his imagination using the methods taught in this course. This is what his mum Meredith Sloss had to say "My son Xavier has flourished with the Cindy Wider Method of teaching. He has begun to show technique and style I never knew he had within him! Xavier has learned so much in a short period of time." 
Sumaya Wider aged 11 draws her artworks with pencil first. Then she outlines and colours in her images with copic markers in 3 tones. She has been using the Cindy Wider Method since she was very young and she continues to learn and be reminded of some rules of perspective and construction drawing as well as other foundation skills. Her mum is Cindy Wider.