Program 7: Drawing Animals
My artwork is generally called technical/ realism, which means it is inspired by a personal experience
with the real subject. My drawings are a heartfelt expression of how the experience made me feel.
When I draw the subject, I try to clarify or emphasize those feelings. I enjoy a variety of subjects
within a series of portfolios grouped as Biblical truths,
Native American life, and Kentucky. I am also interested in subjects relating to the
American South, especially southern history, and their meaning in contemporary life.
Rex Robinson, artist
REX ROBINSON has over 25 years of workshop/demonstration experience including several years conducting
residencies in Kentucky schools. Rex has shown his work in over 30 solo and group exhibits across
the country and has many of his works included in corporate, private, and museum collections. Although
he works in a variety of media and subjects, he mainly works in aqua-media. He has also completed
murals which can be seen on buildings in Owensboro, Daviess County, Louisville, and Grayson County. He
maintains a studio/farm near Philpot, Kentucky. Rex earned a B.A. in art education from Kentucky Wesleyan
College and continues to work toward a graduate degree at Western Kentucky University. In
Art On-Air, Rex shares a three-step process which should enable children to draw just about anything.
Teacher's Guide for Drawing Animals (Realistic Drawing)
Other Instructional Television Resources
- Arts Express - Program 5.
"Appearances, Portraits, and Lifestyles" -- observing and using personal
characteristics to make portraits.
- Arts Alive for 6 - 9th grade -- First
three programs deal with visual arts:
- "Alive with the Arts" - the power and appeal of the arts
- "Elements of Visual Arts" - line, shape, color, and texture
- "Creating Visual Arts" - expressing an idea
- Hands On Crafts Around the World - Program 10 African Animals
- Looking at Picasso for grades 8-12
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