Lesson Structures-Unique learning Methods

Learning art in a child’s own way

ABK knows children very well. The course is designed scientifically according to the characteristics of children’s physical and cognitive development as well as art learning; it is carried out through the learning methods of Plan, Do, Review, Little Gallery and Call for Action. The course is divided into five stages according to the age of the child.

Plan do review little gallery call for action

Introduce the artist, history arty words, techniques

Apply arts elements and techniques to design and create

Review all the arty words and skills

Presentation skills, confidence, express creative ideas

Review and practice new skills at home Turn new skills into own skill set, apply to any work in the future




Rich and diverse art forms

60 + Art Schools

80 + Art Techniques

150 + Artists

Comprehensive and In-depth Artistic Elements

Rich artistic Creation Media and Unconventional Media of Life Creation

All inclusive themes of artistic expression










Athletic Sports

City and Country

Magic and Mystery

Space and Place

Art history with time as its axis

Ancient World Art

Medieval Art

Early Contemporary Art

Modern and Contemporary Art

Art and culture all over the world





South America

North America





Art Museum in the Classroom

Art history with time as its axis

Cave Art (30000 Years Ago)

Egyptian Pharaoh Mask Art

(4000 BC)

Byzantine Art

Gothic Crafts

Rome Art

And more

Michelangelo Art


Gezhuo Beizhai Art

(Ukiyo in Edo Era, Japan)

Ancient world art

Early Contemporary Art

  • Post Impressionist Art
  • Pop Art
  • Symbolism Art
  • Surrealist Art
  • Cubism Art
  • Abstract Expressionist Art
  • And More
  • Primitive Art
  • Ancient Egyptian Art
  • Ancient Greek Art
  • And more

Medieval Art

Gothic Architecture

The Most Beautiful Prayer Art of Limburg Brothers

  • Neoclassical Art
  • Rococo Art
  • Classical Art
  • Romantic Art
  • Realistic Art
  • And more

Modern and Contemporary Art

Pollock Art

(Pioneer of Abstract Expressionism)

Lichtenstein Art

(Modern Pop Art)




Rich and diverse art forms

Art Schools and Styles

Represented by artists: Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo Buonarroti, Henri Rousseau, Donatello, Botticelli, Eugène Delacroix, Ghiberti Lorenzo, Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Paul Gauguin, Katsushika Hokusai, Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Paul Klee, Henri Matisse, Edvard Munch, Albrecht Dürer, Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Maurits Cornelis Escher,
Louis Comfort Tiffany, Jackson Pollock, Dale Chihuly, Robert Delaunay, Joan Miró, Norman Rockwell, Heinz Kirchner, Gustav Klimt, Frank Stella, Василий Кандинский, Sophie Harding, Limbourg brothers,Romeo Britto, Wayne Thiebaud, Roy Lichtenstein,YUE MINJUN,YANI WANG, Andy Warhol, Amedeo Modigliani

And More……

Artistic elements

  • Spot
  • Lines: vertical line, horizontal line, arc line, broken line, dotted line, wavy line, zigzag line, spiral line
  • Face: geometric, organic, accidental, irregular
  • Volume: length, width and height
  • Colour: same colour, similar colour, contrast colour, primary colour, secondary colour, tertiary colour, warm and cold colour, neutral colour
  • Light and shade: shadow, highlight
  • Space: geometric perspective, air perspective
  • Texture: touch (smooth, rough, soft, hard, cool and warm), taste (fragrant)
  • And more…

Art techniques

3D collage, architectural interior design, relief, biometric design, blow painting, illustration, camouflage design, cloisonne, portrait collage, color lead painting, acrylic painting, scale painting, embossing, fabric design, moto, glass art, mosaic, installation art, landscape painting, mask making, paper cutting, mahati, mural, paper sculpture, tear paper, oil painting, stippling law, pop art, pottery manufacturing, printing and dyeing, pick up art, Renaissance painting, sculpture, modern sculpture, micro sculpture, silhouette, glass art, food design, line painting, color painting of glass, splash painting, self portrait, shadow painting, point carving, tricolor painting

And more…

Artistic Medium

  • Conventional art media: egg colour, propylene, water-soluble marker, marker, crayon, water-soluble crayon, oil painting stick, water-soluble oil painting stick, colour lead, water-soluble colour lead, glue stick, latex, scissors, lace scissors, brushes, gouache paper, sketch paper, cardboard, coloured paper, gummed paper, flash adhesive, flash powder, Sequin, chalk, sponge stick, seal, watercolour, roller Magic clay.
  • Unconventional art media: mineral water bottle, milk bottle brush, fly swatter, egg beater, pine needle, sand, balloon, cotton stick, spoon fork, newspaper, paper plate, toy car, salt, wool, straw, aluminum foil paper, watering pot, dropper, marshmallow, chocolate sauce, picked up items. And more…





Multiculturalism all over the world

Europe: French Lasco cave art, Greek vase art, Greek column art, Dutch windmill art, Polish paper cutting art, Portuguese ceramic tile art, Russian Doll art, Turkish madubani art, Turkish kirim carpet art, Tahitian tattoo art

Asia: Chinese blue and white porcelain art, Chinese print art, Malaysian moon kite art, Japanese kimono art, Japanese fan art, Japanese ukiyo painting art, Indian blueberry art

North America: Hawaiian kappa bark cloth art, Indiana wahoe sand painting art, Indiana mingblais bowl art, Canadian Yukon Aurora art, Greenland Inuit Art

South America: Peruvian clothing art, Brazilian tropical fruit art, Mexican festival of the dead Posada art, Mexican yarn painting art

Africa: Egyptian mask art, Egyptian headdress art, Egyptian canopitt pottery, Nigerian attir art, Moroccan yarn art, Arabian pattern art





All inclusive themes of artistic expression

  • Invention
  • Biology
  • Music
  • Architecture
  • Photography
  • Film
  • Myth
  • Secret
  • Fashion
  • Athletic sports
  • City and country
  • Magic and mystery
  • Space and place

Space architecture

Rock culture



Micro landscape


Movie character




Motion line








Every Class in Abrakadoodle

Art practice based on perception and experience

Each class is related

One artist / six continents multicultural

Rich material practice

In Abrakadoodle, artistic creation, material practice and skill learning all come from appreciation and perception rather than pure skill training.

Appreciation of Art Masters

Art Element Learning

Material Application and Practice

Artistic Creation



Art practice based on perception and experience

Superimposed combination

Differential combination

Homochromatic research and collocation

Graphic composition: superposition and collage



Differential stack






Shape combination diagram

Three combinations

Chromatic graph

Vase graphic combination Art