sheila graber
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As in a Grey-Bear...Artist,Animator,Teacher aim to help others create their own art and animation and have FUN! 11 animations to enjoy!
The World of Dolls

The World of Dolls Made by Sheila in 1992 shows early use of Blue-Screen and computer animation. also stars a very young Susan Bell - now Mother of 3

Animated William Blake - showing progress of the "Poet Figure" in his work. Made for the Tate Gallery Blake exhibition in the 1970's http://www.graber-miller.com/my%20music%20blake.html

Animated William Blake - showing progress of the "Poet Figure" in his work. Made for the Tate Gallery Blake exhibition in the 1970's http://www.graber-miller.com/my%20music%20blake.html

Valley View Primary Animation

Valley View Primary Animation

Animated Monsters in School  to Animated Dali at University

Animated Monsters in School to Animated Dali at University

Tracks the face in art from Egyptian to Modern times.Using materials that echo the actual ones used at various times. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Da9VC9gNrEk&list=PL5F3B60F1E7863B45

Tracks the face in art from Egyptian to Modern times.Using materials that echo the actual ones used at various times. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Da9VC9gNrEk&list=PL5F3B60F1E7863B45

Michelangelo was a bundle of energy. We try to show this in the fun, but accurate, development of his work from early Pieta to St Peter's Dome. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPGHP49fCWI&list=PL5F3B60F1E7863B45

As Sheila taught the history of art this was one of her first subjects tackled when she first taught herself animation.

To express any emotion we must exaggerate.We track the history fo expressionism from cave art to 20th century. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5C3RaMffI-8&list=PL5F3B60F1E7863B45

To be expressive and show emotion you must exaggerate the lines and colours.

Shows how we all look at at the world differently. Constable- down to Earth,Turner-emtional ,Monet-Spotty,Van Gogh - Emotional http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD-6GtJaZDk&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL5F3B60F1E7863B45

Shows how though we look at the same landscape we see/paint it very differently. Constable - down to earth, Turner-dramatic, Monet- spectrum colours, Van Gog.

QuiziCat shows us that we are all part arty and part smarty..and how you can actually LEARN art just as you can learn writing! https://vimeo.com/72613547

QuiziCat shows us that we are all part arty and part smarty..and how you can actually LEARN art just as you can learn writing! https://vimeo.com/72613547

Fun but accurate animation on Mondrian's journey from Reality to Abstraction set to his favourite Boogie-Woogie music. On Friday Nights he actually DID Boogie! https://vimeo.com/72886687

Fun but accurate animation on Mondrian's journey from Reality to Abstraction set to his favourite Boogie-Woogie music. On Friday Nights he actually DID Boogie! https://vimeo.com/72886687

Animated movie on Turner showing his growth from Darkly Classical to Light and Modern. For students or anyone interested in art and artists. https://vimeo.com/75696870

Animated movie on Turner showing his growth from Darkly Classical to Light and Modern. For students or anyone interested in art and artists. https://vimeo.com/75696870

Follows the drawings in Leonardo's sketch books showing how he studied nature deeply with an unclouded vision to arrive at his numerous original inventions. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQYWozqOyvY&list=PL5F3B60F1E7863B45

Shows how Leonardo's flow of thought on the world about him is shown in his sketches. He sensed the Gaia principle well before anyone else!

Moore started from very small shells, pebbles to create the huge sculptures we all identify with him. Plasticine & his actual work. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpqEd3Nc-VQ&list=PL5F3B60F1E7863B45

Based on an exhibition "Head Helmet" of Moore's work at the DLI museum Mixes real sculptures with animated plasticine to show the inner workings of his.

Follows the progress on one child's art from age of 2 to 16. Show that there are universal stages we ALL go through. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iKc3_wQpbE&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL5F3B60F1E7863B45

Sheila Graber was invited by Sylvia Fein Scheuber in to animate her book "Heidi's Horse". Sylvia is a well known artist in the US.

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