1st Semester 2019 Schedule:

  • Monday (8-week course) - 7 and UP

Mon: 4:00 - 6:00

  • OPEN THEME ART - 12 and UNDER

Tue, Wed, Thu: 4:00 - 6:00

  • LITTLE ARTISTS - 4 and UP

Fri: 4:00 - 6:00

  • WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES (8-week course) - 7 and UP

Sat: 10:00 - 12:00

  • PORTRAIT DRAWING (8-week course) - 8 and UP

Sat: 12:30 - 2:30

Structured courses:

ORGANIC PRINTMAKING

This class is all about using fine art and combining it with regular everyday objects such as t-shirts, pillows, books, etc. We will be making and using organic self-made dies to give fabrics new look and feel, then print right on the material, using potatoes as our "linocuts"

8-week course, Mondays 4-6pm, 7 and UP

Starts April 1st

WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES

This semester we are very excited to introduce our students to a watercolor class. In this class students will learn various watercolor techniques, using professional watercolor supplies.

8-week course, Fridays 4-6pm, 7 and UP

Starts April 5th

REALISTIC PORTRAITURE DRAWING

Our students will learn about face proportions, head tilts, skull anatomy. Our final project will be a fully drawn and shaded realistic self-portrait! We will use regular pencils, markers, color pencils and ink to make it as creative and fun going as possible!

7-week course, Saturday 12:30-2:30, 8-14 years old

Starts April 6th


GENERAL CLASS INFO:

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  • We introduce children to multiple mediums, anything from acrylic painting to a mixed medium sculpture. In our classes children learn how to create an art work from a simple sketch to a finished and well established painting.

  • We work individually with every child, which allows us to target their interests and move with their pace. We focus on working in small group sessions to keep a low student/teacher ratio.

  • 10% sibling discount available

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Mediums We work in:

  • ACRYLIC    

  • COLLAGE    

  • WATERCOLOR  

  • GRAPHICS  

  • DRAWING 

  • SCULPTURE

  • BASICS OF COMPOSITION

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"It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child" - Pablo Picasso