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    2 years to Adult


Art is more than crafts! Drawing and painting is a learned skill similar to dance and music, allowing anyone with the desire to learn drawing and painting to excel in art. It requires practice and patience, but the rewards are great.

With each completed piece of artwork, children feel a sense of accomplishment and pride in their work. This will encourage them and build their self-confidence in their education and other academic studies.

Art can serve as a launching pad for exploration, discovery and fun. Augmenting a childs education by providing art classes may help fuel a lifelong interest in art and provide that special opportunity for child to express his creativity. No one is too young or too old to learn how to draw and paint.

Parents & Tots: (Parents and children above 2)

This class is specially designed both for parents and their children looking for a creative environment to perform their own art expression while their children practice on drawing and painting skills. Dress for mess!

Art for Tots: (Ages 3-5 )
In this class children will develop fine motor skills, concentration, planning and more while learning about art vocabulary and having fun. Each 4 week session will start with drawing and then we will add color by watercolor, chalk, crayon or acrylic to our artwork. Dress for mess!

Kids on Canvas: (Ages 5-12)
This program teaches children about painting on a variety of professional grade materials including canvas paper, canvas board and stretched canvas with acrylics.

Students will be inspired as they learn the techniques, style and vocabulary of such artists as Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir, Klimt, O’Keeffe, Picasso, Mondrian, Laurel Burch, Jackson Pollock, Modigliani.

They will learn about the techniques of master and contemporary artists and then create their own unique masterpieces based on those techniques. Most of the children's artwork will go home framed and ready to display at the end of each 4 week session. Dress for mess!

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