Welcome to Art & Art History for the Young, a course for ages 7-11 where your child enjoys a creative array of art projects while learning Art History from the Renaissance to Modern Art, from realism to the abstract and everything in between.
My students learn everything from drawing with pencil and oil pastels, painting with acrylics and watercolor as well as clay sculpting. In addition, during each class, we take a short break to enjoy a video on an artist, artwork or subject pertaining to that day’s lesson.
My goal is to teach my students the 7 Elements of Art and the 7 Principles of Design through fun and challenging projects.
Here they can create their own beautiful self-expressive artwork while gaining confidence, focus, increase their creativity and use their imagination.
Some of my many classes included:
The latest project we are working on is creating a 40” x 30” mural of Georges Seurat’s Sunday in the Park, where each student tackles a portion of the painting and then we will assemble each section together to create a beautiful mural to be displayed at the Atelier.
So, if you have or know of a child who likes art, wants to learn and have a great time, sign them up for our next semester’s Art and Art History for the Young class. It is held every Saturday morning from 10am-12noon in Studio 12 at the Atelier at Flowerfield.
Come join the fun!
The Atelier at Flowerfield is now accepting applicants to their Fellowship & Scholarship Program.
Please consider donating for the opportunity for any students who are in need of financial aid to continue pursuing their art studies.