Study Art with Your Kids on Long Island- Saturdays

Study Art with Your Kids on Long Island- Saturdays

245.00

A class meant for both parents and children, providing a chance for them to study together. This option is only available for parents of children enrolled in our program.
Saturdays 11:30-1:30
Start Date: September 21
Starts: Nov 9
Ends: Dec 21
6 Weeks
No class November 30

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The price is per person. Please add the code FAMILYSTUDY at checkout to get $30 off the total.

For two groups of children, ages 6-8 and 9-12, along with their parents

Study Art with Your Kid on Long Island is class meant for both parents and children, providing a chance for them to study together. The class begins with a step-by-step program where kids start with basic drawing concepts first. Children will learn to make a simple line drawings after classic illustrations. Next, they will color them with watercolor, learning how to mix color and make a color wheel. Parents will follow along, step by step.

For the family who is serious about learning traditional methods of drawing and painting, this program is unique on the North Shore of Long Island. Our Studio in Oyster Bay is fully equipped with easels, great lighting and a high level of instruction. Families flourish in our art classes.

After the basics, children and parents alike will then move onto still-life painting, landscape painting and master-copy using classical methods of drawing and painting. We will also have the students study sculpture, working from their drawing and paintings. Each lesson is tailored for individual student needs. They will also be exposed to and encouraged to learn from work of great artists from the past in a range of mediums and covering many themes. We let children be children, but still teach them good technique. This is an excellent foundation that prepares young artists for AP Portfolio classes in high school and our own portfolio prep program here at Teaching Studios of Art.

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Students in action at our studio.