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3 hires on
7 years in business

About this pro

Hi there! 

My name is Kaylee Falcon and I am an artist based in Los Angeles and I truly love teaching others how to get comfortable with art-making.  I teach ceramics (working with clay), painting, drawing, sculpture, needle-felting, among other art forms.  I also teach Spanish as I am fluent and have been speaking since I was a child! 

I have been teaching all ages and experience levels for the past six years, with a specialized background (15 years) in working with children with learning and developmental differences.  I am available for in-person and Zoom lessons.

I studied Studio Art with an emphasis in Sculpture from Azusa Pacific University for my Bachelor's and received my Master's in Art Therapy from Loyola Marymount University. 

I am really patient and my warm nature creates a safe, non-judgmental, open space for learning.  I follow the student's pace and make sure to take them step by step so as to feel comfortable.  Ultimately, I want the student to have fun as I believe a learning environment should be a space where you can put everything else to the side and feel free to explore!

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Highland Park, CA 90042
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  • Chris

    Kaylee is the best Spanish teacher I ever had! She was patient, kind, attentive and understanding when it came to my Spanish speaking skills. Trust me when I say that I had lost all hope of speaking a new language before signing up for Kaylee's class. If you are looking for the perfect Spanish teacher for yourself or someone else you know then Kaylee is the perfect teacher for the job!

  • Lisa J.

    Kaylee at Artplay was extremely kind and patient during each art lesson. She introduced art techniques in a very supportive way! Thank you, Kaylee!

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I start by briefly getting to know the student to understand what they would like to learn and also to build a comfort level.  I introduce the student to the overview of the lesson plan and allow the student to guide the process to meet their needs as well as interests.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am a graduate of Azusa Pacific University with a BA in Studio Art (emphasis in Sculpture).  I also graduated from Loyola Marymount University with my Master's in Art Therapy.  I also have been trained and currently work as a ceramics instructor at a studio in Los Angeles.

I have held multiple classes and workshops for kids as well as adults at different non-profits, highlighting the joy of experimenting with art materials.

How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching adapted art lessons to children with learning/developmental differences back in August of 2015. Then, I expanded to offering private lessons in 2016 where I would work with students on their art projects and help them explore art as a form of play!

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with a wide range of students, from very young to elder age and with differing abilities.  I have a special background and training in working with individuals on the spectrum.

Art should be available to everyone!

Lessons offered

Craft Classes Illustration Classes Sculpting Classes Abstract Painting Lessons Acrylic Painting Lessons Drawing Lessons Painting Classes Watercolor Painting Lessons Ceramics Classes Pottery Classes Spanish Classes