At F.G.I. Art Studio, we offer fun, affordable, and quality art classes for all ages! We offer a wide range of classes in different mediums including pencil, acrylic, colored pencil, watercolor, computer game programming, mixed media, ink and so much more! We offer full semester classes, 4-6 weeks classes, painting parties, and private lessons (at a first-come-first-serve basis). Owner, artist, and teacher, Mary Langewisch, has been teaching art to children and adults for over 10 years now. F.G.I. is located in the heart of the art scene of Littleton Colorado. Check out our website to see the new classes offered every semester including in the Summer!
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"I personally enjoy teaching children and adults about the many techniques in a given medium. It excites me to watch a student grasp a concept and have the whole world of creativity open up for them. I believe anyone can learn to draw, they just need the modivation to learn and the right instruction.
I promarily work in watercolor or oil in my personal work. I have been painting and drawing since I was really young. Born and raised in Colorado, I am inspired by the light, colors, and textures in nature. To me, art is meant to be beautiful and leave an impression in your mind, much like nature does. My mission as an artist is to create that beauty and also to teach it to others." - Mary Langewisch
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We asked Mary to do a custom piece for us of a landscape it turned out fantastic. She was wonderful to work with and we are so pleased with the finished product.
Mary’s studio is in a great location. Her classes offer variety and wonderful teachers.
My son has thoroughly enjoyed his computer classes with Ryan. He is learning a lot and can hardly wait for the next session to begin. Thank you for the quality classes you offer!
Mary is great with the kids! She always has something fun to create and works with kids of all skill levels and makes them love art! My kids have been taking classes from Mary for almost 10 years, and we all love her!
All class descriptions, details, and the registration process are on our website (FragileGloryImpressions.com/studio-classes). An upfront registration fee of $25 is required during the registration process, which is payable online within the registration form.
Mary has 20+ years of art experience and 10+ years of teaching. Starting at age 12, Mary attended a local professional studio where she attended all classes in every medium. In college attended Metroplitan State University to study art. Mary has also attended workshops at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Aspen, Colorado.
At Age 4 Mary had told her parents that she wanted to be a teacher. Being the oldest of 4 children, she loved playing school with her siblings. She was often found creating curriculum for a future class, even with no prospective students in sight. By Age 10, after taking classes at a local art studio, a dream had developed: she wanted to own a studio of her own like that someday. Mary was 11 when she started making her artwork into note cards and selling them at craft fairs around Denver. Two years later she started teaching her first drawing class to some kids in the neighborhood. By high school she was teaching up to 65 students a semester all around the Denver area along with the selling of her new card styles. In 2013 Mary found a small space to call her studio to create art in and teach. The dream was becoming more of a reality. Mary now teaches up to 60 students every semester, she's creating new art products every year, and getting her artwork on display in the Colorado area.
Ages 7 - adult
During the Summer I love getting up really early with friends and/or family to go hike South Table Mountain and watch the sunrise.
Each student deserves to be taught the fundamentals of their chosen medium, however their creativity must not be stiffled in the process. Instead, creativity should be cultivated to a level that makes each student beam with excitment, hunger for more, and reach their artistic goals. This is our mission at F.G.I.
What are they truly passionate about? What are your artistic goals? What are some ways to reach those goals? Is the teacher personable and able to create a fun, productive, and creative environment?