Hall Of Frames Art Studio

Hall Of Frames Art Studio

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3 employees

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We offer fun and innovative classes for children ages 7+! Based off of the cirriculum of the late June W. Kelly, who taught locally for over 40 years, we have created a unique program designed to help you keep building upon previous skills. Our art classes are unique in that you never stop learning and we collaborate with you to give you the most personal experiece possible.

We love watching our students grow in ways they never imagined. We always tell students who say, "I can't" that they CAN, they just "Haven't yet." Our students always blow us away with their talent and they teach us so many things as well. 

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O'Fallon, IL 62269
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What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Instructor Jerry Miller is also owner of the studio/frame shop and specializes in oil pastel, acrylic, oil and chalk and traditional drawing techniques. He has taught lessons for 10 years but has been an artist his entire life. He has owned and operated the Hall of Frames Custom Framing and Art Gallery for over 40 years. His work is on display in the front room of the gallery as well. Jerry teaches kids ages 7-12 years, teens and all of our adult classes.

Instructor Amy Pennington (Jerry's daughter) has been teaching our children's classes for 10 years. She has been drawing since she was a little girl and grew up at the studio. She is mostly self taught but has an Associates Degree in Fine Art, and also works as a freelance illustrator. She specializes in traditional drawing techniques.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Our adult classes are year yound and you pay per month. The cost is $65 a month for one class a week. 

Children's classes are offered in 6 week sessions with a week off in between sessions for sign ups. Each session costs $100 per child plus the cost of supplies.