Attic Artchives

Attic Artchives

5.0 (1)
2 hires on
3 employees

About this pro

I only know what I hear & see .  to be true .

I have been encouraged since a child .  now validated often as a 50 yr young woman with an amazing gift.

Everything*  Everywhere*  Every day.

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Burlington, NJ 08016
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  • Bill McKenzy

    Zena has a calm, pleasent personality with endless knowledge of her professional trade, mediums & materials. She is high energy with a pleasent posative attitude toward life .. always happy to share her practical proven tequniques & shortcuts. She works efficiently in every medium known plus some unfamiliar self taught mixed mediums. With her focus on repurpose, she is clever & resourceful .. even mixes her own non toxic colors for each individual project. You will be pleasantly surprised.


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

Communication is key. Casually talking & listening quickly identifies each individuals' strengths, habits and learning behaviors. 

The Slow 'n' Steady system seems to work best for the average attention spans ability to absorb, retain & process information ~ possibly unfamiliar & new .. that ultimately translates into productivity.

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

My entire life has unknowingly been surounded by most forms of Creative Arts. I now know & respect the responsability of my given Gifts. I'm always eager to help others on projects .. striving to bring Joy to those I choose to work amoungst ... casually & professionally or things that more often "calls me".

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

Yes. Regardless of knowledge or levels .. my basic $35 class fee is for 90 minutes of instructional time  Plus canvas, supplies, brushes etc.. Average lesson consumes $3-$5 in products per person per hour. More in the beginning.Set up & break down adds another 15-30 mis. Because I don't believe an hour is long enough to make strides.

Everything is negotiable. Nothing set in stone.

How did you get started teaching?

An Artist is born to teach. It is the definition of our make up. Learning and sharing daily .. new tequnique & industry tricks.  Knowledge builds confidence .. as we all soon learn "the devil lives in the details" 

But there's no mistakes in Art.

What types of students have you worked with?

Young, Old, Amature, Professionals alike.

Lessons offered

Painting Classes Acrylic Painting Lessons Drawing Lessons Pottery Classes Sculpting Classes Watercolor Painting Lessons Craft Classes Ceramics Classes Fabric Arts Lessons Interior Design Classes Jewelry Design Classes Paper Crafts Lessons Woodworking Classes Illustration Classes Calligraphy Classes