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The mission of, The Cooley Gallery is to; instruct, inform and inspire your inner artists, in our beautiful art gallery built Circa 1752. We believe our success lies in creating an exciting venue where students can grow and improve their art. It excites us to provide high-quality classes and workshops for adults and children in a barrier-free setting that is designed to inspire while providing fun and educational art experiences for all ages and abilities. ... View Profile
Art services provided include 25 years of experience concentrated in visual arts while colaborating with artists and art enthusiasts on a wide variety of creative projects. Serving as a public school and private organization Art Instructor has equipped me to offer therapeutic, and cross curriculum educational experiences. Lessons may be tailored toward goal oriented objectives, assisting in bringing your vision into reality.
We are a full service art studio located in Westminster MD. We offer canvas painting, ceramics, glass mosaics including stained glass and mosaics as well as pallet/rustic sign art and other craft related projects. We offer adult and children's drawing and art lessons, private parties, birthday parties for kids as well as findraising opportunities and team building. At COB51 uyou can book an event in our large and well lit studio or you can request an on location event! We work with you to create the best experience possible when creating outside the box! ... View Profile
My work as a professional artist as well as being a full time teacher in Hawaii for 5 yrs, is what has given me the experience to provide meaningful and transformative lessons in my field. I have a great deal of passion for my work in the fine arts field; but, I am aware and experienced in th hnique challenges associated with transferring knowledge and wisdom to my students. My business stands out because of my passion for the subject as well as my ability to create affective plans and tuturship that serves my students needs and results in substantive results. ... View Profile
At ArtAffects, we focus on the passion found in the process of creating. With an emphasis on team building and community engagement, large groups are our specialty! Wether it's a corporate event, community festival, or a private party, we've got your dynamic art experiences covered! Contact us today to discuss an event taylored to your specific desires! https://www.facebook.com/ArtAffectsCoalition/
Bushi and Brush is an arts dojo. Using the twofold path this team of sisters teach both karate and art lessons. Joanna Becker is a freelance illustrator and 1st-degree black belt. Currently attending PCA&D for a degree in illustration with a special focus on medieval art, she has a passion for teaching. Joanna's website is https://www.joannacreatesart.com Jessica Becker is a freelance graphic artist and writer, 2nd-degree black belt with the title of sensei. A SCAD graduate, she has a special focus on sequential art and the combination of stories with artwork. ... View Profile
Our studio offers a comfortable environment of inspiring artists and instructors, with classes and private instruction that integrate primary design principles within the framework of the ceramics medium. We offer 6-week and 12-week hand-building and wheel-throwing courses for beginners through advanced students, as well as private sessions in all areas. Adults can also join us for our ‘Wheels and Wine’ evenings as well as other special events. In the ceramics studio our focus is always on creativity in a safe, judgement-free environment. All of our clay is non-toxic and o ... View Profile
First, you center the clay. Slapping the amorphous blob down on the wheel, you slowly find the symmetrical point in the middle of the wheel before gracefully wrestling the malleable material up and out into a recognizable form. At Clay Art Workshop, new students start from the ground up, learning the nuance of crafting a work of art from hunks of smooth earth. After forms have dried, pupils will learn how to glaze their pieces to create a completed work, which is then fired inside the studio's kiln. All levels of potters ages 18 and up are welcome. ... View Profile
Chelsea & Savannah is an art studio located in Fort Mill, SC offering art classes for children and adults. Two local female artists provide the art expertise and creative impulses that drive the studio. Having professional artists as the studio instructors allows class and workshop attendees to gain real knowledge from the hands of experience. Chelsea & Savannah works with you to tap your creativity using projects that are designed to produce a successful result in every artist and crafter—no matter the skill level! ... View Profile
I have enjoyed teaching art with mostly elementary students and I have just retired from Hopkins Schools after 32 years as an art specialist and have a MA In art education from the U of M. I also taught Art and reading for many years in a private school. I love helping students learn the basics and develop the ability to use art concepts in their creative work.
HOT Art experiences are unique and one of a kind due to the individualized services provided. Working with Katie and her team of field experts allows anyone to enjoy and experience Art feeling comfortable, confident, and purposeful. Bringing Art to the community and inviting community into the studio is how HOT Art plans to change the world.
I have been doing all types of artwork for a good deal of my life. I practice in all mediums, but I am especially drawn to glass work, fused glass, painting, and encaustics. I have taught art for both private and public school. I have also had several art businesses both in stained-glass mosaics and calligraphy. I am currently studying to be an art therapist and I will graduate this summer of 2018. I intern at The Art Station in Fort Worth, Texas and I do therapeutic art with people both in that setting and individually. ... View Profile
I teach Something from Nothing classes. Make pottery from dug up clay! Make a thick felt rug from animal hair! Dye a thousand hues with the weeds in your neighborhood! Eco Print paper and fabric with plants! Weave a garment, a bag or a banket from seemingly unrelated lengths of yarn..... Spin a beautiful yarn from loose animal hair. I teach primitive pottery. Beginning weaving of most traditional sorts - from Navajo style tapestry to 8 harness, simple frame looms to 8 harness floor looms. Also Wet Felting, Spinning and Dyeing. My absolute dye specialty is natural dyes in two categories, Traditional European dyes such as indi ... View Profile
I have been in the professional photography business for over 27 years. I am able to teach students photography from a beginner level to someone who wants to take their photography to the next level. I have had a passion for photography since I was a child and I love instilling that passion in my students. I practice fine art photography, as well as commercial photography (portraits and events, and some product). I earned my BFA in Art Education, K-12 LIcensure, with an emphasis in Photography and Ceramics from MSU Denver. I studied and was certified in professional photography from Pickens Technical College's Professional Photography P ... View Profile
I am dedicated to teaching children and adults of all ages the techniques and skills needed to become an artist. Whether you want to inspire your three-year-old to express herself through paint, or you noticed that your ten-year-old has talent in drawing that you would like to encourage, or even if you have always wanted to try art but never knew how, I can help. I offer painting and drawing classes beginners and advanced students. There are classes during the weekends and weeklly during the summers. ... View Profile
I earned my Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree from the California College of Arts, where I studied Painting, Drawing and Printmaking with some of the CCA’s best teachers (Mary Snowden, Wiliam Kriz, William Willey and Wayne Thebaud to name a few) At that time I believed earning BFA in Film and TV and Glass Arts was more practical. I have, however, worked to produce art continuously since graduating and have a significant portfolio of work mainly focused on Watercolor and Drawing (in both representational and abstract genres.) Additionally I have significant understanding and experience with etching, serigraph and lithography ... View Profile
I have 35 years experience as an art therapist and elementary art teacher. When I retired I wanted to bring the joy of creativity and discovery through art back into the lives of adults. For the last 4 years I have been offering art workshops and private instruction in a variety of art mediums; drawing, painting, printmaking, weaving, ceramics, and bookmaking. Check my website at www.lavendersblueart.com
I've been teaching art since 2012, after I graduated with my BFA in Studio Art. I specialize in painting and drawing. I love art and making art and I am passionate about sharing that with others. I love seeing my students succeed and improve, whether they're beginners or more advanced.
My name is Shilo, A.K.A. "CooptyLew." (I got this name from my art students after I got married so that I will cherish it always!) I have been teaching art to all ages for 14 years, and I have taught in public schools for 12 of those... I have an undergraduate degree in education and a Masters degree in art. My specialties are drawing, painting, photography, and ceramics, at all levels there is no need to have prior skill in anything to take a class with me. If I can teach 5-year-olds (up to 50 at a time!) to make beautiful art, I can surely give you the tools you need for success! My life before 2016 was typical. And boring. I wor ... View Profile
My experience with painting has been my whole life; both of my parents are painters. I teach in a very inclusive, dialogue kind of way. I want everyone to participate and communicate, however I realize that some people are on the shy side. I am very open to all personalities and all kinds of people expressing themselves they want to through their art. Everyone has something say, I want their voice to be heard. I myself am more on the quiet side, however I am also very goofy and silly. I use oil paints the most, it is the medium I have had the most exposure to. If this sounds appealing to you, please contact me. I would love to teach you, your ... View Profile