Find a art class in Seattle, WA

Find art classes in Seattle, WA

Find art classes in Seattle, WA

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Find art classes in Seattle, WA

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Top 10 art classes in Seattle, WA

Students agree: these Seattle art classes are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Painting Lessons With A Classically Trained Artist

Painting Lessons With A Classically Trained Artist

Offers online services
4 hires on Lessons
Serves Seattle, WA
Karen M. says, " He is so knowledgeable and such an awesome teacher " Read more
DeLorme Creative

DeLorme Creative

Offers online services
1 hire on Lessons
13+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
Angel says, "I loved that Jeph spoke to me in a way I would understand, and made learning fun. I actually used to use a point shoot camera and when I got a D800 it was a whole new ball game! Jeph is kind, patient & had stood in my shoes once upon a time, so there were no stupid questions. He even came to my house and helped me with ALL computer things & got me started on photoshop! I still ask questions and he is still here for me some years later! His wife Amanda and Jeph are a great team and both awesome humans! They are priceless in my book! Highly recommend!" Read more
Renee Plevy Studio

Renee Plevy Studio

New on Lessons
2 hires on Lessons
22+ years in business
Serves Seattle, WA
Taught at : The School of Visual Arts, NYC, The Boca Museum Art School, WITVA, The Lake Worth Art League, and numerous other art schools - NYC, NJ and FL. Trained :as a teacher at Boston University, and as an artist - The Art Student's League, NYC, SVA NYC, and Parsons, NYC. I enjoy teaching people how to get to the next step in their artwork. Love when my students are enjoying the thrill of learning and achieving their dreams.
Art, Poetry And Occasional NFT

Art, Poetry And Occasional NFT

Offers online services
Serves Seattle, WA
Jan B. says, "I have enjoyed her art as well as her poetry. I find her work very inspirational as it touches on life on life's terms" Read more

Your Art Classes questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do art classes cost near me?

Art classes cost $20 to $50 for a one-time session or $100 to $500 for a class including 6 to 10 weekly sessions. Prices for art classes depend on your location, the type of art, the school or museum offering the class, and whether the fee includes materials and art supplies. Most art instructors provide a list of the required supplies which you must purchase separately.

Can you take art classes online?

You can take art classes online through CreativeLive, Udemy, ed2go, and art specialty websites like New Masters Academy (NMA) or The Art Studio NY. Many museums, universities, studios, and individual artists also offer online art classes.

Prices for online art classes are similar to in-studio classes and primarily depend on the instructor's artistic reputation and whether the course features prerecorded videos or is held live.

What types of art classes are available?

Popular art classes offered in most locations include:

  • Drawing and sketching
  • Painting with watercolor, oil, acrylics, or pastels
  • Printmaking
  • Fabric painting
  • Ceramics
  • Sculpture
  • Jewelry making
  • Glasswork
  • Fiber arts

How do I find the best art classes near me?

Before you take the next step in your creative journey, follow these tips to ensure you find an art class that's a good fit for you:

  • First, determine what type of art you'd like to learn.
  • Decide if you want to take a one-time workshop or a multi-week course.
  • Read instructor reviews on Lessons and Google.
  • Browse their portfolio of artwork created by their past students.
  • Ask about fees, class sizes, and supplies needed.
  • Visit the studio or classroom in person to check it out before signing up for a class.
  • Wear clothes that can get dirty. Some classes have aprons, but you may still get paint or other art products on your clothes.

What questions should I ask before signing up for art classes?

Before you sign up for an art class, be sure to ask the instructor these questions:

  • Which class should I take as a first-time art student?
  • Does the fee include materials and supplies? If not, do you provide a supply list?
  • What subjects do the art lessons cover?
  • Where will the class meet?
  • Are the classes restricted to certain age groups?
  • How many students will be in the class?
  • Do you offer online art classes? Are the online classes taught live or prerecorded?
  • Can I buy a class as a gift for someone?

Reviews for Seattle art classes

Recent success stories from people in the Seattle area.
Evie C.
He is fantastic! Works well with you and is super encouraging. I can’t wait to see how my art progresses with his instruction.
Painting Lessons With a Classically Trained Artist
Sam P.
Seattle has countless photographers...some good, some bad, and a very special few, extraordinary. Many answer the calling and go on to be excellent but only that special few are extraordinary, YOU are among the extraordinary! The sessions with my family, my wife and me and my wife were exceptional. You made everyone comfortable. I cannot thank you enough for the images of Janice and I; amazing!! You are an extraordinary photographer who I believe cares very much for your clients. You are a true professional!
DeLorme Creative
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