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Art Lessons

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Online Classes

Each week a link for the current video will be emailed to you.  The videos will be around 20 minutes long for Elementary Art and around 40 minutes long for the older classes.  The videos are meant to be paused to give students time to work on their art and then resumed to watch the next part of the instructions.  Plan for 45 minutes for Elementary Art students and 60 minutes for the older classes to complete the instructions in each video.  The videos will be available Sunday mornings and will be accessible for one week until Saturday night.  

Supply Rentals will be available for first come for those who have registered and paid along with a refundable deposit. 

 

 

 

$100 

$85 for additional siblings

8 classes

 

May 2nd - June 26th

Elementary Art

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Recommended for ages 4-8

In this class we'll learn about primary colours, how to mix them to create new colours and how to draw animals and landscapes.  Each of our projects will be fairly quick and simple as we're focusing on beginning skills and knowledge for art.  

This class will focus on learning the foundations for creating a good drawing or painting.  We will work on different drawing techniques as well as shading.  We will also be learning how to create many variations of colour with paint and the rules of painting an arcuate landscape. 

$120  and $15 supply fee

$100 for additional siblings

8 classes

 

May 2nd - June 26th

Art Explorers

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Recommended for ages 7-11
Art Expansion

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$120  and $15 supply fee

$100 for additional siblings

8 classes

 

May 2nd - June 26th

Recommended for ages 9-14

In this class we will be working on adding more details into our art projects.  We will be exploring shading and painting landscapes while learning how to make our artwork more realistic.  We will be working on 3 main projects while learning how to to really refine our artistic knowledge and skills. 

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My Story as an Artist

I loved teaching art at a young age.  I would invite friends over to give them art lessons.  When my mom signed me up for art classes as a teenager I would spend most of my time giving the other students tips and pointers.  In High school I was awarded the Art Award for grade 10 and 12 

I was accepted into the Art and Photography program at BYU-I University where I both majored and minored in art. I was sad to find out that there were many skills and techniques that I was never taught in my many art classes as a kid.  These skills could have been easily taught at a young age and would have drastically improved my art.

I graduated in the top 3% of my class and was recommended by my professors to speak at graduation as the valedictorian for the Art Department.  Now, alongside my photography business, I teach all these skills and techniques that I learnt to give others an opportunity to bring out their best artist in themselves.