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"Art has always been an important part of my life both professionally and personally. Art allows kids to express themselves and solve problems creatively. I love watching their skills grow and their confidence soar." Kristina Massey Owner/Teacher

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Valentine Prints

Valentine Prints

Feb 10, 2018 | No Comments

Students who finished early this week were able to make Valentine Prints.  We drew our designs on styrofoam sheets with a ball point pen.  Then we colored them with washable markers.  After a quick spray of water, we printed them on watercolor paper.  Printmaking is always so much fun.  I love the moment of anticipation […]

Matisse’s Apples

Matisse’s Apples

Feb 10, 2018 | No Comments

We spent the last two classes of this session learning about Matisse and painting apples inspired by his “Apples on a Table.”  Our focus on this project was on mixing colors and creating shadows and highlights.  We discussed how Matisse distorted the perspective intentionally as part of his composition.  Before we drew the apples, we […]

Snowy Landscapes

Snowy Landscapes

Jan 19, 2018 | No Comments

I taught this project to a group of adults in December.  That project really turned out great, so I decided to teach it to my K-6 classes.  I can’t believe how well they did!  Even my very youngest students (several 5 yr olds) did an amazing job.  This project included so much:  watercolor techniques (wet […]


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    - Sierra J.

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    - Lauren T.

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    - Morgan T.

  • “Thank you very much for the wonderful art lessons.  I enjoyed receiving those treasures that my boys would bring home.  You ignited great things in my boys.”

    - Melissa A.


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