1.Q:How often and how long are classes?
A: Classes are once a week for one hour for younger students and range from 1 1/2-2 hrs for high school students and adults
2.Q: How are semesters divided and what is learned in a semester?
A: Usually a semester is divided into 8 classes over a period of 8 weeks depending on the time of year and the Holiday schedule.
In each class we learn something new. Sometimes a project can take more then one class. Students will learn all the fundamentals of painting and drawing as well as art history and the numerous styles of art from realism to cubism. We use watercolors, acrylics, oil and chalk pastel, charcoal, graphite, colored pencil… and more.
3. Q: How big are the classes?
A: Classes are small with no more than 10 students per class. This allows each student to receive all the attention necessary to succeed.
4. Q: How many projects are completed in a semester?
Younger classes complete a project in 2-3 classes. The constant change in subject matter allows for the maximum amount of material that can be covered in a limited amount of time. This also prevents younger students from growing bored or frustrated with spending too many classes on one piece. Older students, who have more patience, will work on more complicated subject matter and will, therefore, spend more classes per project.
5. Q: When does my child bring home his/her artwork?
A: Students take home their artwork when it is completed or finished drying.
6. Q: Where are your classes located?
A: My studio is located in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
7. Q: What ages are the classes for?
A:There are classes for boys and girls as well as adult classes. Boys ages 6-12 Girls ages 6 & up.
8. Q: How do I register for classes?
A: You can fill out the Registration form Here. Sending in the registration form does not finalize a position in the class. It simply lets me know that you are interested. Classes fill up quickly and are not always available. I will notify you upon receiving the registration form if there is room in the classes.