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The Drawing Room Art Studio is a privately owned art school run by six professional artists trained in a wide variety of specializations who live art and love teaching it. Our students, ranging from preschoolers to senior citizens, are all given an in-depth, age appropriate foundation in the principals and techniq… Read More
The Drawing Room Art Studio is a privately owned art school run by six professional artists trained in a wide variety of specializations who live art and love teaching it. Our students, ranging from preschoolers to senior citizens, are all given an in-depth, age appropriate foundation in the principals and techniques of the creative process in an environment that is warm, educational and fun. Our programs encourage students to think outside the box, grow in creativity, and express themselves confidently. Read Less
We work in a multitude of media at the Drawing Room, where all materials are included in the tuition. Pencils, charcoal, pen and ink, Chinese brush painting, hard and soft pastels, watercolor, acrylic, tempera, oils, fireable and self-drying clay, paper mache, design markers, mosaics, wood carving, collage and mix… Read More
We work in a multitude of media at the Drawing Room, where all materials are included in the tuition. Pencils, charcoal, pen and ink, Chinese brush painting, hard and soft pastels, watercolor, acrylic, tempera, oils, fireable and self-drying clay, paper mache, design markers, mosaics, wood carving, collage and mixed media. We also find creative uses for recycled materials incorporating them in printmaking and sculpture, teaching innovation and conservation. Read Less
Students develop their portfolios in yearlong weekday and weekend classes, as well as private lessons. It is recommended to begin this process in 7th grade for middle school students who want to attend a high school art program or as a junior for high school students who plan to study art on the college level. Our… Read More
Students develop their portfolios in yearlong weekday and weekend classes, as well as private lessons. It is recommended to begin this process in 7th grade for middle school students who want to attend a high school art program or as a junior for high school students who plan to study art on the college level. Our program gives direction and support to the portfolio student as they put together high-level creative and technical pieces to create a portfolio that will meet and exceed the school’s requirements. We help our students create an image and tell a story about themselves through their work. Portfolios usually have a theme that reflects the lifestyle, activities, and future artistic goals of each student. We provide complete writing services for essays, portfolio descriptions, artist statements, resumes, and photography for digital submission. Read Less
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