Kids' 6 Week Virtual Watercolor Course

Update: In session, new dates are coming soon. Stay tuned!
Due to the high demand, we're looking to add additional times. Join our free waitlist and leave the day and time preferred to take this course in the comments section at checkout. We'll reach out to you soon to let you know what dates have been added. Thank you all for your interest! 
Looking for something to keep your kiddos entertained, and teach them some new art skills? We're super excited to announce our first 6 weeks live virtual art class for kids! This fun and engaging watercolor painting class will meet for one hour each week. Instructor Victoria Elizabeth will introduce students to different artists, styles, and watercolor painting techniques so kids can create their own unique works of art. We've put together an exclusive art box with everything that kids need for this class, and it's already included in the course cost. It doesn't get any easier than this! 
Week 1 - Watercolor Techniques followed by painting. 
Week 2 - Georgia Okeefe Lesson - Flower Painting
Week 3 - Rainbow Giraffe Painting 
Week 4 - Rothko Lesson - Abstract Painting
Week 5 - Van Gough Lesson - Landscape Painting 
Week 6 - Fruit Still Life Painting     
  • Ages 8 to 13
  • Class sizes are limited to 12 kids, with 2 instructors
  • The 6-week course starts on Thursday, September 10th from 3:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Exclusive watercolor art box includes (1) Art Philosophy high-quality set of 24 pan watercolors, (10) assorted round pointed nylon bristle brushes, (1) Cranson 9x12 30 sheets 140 lb watercolor paper tablet, (1) Pasler Professional 2H pencil, (1) a metal pencil sharpener, (1) Prismacolor ArtGum eraser. This box is valued at $70!
  • Reduced rates for siblings, the second child is $200

About the instructor: 

Victoria Elizabeth is a nationally exhibited and internationally published watercolor fine artist. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Art in Chicago with a BFA Specializing in Watercolor Painting. Her current body of work draws inspiration from roses and how time changes them. She is a member of the Nature Artists’ Guild of The Morton Arboretum. 

 

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