TRADITIONAL LESSONS FOR CHILDREN
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The Brooklyn Art School offers traditional art training for children (first grade and up). Students learn various old master techniques, from measuring and shading to grid transfers and hand control. Once a sufficient command of the craft is displayed, students may advance to other mediums, such as charcoal, etching, pen and ink, or painting. Students will also acquire a knowledge of art history, as well as how to critique art. With practice, students will acquire the skills necessary for expression.
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As you can see in the photos below, students as young as 7 are drawing and painting well beyond their age. This is due to my innovative exercises, which simplify complex techniques so that any child can understand them. In just a few lessons, I guarantee that your budding artist will show remarkable improvements with their work.
Classes are held at Artist and Craftsman Supply Park Slope, located at 307 2nd St. This convenient location can accommodate 10 students at a time. Occasional field trips take place at the Brooklyn Museum, Botanical Gardens, and Prospect Park.
Andrew Carr (RISD ‘06) is a Brooklyn based artist who has been teaching children how to draw since 2009. He has developed an innovative course curriculum that simplifies the complexities of the medium for kids.
Artist & Craftsman Supply
307 2nd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Sunday: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm