In 2013 I started offering 3 - Day Summer Art Workshops during the month of June. Each of the workshops were based on a popular children's movie. The entire art studio was decorated and snacks were included each day. Due to the success of the workshops I have continued to offer them during the summer.
In 2016 I began to offer 1 - Day Holiday Art Workshops. The workshops were similar to the 3 - day art workshops, based on movies, cartoons and even a board game. In the past we celebrated Halloween, Christmas, Valentines Day and Mother's Day.
In 2020 due to the Pandemic the art studio was shut down for six months and the Summer Art Workshops were cancelled. 2021 is a new year and I was able to offer a large number of 2 - Day Art Workshops in June and July. The art studio was bursting with students and most workshops sold out.
I am excited to to offer a large variety of art workshops for Summer of 2022. This year I will be offering 2-day and 1 -day Art workshops inspired by 4 popular movies.
If you have any questions or would like to register your child for an art class, please contact me.
~ Miss Jamie
My little princesses spent three mornings creating amazing art projects that were fit for a queen. They were greeted each morning by a humble art teacher who curtsied to them and called them "your highness".
For three days my art students created their own super heroes and villains paintings and prints. We immersed ourselves in the history of DC Comics and the Marvel Universe.
The art studio was transformed into a Winter Wonderland for my at students. They spent 3 days working on paintings of the beloved Frozen characters using lots of glitter snow paint.
The little Star Lords created paintings, masks and their own Baby Groot from Guardians of The Galaxy. During break they enjoyed Galactic cupcakes and starlight soda.
The art studio was transformed into Zootopia where animals live together in harmony. The students created masks and paintings inspired by the animals from Zootopia.
My art students were huge fans of Star Wars so I was inspired to create an art workshop. The highlight, by far were the Chebacca masks they created on the last day.
Due to the huge amount of students who signed up for the Moana Art Workshop I moved it to the garage. The art students wore lei's and flowers in their hair as they painted amazing paintings based on the movie popular movie.
Due to the popularity the garage was transformed into Gotham City where Lego Batman fights crime. The students wore batman capes and created paintings and masks based on the movie.
The art students wore masks to protect their identity while they created 3D sculptures of Dash and paintings of the rest of the amazing cast of the Incredibles 2 movie.
The art studio magically turned into Hogwarts Art School for Wizards. Each week they created art from the four houses; Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff. The students enjoyed drinking butter beer while creating different art projects each week.
"Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?" "SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS! SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS!" was yelled by all while my art students created 4 art projects in Bikini Bottom. Popsicles, goldfish crackers and SpongeBob candy were also enjoyed by all during our breaks.
The students learned about the long history of the rivalry between Tom & Jerry, 2D animation and slap stick comedy. They created 4 different art projects and then enjoyed ice pops, snacks and drinks at break.
The Minecraft Art Workshops were so popular that I had to continue to add dates through the month of July. The students created 2 art projects per day inspired by the popular game, Minecraft. At break we feasted on Creeper green popsicles, snacks and drinks.
The Minecraft Art Workshops were so popular that I had to continue to add dates through the month of July. The students created 2 art projects per day inspired by the popular game, Minecraft. At break we feasted on popsicles, snacks and drinks.
The students created 4 paintings of their favorite Marvel superheroes from the Avengers franchise. During our breaks we munched on Captain America popsicles and Comic book popcorn.
The Grinch may have stolen Christmas but he did not steal our Christmas cheer. The students once again ate cookies and drank cocoa while creating a painting, a wreath and an ornament.
The studio was transformed into one of the locations in Coco. The students painted a guitar, and created 2 paintings while they snacked on churros and frothy drinks.
My art students were encouraged to wear pajamas before boarding the Polar Express Train. They created 2 paintings and an ornament while sipping hot cocoa and eating holiday treats.
Oversized candy covered the walls, turning the art studio into the actual Candyland game. The students ate lots of candy and created candy inspired valentine cards and paintings.
My art students sang along to the music from the Nightmare Before Christmas while creating 2 original paintings from the iconic movie. During the break we had Halloween candy.
My art students created 2 art projects for their mothers and designed original Mother's Day cards. We wrapped the gifts so their mothers would be surprised on their special day. At the last 20 minutes of the workshop they had drinks and appetizers with their mothers.
The students were thrilled to create masks, paintings and glass ornaments of their favorite characters from the movie, Transylvania 3. During break they munched on spooky cookies and monster punch.