MULTI-AWARD WINNING ART CLUBS!

These multi-award winning Art Clubs are for children aged 4-11 years old and are held in schools and public venues. Clubs are fun and interactive with clear learning objectives designed to develop important skills such as colour, shade, line, shape, form, tone & space. Children work with qualified artists and artist grade materials which support students in their creative development. No, you wont find poster paint here! You can either book the whole course or trial it for a session. 

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June-July
Dr Seuss

Theodor Seuss Geisel was an American children’s author, political cartoonist, and animator. He is known for his work writing and illustrating more than 60 books under the pen name Doctor Seuss. Students will make copies of some of Dr Seuss’ most famous characters including Sam-I-Am, Thing and Grinch. Art work will be on quality A2 paper in colour pencils and water colour paints.

– learn about illustration
– learn how to draw in details
– learn how to create characters
– learn how to use pencil and paint
– learn how to create story
– learn how to blend colours
– learn how to shade
– learn how to be an artist!

September-October
Rosa Bonheur
‘Neigh, Baaaa, Oink!’

Rosa Bonheur was a French artist and sculptor, known for her artistic realism of both native and exotic animals. You can find her work in the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Bonheur was widely considered to be the most famous female painter during the nineteenth century. Students will learn about Bonheur as well as proud a stunning work of art on farm yard animals such as a cow, donkey, pig and sheep using chalk pastels and charcoal. Art work will be on quality A2 pastel paper.

 

– learn about Bonheur and art history
– learn how to draw in detail
– learn how to use chalk pastels
– learn how to draw animals
– learn how to use charcoal
– learn how to outline your work
– learn how to shade and use tone
– learn how to be an artist!

November-December
Georges Seurat
‘A Day at the Beach’

Georges-Pierre Seurat was a French post-Impressionist artist. He is best known for devising the painting technique known as Pointillism – tiny dots of various pure colours, which become blended in the viewer’s eye. It was developed by Seurat with the aim of producing a greater degree of luminosity and brilliance of colour. Students will learn about Seurat and Pointillism as well as create a masterpiece beach scene from the year 1884 using this technique. Art work will be on quality A2 card using acrylic paint.

 

– learn about Seurat and Pointillism
– learn how to draw shapes
– learn how to use Pointillism
– learn how to use acrylic paint
– learn how to mix colours
– learn how to create shadows
– learn how to be an artist!

What they say about arty amber

  • “My son has been attending the art class at his school and I can’t believe the artwork he’s been doing! He can’t wait to go each week, he just loves it!”

    Joanna Mills, mum of Tyler (8 years)

  • “My children took part in the school holiday programme at their school, its so nice to have art as a proper option for them, they thoroughly enjoyed it, we’ll be back for more”

    Georgie Sansom, mum of Chloe & Mia (6 & 8 years)

  • “Art class is so good for the children, my son has enjoyed it so much and has produced something I never thought he would produce”

    Caroline Tuey, mum of Ben (8 years)

  • “Thanks for providing this art club. Nathan absolutely loves this club and his drawings are always amazing”

    Eli Rainbow, father of Nathan (5 years)