Pupils are taught how to produce successful and interesting art, using a variety of materials, processes and techniques through a series of structured and guided practical workshops. Pupils work week by week, slowly building towards a finished piece of work. We also work regularly in sketchbooks. Previous topics include Modigliani inspired self portraits in acrylic, Patrick Caulfield style interiors and Surrealist Photomontage.

Courses run for half an academic term. (or slightly shorter)

Class time options:

Mondays 3.45pm – 5pm

Tuesdays 4pm – 5.15pm

Thursdays 4pm – 5.15pm

Fridays 3.45pm – 5pm

Saturdays & Sundays Closed

Appropriate for children aged 6 – 10 years

PLEASE NOTE: our next term has been postponed until further notice. Click here for more details.

When it returns, our next term will be based on the work of the Swedish artist, Hilma af Klint, whose dazzlingly colourful abstract paintings predate Wassily Kandinsky’s abstract period, yet who, until relatively recently, was largely unknown. In 2018, an exhibition of her work broke the attendance record at the Guggenheim in New York and became one of the most critically acclaimed in its history, helping put af Klint at the forefront of the abstract movement.