ABOUT THIS EVENT
Kids/FamilyNote: This is a multi-session event series. By purchasing the event package, you agree to sign up for all event dates included below.
This drawing and painting class will help your child sharpen their art skills while they develop their own sense of artistic style. We will be working on abstract concepts, landscapes, portraits and still life drawings and paintings. Children will learn basic techniques while creating their drawing and paintings. Composition, pencil and brush techniques, shading (highlights and shadows), color and proportions are just some of the many techniques we will work on in this class. This class will help your child take their art to the next level and you'll be amazed at what they bring home!
Session Dates all from 4 PM to 5:30 PM
*If someone misses a class as long as we are notified before the class starts they can attend a different class to make it up.
What to Bring
We provide all materials and smocksCancellation Policy
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
Unicoi Art Studio has been providing exceptional art activities for kids in Chicago since 1999. We were voted the best art classes in the city for 2008 and 2009, by the parents of Chicago (Nickelodeon’s Parents Picks Award). Unicoi’s mission is to “draw” out the imagination in every child, with projects designed to be informative, engaging and fun for children ages 3-15. We use premium quality artist materials, so at a young age the students experience rich colors, unusual textures and a variety of unique materials. Our teaching philosophy is for children to be able to use their creativity to explore the subjects that interest them and for our teachers to provide the safe and structured environment to support their exploration.
Judy Stipanuk received a minor in Industrial Design and a major in Photography as well as graduated with honors from the University of Illinois, Chicago. She moved to chicago in 1968 and began her career as one of Chicago’s first photo illustrators. During the 1970’s and 80’s, she won numerous awards for her covers for Chicago magazine. A brown pencil drawing, which she was commissioned to do for the Marque at Steppenwolf Theater, featuring a play about Scott Joplin, is in the permanent collection at the Dusable Museum in Chicago.