Addy, Caylen and Delaney’s private lessons

Tuesdays in July starting on the 13th , we will meet for drawing lessons at my home from 12:30-1:30PM.

Summer is a busy time for all and we will gather together for an hour to continue our love for drawing with the opportunity of painting once or twice in August.

We will meet outside weather permitting and inside if it is raining at class time.

Please have your child bring a mask if they are not vaccinated.

Please purchase the right ticket below.

Some are for 3 weeks and some two in July

James March drawing lessons

Tuesdays from 4:30-6pm

During spring break 11-12:30 or a late morning time that works for your family

We will not hold class on March 23rd at 4:30 due to a previous commitment,

This month will only be :

March 2nd

March9th

March16th

March 30th

The Reward of Private Art Lessons

The reward of treating yourself to something comes with age. We earned the reward with hard work and therefore, the thrill of receiving it is so much sweeter. When we allow ourselves time to focus on our own needs, we want that reward to be fulfilling and special, like taking private art lessons.

Taking art lessons when you are an adult is satisfying on many levels. The first reason is that we are making time for enrichment and knowledge. Second, we are looking for new experiences that open us up to growth. Lastly, we have a need to create or nurture an inner voice or creativity.

 

Of course, this does not mean you’re an artist looking for a formal education. Private art lessons mean different things to different people. It can be that one thing you do for yourself for no other reason than to explore a new world or activity. Art can also be as important as exercise when it comes to wellness. As we age and take control of our free time we look more to mental and physical health. I have often heard from my adult students  that it “clears their mind” and is “relaxing” after class.

In fact, according to Psychology Today’s article on art making and stress reduction, adults may experience a measurable reduction in their cortisol levels after a 45-minute art making session. Cortisol is often defined as a “stress hormone” that is correlated with levels of stress in the body. So, we suggest that along with that Paleo diet and yoga or Pilates, a private art lesson or two might just be what the doctor ordered.

During your private are lessons, you will be catered to and creatively met at your level. Art is personal with us and we customize your learning to draw paint or print so it inspires you and helps create lifelong learning. Why not try a class?! We even accommodate your time. After all,  time is the most precious commodity we have…well, that’s what we have learned now that we are older and wiser. Contact me for more information on private art classes.

Get out and get creative,