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Term 3 - Learn to Draw and Paint Classes - Friday evening

Fine Art Stella Kypriotis • Woodbine 2560star5.0(View 5 reviews)

Overview

    These classes are great for beginners interested in learning to draw/and or paint, improving their drawing skills, learning about how colour works, while at the same time improving their concentration levels, social skills and increase their confidence while meet new like-minded friends in a supportive and comfortable environment.

    I will teach them to learn to paint from life, photos and/or using their imagination while using different mediums such as soft pastels, oil pastels, watercolours, acrylic paints, charcoals and pencils. All these will be supplied by myself. I may request that they may buy a canvas during the term, in which I can supply them with.

    Terms & Conditions:
    In case classes in cancelled the deposit will be transferred to other sessions.
    Guidelines
    Parents/guardians are not to be present in the room during class.

Woodbine NSW 2560, Australia

7 - 14 years old

0 hour

Where to find us

Woodbine NSW 2560, Australia

About the provider

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Fine Art Stella Kypriotis

5.0 out of 5 (View 5 reviews)

Stella Kypriotis is a contemporary realist artist based in Sydney. She is passionate about teaching children how to draw and paint and loves to bring out the artistic expression in them.


As a young child, Stella had a longing to create anything, she enjoyed making something out of nothing which gave her a sense of satisfaction. She would sit at her mothers sewing machine for hours at a time, and try to design a dress for her dolls with the left over material her mum was ready to scrap. Her favourite subject in school was arts, and Stella loved listening to the teachers stories about the history of art. Her teacher asked the students to paint something which they felt connected to. Stella went on to paint a large canvas of Crying Girl, by Roy Lichtenstein, which was her 1st ever painting, it was as if she knew from then, it was what she wanted to continue to do.


During her career life she worked in various office roles, which didn't leave room for her creativity. She then decided to work in an art-shop to help her further explore that field. Stella decided to enrol in art-classes with artist Christopher Vidal to learn to draw and paint in oils, and would then practice what she would learn for many hours a day to better her skill in drawing and painting.


CHILDREN'S ART CLASSES

Children's Art Classes for ages 8-14yrs are held in South-West Sydney.


These classes are great for beginners interested in learning to draw or paint. It will help them improve their creative skills in a supportive and comfortable environment.


Your child will learn to paint from life, still life, photos and their imagination using pencils, pastels, watercolour or acrylic paintings.



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Reviews

5 out of 5 from 5 reviews on Kidsbook

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by Louisa M

There's no greater joy then seeing your child discover and grow in something they thoroughly enjoy. Its more than just creative arts, its building friendships with other children and exploring differe...

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by Louisa M

*MORE THAN WORTHWHILE* Since starting art classes with Stella my girls have developed a newfound love and appreciation for art. I never knew the depth of interest and creativity they had in them until...

5 out of 5

by Michelle T

Amazing work, my nieces loved their time learning to paint shades and definitely enjoyed their painting of the Sunset. Highly recommend 🔥

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Thank u very much for your lovely comment, so glad they enjoyed it.

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