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The Art Studio NY

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We are so thankful for ART and for YOU! Without our amazing community we wouldn't be able to have so much creativity and inspiration for New Yorkers and New York artists.  

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"Push beyond your fears and go for it! Art can be such a great stress reliever and you never know until you try. TASNY is the best place to experience it as well!" - Jenny Casey 

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A dose of art each day is really IMPORTANT.  

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Jenny Casey is one of our very incredible students at The Art Studio NY. She exhibits her artwork in New York, and is currently taking Painting For The Next Level with instructor Edward Holland. 

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“How about we go somewhere where it’s always a party?” 

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This summer we've had so many wonderful students! Their creations wow'ed us and we can't wait to see what will come in the fall. From our drawing classes to our painting classes, each student created something unique.  

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Whether you started painting at age 1 or age 100, you can always learn and take away something from the process of creating. It really doesn't matter if you started using crayons or oils, pencils or brushes, or even if you began finger painting! The process of making art makes you FEARLESS. You may not have noticed how creativity is a form of risk taking, so we've rounded up some ideas. Feel free to send us more ways that ART has made you fearless. Contact us

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“When you draw an object, the mind becomes deeply, intensely attentive, and it’s that act of attention that allows you to really grasp something, to become fully conscious of it.” - Milton Glaser, Drawing Is Thinking 

MEMORY: Drawing is the oldest language. Even our language is composed of letters drawn on paper to form ideas. Not only is drawing a form of literacy, it also helps your memory! A study from Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology found that participants that doodled were 29% more likely to remember mundane information.  

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