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The Art Studio NY

#1 Rated Art Classes in New York City!

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Not only do enriching art classes take place in our Upper West Side art studio, we bring our art classes to schools, libraries and businesses throughout the New York City area! It's an absolute pleasure to teach hundreds of children about art, self-expression, and personal creativity at the 22 various branches of the Queens Library system. Some of the kids we teach do not have art offered in school, and our art classes are their opportunity to tap into their inner-artists. These spirited pastel paintings are inspired by aboriginal animal art.  

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Kids away at camp? Get creative with the letters you write them! When I went to sleep away camp as a child, receiving mail was a highlight. These days, with email and texts, we have forgotten the art of writing letters. Pull out your colored pencils and tap into your creativity while writing letters to your loved ones this summer. It's not only fun for them, it's fun for YOU. 

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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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Do you remember your first art class? Maybe you got to play with some crayons or finger paint. You felt free, excited, maybe even a little nervous. You were thinking, "What is this odd texture?" "What should I draw?" You went for it! There were no expectations to be perfect, no rules, except maybe trying not to spill all the glue. You were having a great time, and no matter what you created, it was perfect in your eyes. What happened as you got older? There were more rules. You were taught to color within the lines, that an apple can't be purple, it's red or green. Basically, your imagination was slowly being "corrected."  

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"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." -Pablo Picasso 

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