xtrArt offers schools, individuals and businesses, bespoke workshops in drawing, painting and basic hand building pottery. Either as one off team building sessions, or sustained private tuition, the workshops offer an entertaining and informative way to learn practical fundamental skills in art.
KS1 workshop - The Colour Wheel at The Rosary School in Belsize Park, London
xtrArt was given the use of the library at the The Rosary School which was spacious, bright and importantly had a sink. Here is how we set up the room in preparation for the children's arrival . . . . . . . .
The children followed instructions really well as they learnt about the primary colours and colour mixing (which they particularly enjoyed). The aim was to get them used to mixing with the palette knife and painting with the brush. Although it seems simple, it is easy to slip into using the brush to do all the jobs and turn the paint into one brown mushy mess. Here are some of the kids in action:
Here are some action shots of Sabrina mid-demonstration along with some of the children proudly displaying their work.
Private tuition is offered by Sabrina in the xtrArt studio which is situated in her peaceful garden in East Finchley. Here children are able to explore materials, ideas and work on projects either for their school portfolio presentation or personal development. All materials are provided and each child is given an xtrArt sketch book when joining which they are expected to use for homework set by xtrArt and bring to each lesson.
Age range from 6 to 18.
Price upon application and based on an hourly rate.
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