Workshop Format & Gallery

WORKSHOP FORMAT:
We feel that the Art of the Masters program format is the BEST one out 
there when it comes to senior art services. During our lecture portion of the class, residents enjoy learning something new about our featured artists. Then during our hands-on portion, they will have fun while creating their very own masterpiece. 

Our programs are anywhere between 1 - 1 1/2 hours long and follow the below format:
10% Presentation (5 - 15 minutes):
Residents learn about the history of our feature artist through our lecture (basic biography of artist). During this time, they will also have a chance to see some of the artist's work through large posters and prints which will be supplied by the instructor. 
* Unlimited amount of residents can sit in during the presentation.

90% Hands-On (45 - 60 minutes):
This is what we feel makes the Art of the Masters Program different from other art programs. During this time, your residents will take part in a hands-on project which will be in the likeness of the featured artist. Our caring, friendly & patient instructors will guide your residents each step of the way, while allowing their own creativity to come out and shine. * IMPORTANT NOTE: Hands on section is limited to 16 residents.  This is done to ensure that our instructors have enough time to work with each student on a one-on-one basis during the class.
At the end of the class, your residents will leave with their very own masterpiece that they created!


WORKSHOP GOALS:

  1. To enjoy and learn something new about our featured artist. 
  2. To take part in the arts and find that they can and do enjoy participating. 
  3. To feel good about what they accomplish during the class.
  4. To build confidence in themselves and have fun in the process.
  5. To build a personal relationship with their instructor which they will enjoy for years.
The above goals are very important to us and we know that together we 
can achieve them and have fun in the process.




Every workshop we offer is unique.  We explore several styles and offer a wide range of media.
This keeps our clients excited for their next experience with us.  
Our workshops provide an opportunity for clients to experience what it's like to create artwork independently and also as a group.

Here are some of the media we use with our clients: 

Tempera Paints 
Watercolor Paints
Gouache Paints
Acrylic Paints
Soft Pastels
Oil Pastels
Mosaics
Print Making
Sculpture: Clay 
Sculpture: Wire
Paint Markers
Paper Collage

These pieces were created during independent projects (everyone creates their own piece):


These pieces were created during group projects (everyone works together to create a united piece):