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Inspired by Kandinsky and O'Keefe

Our Modern Art Summer Art Intensive is underway and the projects look amazing!  On day 1, our students created these awesome pieces which were inspired by Kandinsky's Squares with Concentric Circles.


Day 2 was flower-filled!  Check out these beautiful hand-painted tote bags inspired by Georgia O'Keefe.


Check back later this week to see the rest of the awesome projects!

If you missed out on this camp, we'll be holding a Pop Art Summer Art Intensive from July 30 to August 3.  Register using the link below!

Go big!

At our Large Canvas Painting Summer Art Intensive!  

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Choose any subject, learn how thumbnails lead to better composition, study how color can influence mood and create harmony, see how scale affects composition when transferring the final composition to an 18" x 24" canvas and, finally, practice brushwork and acrylic painting techniques.

We will show you how to take your work from sketch to canvas!

Step by step, we guide you through the process of blowing up your imagination into a beautiful work of art!

Added bonus?  Have fun with friends.

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We are holding two sessions so you will be sure to find one to fit your schedule!  Join us from June 11 to June 15 or July 23 to July 27.

It's your birthday! It's your birthday!

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We are happy to announce that parties are now available on Sundays!  

Meet us at Marengo!

This past weekend, Art/Work/Place spent some time at the Westridge Summer Opportunities Fair and the Valentine's Day Boutique, giving out information on our 2018 Summer Art Intensives! We had a blast meeting and chatting with everyone!  

If you are near Marengo Elementary School tomorrow night, February 7, please stop by our booth at the Marengo Summer Enrichment Fair.  We'd love to meet you!

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Fine Arts instruction found to have a positive effect on academic success.

A study done by Steven N. Kelly, Ph.D. has found that students who enroll in art lessons benefit in unexpected ways.  Continued participation in art classes was found to increase graduation rates as well as decrease dropout rates.

Unlike other academic pursuits, every student who participated in continued art classes received the same benefits, not just the talented students.  This positive by-product of taking art lessons shows up as higher math and verbal scores on the SAT, and positive social behavior.  According to Steven Kelly's study, there are few other areas in the typical academic curriculum that provides the same type of comprehensive overall growth and learning in the same way as taking regular art lessons.

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Join our Give/Take Event on Sunday, January 28 to begin your child's Fine Arts Instruction!

Looking for the perfect gift for your loved ones?

Give them the gift of art!  

What child doesn't love Christmas?  The excitement of opening up a surprise, wrapped in ribbon, hoping that it's the one thing that you really, really wanted!  This year, make your child even happier on Christmas morning by giving them a gift that they can enjoy over and over again!

Give your child the gift of weekly art lessons at art/work/place.  They'll have fun every week and will gain something that will be theirs forever - artistic talent!