VISUAL ART CLASSES
Welcome to Ebb & Flow Studio for Primary and High-School students. The Studio is a small boutique studio taking groups up to 12 students. The doors of the studio open to my herb garden and Japanese pond for a calm, beautiful zen environment for students of all ages. The studio is fully equiped with air-conditioning, orthopaedic seating, tables, table easels, standing easels... whatever is required. All students start out as beginners and are taught real visual arts: drawing, painting, design, photography and some jewellery making, silver work and sometimes animation. Say hello to Bella and Ellie my therapy dogs that love to give cuddles during class. Kerry-Anne is a qualified teacher and is formally trained in visual arts and design.
Examples of students artworks. Primary Art is a popular class so book as available or better still join the waiting list for next term. Classes Thursdays in term, start 4pm 1.5 hours.
Examples of students artworks. High-School Art is a popular class too, so book as available or better still join the waiting list for next term. Classes Wednesdays or Fridays in term, start 3.30 or 4pm 2 hours.
Do you take beginners?
Yes, the classes are designed for students to learn foundation skills in drawing, painting etc.
Can I bring food?
Yes, kids and youth can bring snacks but nothing with nuts due to allergies!
Which class for me?
The Friday high-school class is for year 9, 10, 11, 12 predominantly and intermediate to experienced.
Do I bring anything?
Aprons or an old shirt is advised. High-school students need an A4 art diary.
Is my child ready?
8 years is when children can developmentally think in terms of shapes make up a whole.
Can I use NDIS funding?
Yes, you need to be self or plan managed and discuss your child's goals and individual needs.
Are the classes social?
Yes, social skills are fostered. Kids and youth also choose the music they want to listen to in class.
Which class for me?
The Wednesday high-school class is for year 6, 7, 8, 9 predominantly and beginners.
Getting to the Studio?
Most Primary school parents drop off. Some high-schools can get a bus to the Studio door.