Chelsea Fine Arts: Artistic Endeavour

Chelsea Fine Arts: Artistic Endeavour

Summer art classes for children

‘I believe that every child – whether naturally gifted or an absolute beginner – can learn to draw and paint,’ explains Stephanie Villalba of Chelsea Fine Arts. ‘If they follow a proven teaching method and receive personal attention, then they’ll develop the core skills without which creativity will always be limited.’

Based in a light, spacious studio just opposite Ravenscourt Park, Stephanie and her team of friendly, experienced tutors are inspiring children (ages 8-18) of all abilities to master classical artistic techniques. Over the summer school holidays (from 9 July-24 August), they will be running classes in which students work from observation using an exciting variety of media, from paint, pencil and pastel to charcoal and collage.

Each child is taught on an individual basis and all the necessary materials are provided. ‘Children love to draw realistically, especially in this age bracket. It’s wonderful to see their self-confidence grow and their happy faces when they leave our studio with their own newly framed work of art,’ says Stephanie. ‘It is a gift that will last them a lifetime.’

Chelsea Fine Arts – Ravenscourt Park
271-281 King Street,
London W6 9LZ

Chelsea Fine Arts – Chelsea
10 Chelsea Wharf,
15 Lots Road,
Chelsea, London SW10 0QJ

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