Unfortunately I currently cannot accept new students.
I highly recommend: seufertart.com
Bucks Community College has summer art camps too.
CLASS INFO: Classes are held September through May starting shortly after Labor Day and ending the week before Memorial Day. Students 4th grade and up learn the fundamentals of good drawing skills while exploring various art mediums including but not limited to pencil, charcoal, pastel, acrylic on canvas, and watercolor. (No crafts) This is a traditional fine art drawing and painting class geared towards having fun and building confidence. Small class sizes of 6 students or less ensures individual attention and that students progress at their own pace. Each class is made up of students of mixed ages and skill levels. We do not all copy the same sample painting in these classes. Every art project is customized to your child's interests! Students are encouraged to invest their time and effort into producing quality art as opposed to quantity - this is not a race.
ART FOR A CAUSE: Each spring we have an "Art for A Cause" themed art show held at Countryside Gallery in historic Newtown in early June. Art can do more than decorate! Art can educate, influence and inspire. I encourage students to use art to raise awareness and support the causes that they are passionate about in a positive and proactive way.
Art Lessons for Kids
with local artist Bonnie Porter
Instructor's Portfolio including designs for Lenox: bonnieporter.com
Nurture a productive pastime
that can last a lifetime!
Above: Some of our participants in the Middletown Grange Fair Art Show
Double Click image below to view all artwork
from PORTRAITS OF CHANGE:
A few of our past art show themes:
"Discovering America's Treasures Through Art": A tribute to our National Park System
"Portraits of Change": A tribute to individuals who took great risks to stand up for peace, equality, helping those who cannot help themselves and embracing each others differences. The art show was a fundraiser for The Peace Center of Langhorne's antibullying school programs. To get involved or donate click here: www.thepeacecenter.org
"One Planet": wildlife vulnerable to climate change. Students raised awareness concerning the impact that global warming is having on wildlife. Participating students were recognized in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick! Click this link to view the YouTube Video:
To Make a donation to The World Wildlife Fund click here:
June 2019: "HOME" - show to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Bucks