Art School – explore. create. grow

Term 1, 2017. Classes will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays.

Term classes run once a week for 8 consecutive weeks. 3.30-4.45pm

Starting Monday 13th, Tuesday 14th, Wednesday 15th February.
Held at Masonic Lodge,1 Dunmore Street, Wanaka.

$165 Includes all materials.

‘Kiwiana paradise’:

This term children will look at my work as a model and starting point for their own paintings and drawings. I will guide them to explore our colourful world of NZ Native flora and fauna and native birds.  They will draw and paint their own interpretation of a ‘Kiwiana Paradise’.

Focusing on shapes, design and colour effects, children will enjoy using professional artist painting mediums that are rich in pigment and come in a range of vibrant colours.  Masterpieces will be made on 100% cotton and acid free water colour paper which will last a lifetime.I will guide your child to express their creative voice and at the end of the 8 week course they will have a professional quality painting completed to a high standard, which they feel proud to take home.
Limited spaces. Book here

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CHILDREN’S COURSE: ‘YOUNG DESIGNERS’

$165.00

Term 4, 2016. Saturday 29th October 9.30am – 10.45am or Wednesdays 26th October  3.30 – 4.45pm (6 weeks)
Wanaka Arts Centre , $165 Includes all materials

‘Young Designers’:
Drawing upon your child’s infinite well of creativity, with wild imaginations children will create their own intuitive abstract designs.

Focusing on shapes, design and colour effects, children will enjoy using professional artist painting mediums that are rich in pigment and come in a range of vibrant colours.  Masterpieces will be made on 100% cotton and acid free water colour paper which will last a lifetime.I will guide your child to discover their creative voice and at the end of the 6 week course they will have a professional quality work of art completed to a high standard, which they feel proud to take home.
Limited spaces. Book here

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– Nurture students to discover their artistic talent

– Spark enthusiasm to produce artworks of extremely high standard

– Encourage students to reach artistic potential

– Introduce role-model artists to encourage learning of fine art techniques and styles

Inky Fingers director, Hollie O’Neill (aka Hollie McLean) is a qualified teacher (Bachelor of Education), also trained in Fine Art and Visual Communications at Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design.  She has taught at Primary Schools and as an Art Specialist Teacher and opened Inky Fingers Art School in 2002 in Auckland.  She is also a professional Artist, exhibiting in many galleries and design stores through out New Zealand.  Hollie has twice been a finalist for the prestigious ‘NZ Painting and Printmaking Award’.

To view her work visit: www.hollieoneill.com

“Hollie inspires the children she teaches to let loose their creative energies and explore new, exciting ways to express themselves through art. With her guidance, they make their ideas ‘come to life’ and gain the confidence to try new things, always with wonderful results.

Hollie has a natural affinity in working with children of all ages and her enthusiasm is boundless. I am delighted that she is to offer classes again and my daughter is eagerly looking forward to spending many more happy years with Hollie, learning, creating and enjoying the pleasure of her company.”   Deborah Rainham, parent of student

Please phone Hollie ONeill for enquiries:
INKY FINGERS:
M: +64 21 535 217
E: inkyfingersartschool@gmail.com

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