with EPIC Art Classes
Motivated by a personal desire to introduce children to art elements, mediums, techniques, and history, I started teaching art to children in Hawaii several years ago. Today, with the demand of project based education and a decline of art in school, I continue to provide art classes for children in the Waipio EPIC Foundation art room right across from Hopaco and around the corner from Costco.
Check out my upcoming classes below!
Due to COVID-19, all students must wear a mask and wash their hands upon entering EPIC Art.
2021 EPIC Art Classes
4 Week Sessions
for ages 6 and up
Wednesday or Thursday classes
Limit 6 in a class
for ages 5-7
Limit 4 in a class
Saturday Art Day Camps
for ages 6 and up, unless specified
Limit 6 in a class
Saturday classes in Moiliili coming soon!
A study of a Cezanne still life with apples and pears
A value study of an outdoor space using charcoal
A graphite drawing of a collaborative still life containing objects that each student brought
After drawing the wolf, this student had to create a setting for her wolf.
A family portrait created collaging and shaping black roofing paper and acrylic paint
A miniature sculpture of a family pet created from using polymer clay and paint
An end-of-the-semester student painting using acrylic paint
A still life study of the student's personal objects.
A one point perspective drawing using black watercolor and colored pencils
An acrylic painting on a gessoed board made by a student as a final project
Focusing on positive and negative spaces, this is a charcoal drawing of a skeleton.
A colored pencil drawing focusing on the beautiful quilt patterns that are a traditional art in Hawaii
A table top still life graphite drawing filled with the students' personal objects
This is a student's final work using acrylic paint. She chose to do a study of a favorite painting.
A block print created from a mono print background with a block printed turtle
a black and white Hawaiian landscape drawing using charcoal
A layered colored pencil painting of Hawaii's state flower, the Hibiscus
This is a color value study using oil pastels on a piece of black roof paper.