Whether your little ones are showing every indication of becoming the next Jackson Pollock or they just like to get their hands colorful and messy, this class is the perfect extracurricular activity to engage their creativity.
Though watercolor and gouache share similarities, the primary difference is that gouache is more opaque. Its higher opacity gives it a matte finish, allowing it to pop in photographs, while watercolor has a luminous quality.
In this 2-hour, group class, the instructor will guide your kid through every step until they transform their white canvas into a treasured art piece. Not only will they become more familiar with shapes, sizes, and patterns, they will also learn how to express themselves creatively and improve their concentration skills. Kids are expected to complete one painting in one session and can choose to book from 1, 3 or 5 sessions depending on the number of paintings they'd like to create.
All materials will be provided
All sessions are valid for 90 days upon booking
5 - 14 years old
First Clique Marina Square Café & Restaurant
Marina Blue Building 8