In the beginning, children's drawings are linear, flat, and... stereotypical. By harnessing children's abilities to create real and imagined figures, we develop their creative and imitative abilities, as well as their concentration, and their capacity to elaborate their own projects.
After children have learned to copy linear figures, they seek to master three-dimensional objects, as much in the real world as in the mythical world. They are now able to imitate, not only the objects found in nature, but also other artistic styles from a myriad of cultures.
Teens explore the world in an increasingly analytical way. Their rationalization of the world requires them to learn classical drawing that is, at once, a matter of composition, line, and other elements of the artistic language. Hence, there are two sides to their educational objectives: developing their ability to represent the real world, and refraining from stifling the teen's innovative imagination.
Every person is talented when it comes to art: the trick is to develop every person's exploratory abilities. When tackling creation in the visual arts, adults already have their own artistic taste, and they either seek to find themselves in an existing style that they like, or conversely, borrow unusual paths to get there. Welcome to all of those who have always dreamed of pursuing the arts, but have hesitated to take the first step; we will be there to help you!