– Pablo Picasso –

“Every child is an artist.

The problem is to remain an artist once they grow up?”

No art backgrounds? No talent? No confidence in painting? Do not worry, all you need is passion and patience.  We believe that everyone has the ability to create wonderful art pieces. We will provide you with the right instructor and guidance needed. There is never an age limit in learning art. Our members' age ranges from 6 to 70 years of age.

Come join us and learn the different mediums and techniques from our very experienced senior artist instructor. You will realize that everyone can paint. 

Call us now for more information and start living a colorful life today!

4 to 6 yrs.

Drop off Class
Batch of > 5

Introduction:
Children will be introduced to Art at 6 years old, learning about shapes, mixing colors and techniques like printing. As they progress through their artistic education, they’ll learn more about the history of art, famous artists and styles of art and design. At the same time, they’ll be developing their skills in a range of artistic techniques like drawing, painting and illustration.


Allowing children to explore different artistic styles and develop a personal taste. There are no formal assessments for this subject, ensuring children can grow as artists in a relaxed and enjoyable environment.

Experiencing is a fun part of the artistic process, where children will come up with ideas for their artwork and experiment to find what they like and don’t like.

Younger children might be encouraged to explore the world around them or focus on things they experience through their senses. Older children can explore different art, media and technologies from different times and cultures. Students should record their experiences and use them to inform their work.

To develop children’s technical skills and equip them with the artistic knowledge they need to progress onto Lower Secondary Art and Design. Children will be introduced to crafts, drawing, painting, printing, and more!

Learning to create a piece of artwork is a fantastic skill for children, which they will use throughout their lives. Not only will Art and Design lessons improve children’s creativity and imagination, but art can also be therapeutic, helping them to relax and calm down.

What’s more, for young children starting out on their schooling journey, Art and Design can help them to practice key skills like coordination, pencil control and fine motor skills. These will help them to excel in lots of subjects like English, Music and Physical Education.

Plus, Art and Design projects can help children to become independent thinkers who learn to solve their own problems and use their initiative. Children will feel a sense of achievement when they see their finished piece.

Course Topics:
Lesson 1: Introduction to Drawing
Lesson 2: The tools artists use to draw
and How to Use Them

Lesson 3: Looking at Things You Can Draw
Lesson 4: Seeing the World as an Artist
Lesson 5: Drawing Lines
Lesson 6: Lights and Shadows
Lesson 7: Shading
Lesson 8: Texture
Lesson 9: Trees and Flowers
Lesson 10: Drawing Animals
Lesson 11: Drawing People

Learning Outcomes:
By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify the tools you'll need -- and how to use them. Identify things you can draw. Demonstrate drawing lines. Demonstrate drawing lights and shadows. Demonstrate shading techniques. Demonstrate texture use in drawing. Demonstrate drawing perspectives. Know composition and planning drawings. Demonstrate drawing memories. Demonstrate drawing a still life. Demonstrate drawing trees, flowers, and animals. Demonstrate drawing people, and Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.

That said, don't expect to be a master artist after you finish this course. Instead, expect to have the knowledge and training you need to continue to draw and learn to bring the scenes you see in your daily life to paper. You'll be able to draw whatever you see, and you'll have the knowledge to perfect the image. So, sit back and relax. You're not going to be judged or graded on your skill, only if you try and follow the criteria for the assignment. The only grade you'll receive will be based upon your comprehension of the techniques and information we present. Your skill is something that will improve over time, and you'll be able to refer to this course whenever you want in the future.

7 to 12 yrs.

Drop off Class
Batch of > 5

Introduction:
Long before I was a parent, I was an art teacher. I taught elementary and middle school art, and then moved into the field of learning in major institutions which is where AmritaParyani.ART was born. While many of you are parents like me, I know that a fair number of our readers are also homeschoolers and/or educators. Because I love this stuff, and I know that many of you do too, I compiled this growing list of the best art education.

Art means exploring, experimenting, expressing and desiring through a gamut of colors, representing myriad emotions of the students and the teachers as well.

Learning to draw is a process, even if it is a fun one. In this course, you're going to learn the processes and techniques that gave rise to some of the most talented artists in the world. What you're going to learn over the fifteen lessons will be in-depth, professional information. It can be comparable to signing up for an art class at a large university.

When I was teaching art to hundreds of children, one of my favorite ways to teach children how to use paints was to begin with kid-friendly subjects like fish, butterflies, or flowers. In fact, I have so many projects based on these subjects that it’s almost dizzying!
Designed for children who may not have an art teacher guiding them through the steps, this project is perfect for parents hoping to create a little magic at home for CBSE and ICSE Grade 10th or less Kids.

In this strand, children will learn to use a range of tools and techniques to create artwork. They're given the opportunity to showcase their skills and use their imagination to create incredible pieces.

Children will be expected to make art with increasing skill and confidence as they progress through the stages, learning to select the right materials and media for the purpose of the art. We’ve created a range of Making resources, designed to support children as they explore different artistic techniques and develop their own style.

Course Topics:
Lesson 1: Introduction to Drawing
Lesson 2: The Tools You'll Need and How to Use Them
Lesson 3: Values of colors, lights and shadows
Lesson 4: Types of Shading and how to create them.
Lesson 5: Types of Texture and how to create them.
Lesson 6: Perspectives
Lesson 7: Composition and Planning Drawings
Lesson 8: Drawing Memories
Lesson 9: Drawing a Still Life
Lesson 10: Types of Art

Learning Outcomes:
AmritaParyani.ART's Junior Art curriculum is broad-based and progressive, specially designed to allow students to acquire, master and build a strong foundation with the required art skill sets and techniques. Artworks in the curriculum have been carefully curated for students’ essential exploration of not only art, but through global themes, of the world around.
Our Junior Art curriculum is specially designed to help students achieve Expert Achievement Levels set out in
CBSE and ICSE 10th grade

Unit 1 - Fundamentals of Visual Arts
Unit 2 - Methods and Materials of Painting
Understanding and appropriate use of:
1. Tools
2. Painting Materials - Poster Colors, Water Colors, Oil Pastels and Pencils
3. Transparent and Opaque colors and techniques.
4. Sketching from Nature and Imagination
5. Still Life and
6. Painting composition. Story of Indian Art covering painting, sculpture and architectural glimpses.

UNIT-III: Story of Indian Art
1. Appreciation of Indian Art covering selected paintings, sculptures and architectural glimpses.
(a) Paintings    
   (i) Bodhisattava Padmapani (Ajanta)
(b) Sculpture    
   (i) Ashokan Lion capital (Mauryan Period)
(c) Architecture
   (i) Kailashnatha Temple, (Ellora, Maharashtra) &
   (ii) Indian Folk Art – Paintings: Madhubani and Warli

> 12 yr

Drop off Class
Batch of > 5

Introduction:
Aimed at both beginners and experienced artists looking for a refresher, this figure drawing class will teach you how to draw human figures by breaking down shapes into simple forms. You’ll learn about structure, gesture, balance, exaggeration, proportions, shading, draw the face, blend flesh tones, work with a limited color palette, match colors, and maintain a likeness throughout the process.

Requiring around 30 hours of study, this class involves a number of assignments made up of carefully structured, practical, drawing or painting projects.

You learn about setup and materials, color mixing, pigment choice, brush-handling and palette-knife techniques, as well as gels and mediums. Once that's out of the way, you're then encouraged to complete three paintings (a still-life, a landscape, and a seascape) using three different color palettes.

Art class will guide you through your first steps in abstract painting. You'll discover how to experiment, loosen up as artist and unleash a brand new perspective on your art. Walks you through a systematic process for reflecting on your inner landscape and mindset. Included are a written lesson and between three and demonstrations that walk you through ways of “activating the canvas”.

Course Topics:
Lesson 1: 
VALUE:
 Pencil grades
 Contour drawings
 Value, line, and texture in 
   sketchbook
 Value scales and techniques
   grid with pencil
 Texture differences drawings/ 4
   tasks
 Drawing brown bags
 Drawing bugs
 Drawing plants
 Seeing solids
 Still life drawings

Lesson 2: 
SPACE/PERSPECTIVE:
 Perspective worksheet
 2-point perspective boxes
 2-point perspective name design
 Perspective project
 Mixed up grids
Lesson 3:
LINE:
 Pen and Ink
 Practice techniques
 Weed drawings
 Pen and Ink reproductions
 Choice

Lesson 4:
TEXTURE:
 Texture in pencil drawing
 Embossed copper project

Lesson 5:
SHAPE:
 Floral tracery
 Construction paper sports figure

Lesson 6:
COLOR:
Discussion of color terms and theory including: monochromatic,
complementary, primary, secondary, intermediate, value, tint, shade, tone, hue,
neutral, analogous, warm, and cool.

Value scales (tint, tone, and shade)

Color theory charts, Color wheels, Monochromatic painting, Warm or Cool painting, George Seurat pointillism painting

Lesson 7:
PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN:
 Balance/Movement: Pointillism
 Repetition: Repetition
  worksheet, 
Motifs, Synectics, Collage
 Emphasis: Colored Pencil, Burnishing, 
  Colored pencil worksheet, F
ruit, Jars
 Contrast: Pop art
 Unity: Watercolor
 Proportion: The human body/portraits:
 Proportions of the human body
 Head angles, Full body drawing
 Face placement, Break down of facial
 features, 
Ears, eyes, nose, and mouth, ½  and ½ drawing of a  
 human 
face, Caricatures, Cartoons