Take a look at some of our students’ artworks from the children classes to get an idea of what each amazing art medium can do!
Watercolors - watercolor paint generally has a translucent quality, which is great for ethereal or emotive effects.
Carbon, Charcoal & Graphite - drawings using carbon, charcoal and graphite.
Pastels - the finished pieces can look just as luscious and luminescent as paintings, yet the process to create them resembles drawing more than painting.
Oils - oil paints have a vivid high chroma color which makes the paintings very attractive and render a glossy surface to them.
Colored Pencil - colored pencil art is rapidly experiencing a whole new level of appreciation in the art world.
Mixed Media - visual art form that combines a variety of media in a single artwork.
Chinese BrushPainting - Chinese brush painting is meant to be more than a representation of an object; it is also a symbolic expression.
Below are some of the awards that our students won recently:
Kaitlyn Z - she won the First Place in the 2016 Challenger School Art Fair.
Natalie N - she won the First Place in the first grade category of the 2015 Redwood City Civic Cultural Commission's Art Contest.
Amala B - her artwork won the First Place in the 2015 San Mateo St. Timothy's School Art Competition and was selected to be used on the coverpage picture of the School Yearbook.
Elizabeth W - her acrylic painting won the Third Place in the 2014 Redwood City Children Art Competition.
Connie L - she won the First Place in Oil Painting of the 2012 Challenger School Annual Art Fair.
Anita L - she is the Grand Prize winner of the 2010 San Mateo County wide student art competition - "Art takes a Bus Ride" hosted by SamTrans and her winning artwork is featured on the outside of a SamTrans bus.
We are very proud that our students have constantly won in local and national art contests! However, please be reminded that art contest is not the purpose of studying and doing art.