“All Children Are Artists” ~ Pablo Picasso
Announcing Art for Homeschoolers!
Art is a very effective way to stimulate the brain!
Art for Homeschoolers
Cost of $175 includes all supplies. $5.00 service fee for paying with Paypal. Classes will be taught at the Tullahoma Art Center on Wednesdays from 10:00 am-1200 pm on the following dates: Feb 7, Feb 14, Feb 21, Feb 28, March 14, March 21, & April 4. Ages 6-12 Minimum enrollment of 4 students required.
- Enhances problem-solving skills
- Increases brain plasticity, fluid intelligence, IQ, and attention
- Increases the “feel good” neurotransmitter dopamine, stimulates the creation of new neurons, and prepares your brain for learning!
- Promotes Creativity
- 5. Improves finemotor skills
Kids will learned about:
- Lines, marks, shapes & ideas (abstract/realism)
- Color & toneTexture & patternForm & spaceTechniquesArt history
Classes will be taught at the Tullahoma Art Center on Wednesdays from 1000-1200 on the following dates: Feb 7, Feb 14, Feb 21, Feb 28, March 14, March 21, & April 4. Cost of $175 includes all supplies. Ages 6-12…Minimum enrollment of four students required.
Ms. Michelle has a Master’s Degree in education, has taught all ages K-adult, and is an accomplished artist.
Michelle Cain’s Bio…..
Michelle Cain hails from Lincoln Nebraska, but has lived all over the country with her Air Force family. Michelle loved art in high school and drew for fun in college while pursuing her M.Ed. in exercise physiology. After graduation, Michelle joined the United States Air Force where she served as an Aerospace Physiology Officer for 13 years, training air crew in the physiological aspects of high performance flight. She met her husband in the Air Force and started dabbling in oil painting when they were stationed on the Emerald Coast of Florida.
After separating from the AF, Michelle taught 6thgrade where she was the grade level art instructor. She also taught the summer art program for her school district. Drawn to the impressionists, Michelle began oil painting with a palette knife in impasto technique, which continues to be her preferred style and medium. Michelle has sold her art internationally and won both 2nd place in the Palmdale Playhouse Generations Call for Artists, and 1st in the Les Cheneaux Community Library notecard fundraiser. She currently resides in Tullahoma and teaches home school and children’s art classes at the Tullahoma Art Center.