Welcome to our child group painting class! Our program is designed to inspire young artists to explore their creativity and develop their painting skills. Our experienced instructors provide a supportive and fun environment for children of all skill levels.
Ages 3.5-5 | Enlightenment stage
Keywords: touch, feel, observe, confidence, aesthetic experience, color recognition
Children should be allowed to feel and observe colors and shapes, and encouraged to express themselves through diverse materials and tools. They should also be exposed to different forms of creative expression to broaden their knowledge and develop confidence in their ideas and abilities. Through activities such as touching, observing, painting, and collaging, children can experience the beauty of art and improve their hand-eye coordination. This approach stimulates their interest in painting, nurtures creativity, and enhances their ability to express themselves and think creatively.
Ages 5-7 | Imagination stage
Keywords: focus, creativity, composition, warm&cool colors, gradation, line drawing
Through art enlightenment, children transition to the cultivation of thinking and the stimulation of creativity. The curriculum gradually instills basic knowledge points in art to enrich children's artistic imagination and creative thinking, while laying a comprehensive foundation in art. The curriculum also cultivates observation skills and appreciation of art on different levels. Students learn to use color elements such as adjacent colors, gradation, and warm/cool colors, as well as techniques such as line composition and semi-three-dimensional drawing.
Ages 7-9 | Advancement stage
Keywords: structure, color knowledge, observational training, detailed depiction
Through observational training based on shape and structure, students are encouraged to express their perceptions of objective objects. This stage focuses on cultivating students' abilities in detailed depiction, shaping, observation and analysis, and independent handling of overall composition. Students learn about color harmony, color relationships and rules, changes in light and shadow, mechanisms, line drawing, semi-three-dimensional sculpture, and other aspects of painting. This stage aims to consolidate students' foundational skills in structure and color.