YOUNG ARTIST PROGRAMS

Feeding the Next Generation

“Your soul is the power and core of who you are. Feed it well.” ~ Anonymous

Welcome back to the three part series on Zoll Studio School of Fine Art School. If you missed the first post, it’s never too late to go back and read it.

In this blog, I’ll be sharing about Zoll Studio School’s art programs. Classes are offered for students beginning at age five through adult.  Just some of the offerings for youth are:

  • Beginner realism
  • Sculpture
  • Drawing and Painting from beginner to advanced
  • Digital Painting
  • Rendering Animals and Portraits
  • Portfolio Prep for students enrolling in college and art school

As I toured the student galleries, I was so impressed by the work from each age group. My timing was perfect, I encountered one of the five-year old students who was eager to share his work hanging on the walls. Here is a picture of the young artist and his older brother along with his work. His mother is also an artist. Will his interests in art continue as he matures? Will he follow in her footsteps? Only time will tell.

The art student is the younger boy in the dark blue blazer

If the student exhibits are any indication of upcoming emerging artists, there is much to look forward to on the horizon!

I’ve read numerous articles about how the next generation may choose personal fulfillment as top importance in selecting a career.  Strong Interest Inventory® assessment is a tool that is being used to assess good career matches with an individuals interests. Will this lead to people who are happier in their jobs?

On January 11th, I will be sharing images of some of my favorite paintings created by adult artists in the final wrap up. It was very, very hard to chose favorites among the 800 works of art hanging.

Note: Due to the large volume of paintings and artists I met at the exhibit I have not included the names of the artists or the titles because I do not want to risk any mix-ups. If you are interested in any of the works of art I photographed (with permission!), please contact Matt Zoll of ZollStudioSchoolofFineArt.com. He can probably steer you to the name of the artist or provide additional information.

 

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