Fine Art for Homeschoolers:

Homeschool classes are designed to introduce children to fine art materials, concepts and techniques while fostering an appreciation for master artists. 

Classes are designed to reach each age and skill level. The high quality materials and lesson topics allow children to connect deeply to each project. The small class size and positive classroom atmosphere provides an encouraging space for self-expression and collaboration. 



 10 - 11:15 aM


January 18                     Mondrian Color Theory Painting

January 25                     Caravaggio Medusa Masks in Clay

February 1                      Monet Seine at Giverny Painting

February 8                     Lichtenstein Benday Paintings 

February 15                   Pastel and Charcoal Still-Life Drawing

February 22                  Van Gogh Line and Ink Drawings

March 1                          Frank Stella Paper and Wood Sculpture

March 8                         Turner Seascape with Shark  


                            $30 PER CLASS

                 OR $225 FOR ALL 8 CLASSES

                                                   all materials included

10% off registration until December 31st  promo code: 9xbufjj


Class size is limited.  


$225 for all 8 Classes



Sibling discount: 10% off third (and each additional) sibling.  Discount applies to complete series enrollment only. Contact the studio for registration discount code.

Jillian is a gifted artist and amazing teacher. Her programs are well organized and bring out the best in her students. We can’t say enough wonderful things about her. We give her the highest recommendation possible!!
— Tiffany B., Homeschool mother of two, Oakland, MD


Jillian Mazur has a BFA in Painting and a teaching certification for pre-k through 12th grade. She has 10 years of professional teaching experience with preschool, elementary and secondary age students and over 6 years of experience teaching Homeschool students at her studio.

Jillian's favorite part of teaching is witnessing the insightful interpretations children have of famous works of art and art concepts. She believes it is never too early to introduce children to famous art and great art making materials.