SIRIN Art Studio
A professional art studio offering classes and unique workshops for children and adults; directed by classically trained artist and experienced educator, Inna Slutskaya.
Latest news and announcements
academic year 2021-22
We are excited to welcome our old and new students back to the studio in September. Our schedule is taking shape and you may now register for Saturday classes as well as request to schedule one of our private classes (Family time, Art Class+, Art POD) or workshops. We have blocked out dates for possible Sunday classes and will be adding groups as needed. All classes will start after Labor Day. Short monthly sessions turned out to be a flexible and convenient format, and we intend to keep it. However, we want to give a break to our core students who attend our classes all year long. Please, see our Classes page for further details and Calendar for all the dates.
We continue working on our schedule to make sure that all children who would like to attend our classes have a spot, while being mindful of not overcrowding our studio. We are happy to announce that we are expanding our weekend schedule. Two more classes have been added on Sundays. Young Artists group (9-11 PM) is a great choice for the new and younger students (6-8 y.o.). In this project-based class we will explore different techniques and art genres, while developing the necessary skills for a future independent work. Sunday Studio Art class is open to all older students (10+), who are interested in pursuing their specific art interest, improving their skills, learning new techniques, or working on their portfolio.
Our artistic summer is not over. But it has been very busy and productive. Just take a look at our summer portfolios! This year inspiration and overarching theme for Artichoke-Sirin Sleep-away Camp is One Thousand and One Nights, also known as Arabian Nights, as well as the incredible wealth of culture and arts of Middle East. All the artworks were created by the students of Artichoke and Sirin Art Studios in beautiful West Virginia. See our portfolio here.
Sirin Summer Camp blossomed with talent as well. We worked with pottery clay, watercolor, acrylics, and textile; learned about two amazing and very different artists – our contemporary, Jose Francisco Borges (Brazil) and Maria Sibylla Merian, XVII-XVIII century naturalist and scientific illustrator. See our portfolio here.
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