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Teen Classes


Here at the Wallkill River School of Art, we are dedicated to promoting and nurturing the next generation of young artists in our community.  One of the biggest challenges young artists face in this area is a general lack of advanced independent art programs, geared towards the fine arts.  By providing teens professional level classes, in a real fine art gallery, we hope to give young artists an opportunity to experience the world of professional fine art, in a way not found in a traditional school setting.  If you would like to schedule one on one classes for your teen artist, please inquire about private lessons.  Advanced teens may also join any of the adult classes.

Kyle Henesy Art Scholarship:  We are pleased to announce that we are offering a new scholarship in 2019.  The Kyle Henesy Art Scholarship is open to all aspiring artists below the age of 21 who have an interest in studying art and becoming a professional artist.  The award is for $500 and will include an exhibit of 2-4 pictures in the stairwell exhibit space at the Wallkill River School.  Deadline for submission is September 15, 2019.  Please fill out the 2019 Application:  2019 App Kyle Henesy Scholarship

Aug 17-21 AM Fantasy Creatures with Sara Tomazzolli

Ages:  11-18

Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Location: Benedict Farm Park in Montgomery (1675 State Route 17K)

Spend the morning drawing and designing fantasy creatures with Sara Tomazzolli! Have you always loved dragons, monsters, and more? Why not draw your own? Learn the art of mixing and matching different parts of animals to making something unique!


Instructor: Sara Tomazzolli
Session Dates: Aug 17-21st 10-12:00 PM ($135)

Aug 17-21st AM Advanced Illustration with Ayanna Terry

Ages:  13-18

Time:  10:00 – 12:00 PM

Location:  Benedict Park, 1768 Route 17K, Montgomery, NY at the pavilion by the playground all the way in the back of the park.

Are you a young illustrator looking to grow your abilities and skill-set? Then look no further! This summer program provides guidance to the future artists of the world through illustrative techniques and multiple mediums, such as ink, markers, color pencils, and watercolor.  Students will not only walk away with a stronger skill set but also companions that share their love of the arts.

Instructor: Ayanna Terry
Session Dates: Aug 17-21st 10-12:00 PM ($135.00)

Alan Lewis Beginning Watercolor

Sunday Mornings 10am – 12pm
This beginning watercolor class will be focused on producing finished work.  I have noticed that I have learned best when following along painting with an artist, so that is the approach this class will follow.  The first week will be devoted to materials, helping negotiate between all the different options, and what the importance of each element is.  First time students are encouraged to attend, and to bring whatever you have.  We will then produce a finished painting each week with a different subject, and returning students are welcomed.  The approach will be to paint fast and loose, to cover the basics of watercolor by doing them, and hopefully to have some fun.
Instructor: Alan Lewis
Session Dates: Sept 13, 20, 27th (10am-12pm) ($90 )
Sept 13, 20, 27th Members ($80)
Sept 13th ($40)
Sept 20th ($40)
Sept 27th ($40)