For the past five years, Georgia has successfully run a small art school in addition to teaching at colleges and community centres. After-school and Saturday art classes are semi-private with a maximum of three students in each class. Children are given individual attention and work in a progressive manner to master new skills and techniques. The work of contemporary artists, copies of paintings by early 20th Century European artists, and photographs and still life arrangements are used as examples for discussions and projects. Children learn such basics as working with shapes, colour, and composition. The art classes are fun and motivational and children are encouraged to develop their own styles.
Georgia has also designed a unique program called No More Scribbling for children who wish to gain better control over their motor coordination, focus and concentration, as well as build their art skills and have fun. She works with only one child at a time in this program.
Visit Georgia’s Art School at http://www.georgiasartschool.com