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One Month of Kids, Teen, or Adult Art Classes at Olga's Art Studio (Up to 57% Off)

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Students of all ages learn basic art techniques in hands-on lessons

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13 ratings4 reviews
December 8, 2018
My girls (8 and 10) absolutely love the class and Olga is very kid friendly. Highly recommend...
2 ratings1 reviews
December 8, 2018
This is a great place to take painting class. I started taking my son here when he turned 4 years old and after only several classes, he had already showed much improvement in the fine motor skills such as coloring and drawing lines or geometric shapes. Ms. Olga is very patient and attentive to the students. The class content is very reasonable and suitable for kids of this age. Each class is started from introducing little bit of the art theory or an artist, then the instructor gives a demonstration. At the end of class, the kids can finish a piece and they are proud of their work. This helps them build confidence that they can create more beautiful pieces. After observing my son’s classes, I decided to try the adult painting classes here myself. I also bought a Groupon voucher as a gift for my Mother. Both my mother and I had a great time here. Ms. Olga is amazing. She can make a very professional question clear in a few words. I highly recommend Olga’s Art Studio for both children’s and adult painting classes.
2 ratings1 reviews
December 7, 2018
My son enjoyed every class and registered for more. I highly recommend it. OLga is very nice and lovely with the kids.
7 ratings4 reviews
December 3, 2018
My son just had the first session with Mrs Olga and loved it! Totally recommend, very relaxing environment
7 ratings4 reviews
September 23, 2018
She’s VERY nice and my kid enjoyed every session. Highly recommend!!! :)
3 ratings1 reviews
March 14, 2018
great environment and she is a lovely lady with the exprience and knowledge for the kids
1 ratings1 reviews
December 9, 2017
My son had a great time. Highly recommend!
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October 17, 2017
Very hospitable! Olga is a nice woman and been great with my 8 year nephew and my 14 year old step daughter. She was surprised by her first class saying, "I didn't know I been holding the pencil/brush wrong this whole time and I been taking art in elementary school for years!" They want to go back for their second session. They both expressed to me that they enjoy Olga's teaching.
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About This Deal

Choose from Four Options

  • $45.50 for one month of one-hour kids art classes ($100 value)
  • $50.50 for one month of 1.5-hour teen art classes ($120 value)
  • $112 for one month of three-hour adult art classes ($240 value)
  • $50.50 for one month of 1.5-hour adult art classes ($120 value)

Complementary Colors: Dynamic Duos

Complementary colors are one option your consultant may suggest for adding contrast to your space. Read on to learn why these colors get paired off.

You’ve probably seen a color wheel, with its slices of different hues. If you squint, you may even be able to remember which ones are directly across from each other: red and green, yellow and purple, and blue and orange. These pairs are called complementary, and they pop up everywhere from Christmas decorations to the jerseys of popular sports teams such as the Santas.

Why these particular pairs? As it turns out, they’re bound together not just on the color wheel but within the anatomy of your eye. Demonstrating this is easy. Pick up, say, a bright green granny-smith apple and stare at it for 60 seconds. Then, turn your focus to a blank white wall or piece of paper, and you should see a ghostly reddish orb appear.

This happens because, like muscles, the cells that are responsible for receiving color information get tired if they have to do the same thing for too long. Normally when you look at a clean white surface, all your photoreceptors would be firing, since white light is a blend of every other color. But because your green receptors are temporarily worn out in the part of your visual field where the apple was, they can’t function as well. The opponent-process theory of color vision posits that the pairs of red and green and blue and yellow are each controlled by a single system, so that one takes over if the other is exhausted.

That means that if you design a room with elements of complementary colors, you’re literally providing a reprieve for your eyes. In a room painted blue, there’s a sense in which your eyes actually want to see, say, an orange couch in the corner of the room—it gives the blue color receptors a break. However subtly, this eye-pleasing effect can make you feel more at ease in your space, even if it makes it more difficult to trick visitors into thinking they’ve gone colorblind.

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