Fall 2015

Great summer memories

Our vacation is over but we are richer by great summer memories. Our students have visited many countries and brought great stories and discovered many places. Let’s stick to it for a long winter nights.

Like real Artists

Our students graduated from paper to real big canvas. It is not easy jump but slowly, we can do it! We sketched the person, better or worst, but it’s a learning process after all.

Paul Klee’s castles

COLORS, from the top to the bottom, every class, every week, straight 60 minutes. I don’t think we will EVER get bored of it. This week class was inspired by colorful Castles by Paul Klee.

Autumn leaves – Batik

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus.
We explored McGorlick’s Park beauty by collecting colorful leaves and naming the trees they came from.
That’s what we call – Educational Fun.


Cock-a-doodle-doo or buck-buck….. What is your call? 😉 This week our students created rooster or hen drawings supported by colorful Picasso’s masterpieces. Amazing 1 hour of pastel fun with dirty hands and rainbow dust!