And the Medias we Teach
At Enya Studios, we take pride in every single student and guest we work with. Everyone is capable of creating beautiful works of art, and we love every chance we get to show them off. View all of our projects to see the outstanding art being created today. One of your pieces of art could be posted in our portfolio, too! Get in touch to see how.
All students love Acrylic Painting and feel accomplished after leaving. Class sizes are kept small in order to ensure each participant gets enough attention from the teacher. Acrylic Painting is also a great way to meet other local artists in the Katy community.
Watercolor is a painting method in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-based solution. Our classes focus on the process of learning, rather than the end result of art. Here, we consider that each piece of art created is an honest masterpiece. Book a class with us today to find out more. Spaces are limited, so it’s best to act fast!
Sketching and Graphite
Sketching is taught Enya Huang who is here to help you improve. Sketching is great way to quickly up your art abilities and learn about the art world.
Intricate Line Art
Line art is any picture that is made up of straight or bent lines put against a foundation, without differences in shade or tone to create two-dimensional or three-dimensional articles. Line art can use lines and different colors, but line art is usually black and white. This is a fun class for those who want to improve their art quickly, it is also simple enough for young children to pick up quickly, and most importantly enjoy.
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Colored pencil is characterized by its very name. The part of the colored pencil that applies color onto a surface is made up of pigments combined with a smooth wax base. Improving your color pencil skills can be difficult. But at Enya Studios you can see effective results.
Everyone at Enya studios is excited to mold clay into their own creations. Ceramics are commonly made by taking blends of earthen components and water and molding them into creative structures. When the pottery has been formed, it is 'baked' in a high temperature furnace called a kiln. Ceramics are then covered, waterproof substances called glaze.