Art lessons are intended to develop children's essential skills, imagination, and fantasy. They develop emotional - aesthetic vision of the surrounding world, ability to express form, size, color, and proportions of objects. They teach children to find color and build composition using various materials such as, paints, charcoal, pastel, clay, dough, paper, textiles, etc.
| ||Thursday|| ||ages 9+|| ||5:00 pm - 6:30 pm || ||Studio B|
| ||Friday|| ||ages 9+|| ||5:30 pm - 7:30 pm|| ||Studio B|
| ||Saturday|| ||ages 4-6|| ||12:30 pm - 1:30 pm || ||Studio B||
Tatiana graduated from one of the Russian teacher training universities in 1987 and then worked as an English teacher in both secondary and higher education settings. Her research in language methodology brought her to the US in 2007. In 2016, Tatiana began to work for Denver Public Schools District as a substitute teacher. Colorado nature inspires Tatiana to paint; she creates landscapes and portraits.
Tatiana's background is being an artist and professional jewelry maker.
Before moving to US, she worked for a large company Russkie Remesla in Yaroslavl, Central Russia. As a part of state administration of presidential affairs, this company makes gifts for presidents, kings and queens of different countries, Russian diplomats, and astronauts.
Tatiana joined the Children Center as an Arts and Crafts teacher in 2020.