Located in beautiful Byron our little children’s art studio is the perfect place: lovely, cozy & welcoming, for students to create & experience the joy of making art.
Our program follows 4Cats pedagogy founded on building a world that encourages a love of art, beauty & learning, an environment of kindness & happiness, a studio where we all work together in a beautiful, professional & artistic space.
Throughout the program, students can explore a variety of mediums, which encourages a love of learning, independence, creativity & artistic flow.
Students create NEW projects each session, they are guided by our talented instructors, using professional art supplies & are encouraged to engage in talks about inspirational artists.
1255 Commissioners Rd W, London, ON N6K 3N5
Studio Guru Shannon Greer has been a part of the Byron art studio family since March 2018. Shannon is fun, caring and always offers artist knowledge or a good dad joke to her students. Shannon focuses on the students making beautiful art and feeling proud of what they accomplished. Her educational background began with attending the H. B Beal fine art program and proceeding to obtain her Fine Arts certificate and advanced diploma at Fanshawe College. Since then, she has showcased in several art shows in London Ontario. Shannon now wants to share her bright smile and passion for art with all of our young future artists.
Lead Curator, Jessica Provencher has been with the Byron Art Studio family since June 2018. Jessica is kind, calm and a master of all forms of clay. Jessica loves teaching her students all about 3D art and how if you break the project down into simple shapes, how much easier it becomes.Jessica takes her time to ensure everyone is happy, safe and proud of what they have created. Jessica’s educational background is from Fanshawe college where she earned her graphic design advanced diploma. Jessica now shares her creative talents with everyone she meets!
Please Note: We aim to fire clay in order of date but sometimes this is not possible due to space in the kiln or thickness of the art pieces. Clay pieces may need up to 3 weeks to dry.