Welcome to Young Rembrandts!
The Power of Drawing
Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children.
Young Rembrandts teaches the drawing skills children need while developing learning skills that give children an academic advantage in the classroom.
Location & Contact
1042 Maple Avenue
Lisle, IL 60532
The Power of Art
Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.
~Henry Ward Beecher
WINTER 2015 SESSIONS are available now! We'll be presenting lots of brand new lessons and keeping our Young Artists busy learning new drawing techniques and skills.
***WINTER WEATHER ALERT*** Young
Rembrandts abides by all school decisions regarding winter weather
closings. If there is no school - there is no Young
If you would like to see this program presented at your Elementary school or Preschool in the future- contact us right away... If you do not see a class near you, EMAIL or CALL US at 630-493-4263.
DID YOU KNOW?
Young Rembrandts presents a new lesson in every single class for SIX YEARS! For example - any child can begin classes in 1st grade and not repeat a lesson through 6th grade. THAT'S A LOT OF DRAWING AND A LOT OF LEARNING!
ONLINE Enrollment is available for many of our current and upcoming sessions. Just click our class schedule, choose the location, and click ENROLL.
Experts agree that art does more than delight the eye and cultivate creativity. Research points to a strong correlation between involvement in the arts and achievement in the classroom. Young Rembrandts has worked with more than 200,000 children, in the past 20 years, to improve their drawing skills while giving them an academic advantage that translates into higher test scores.
We are the only Art Enrichment program that teaches art, using a methodology specifically designed to improve student perception, visualization and organizational skills.
At Young Rembrandts we teach children to draw - the fundamental skill of all visual arts - using a sequential, ordered process. As a result, students show dramatic improvement in their drawing abilities, expand their art vocabulary and art history knowledge, demonstrate patience, discipline and focus, and improve their attention to detail and sequencing skills.