Young Rembrandts - Silicon Valley, California
Come Draw With Us!
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.
If Young Rembrandts is offered in your school, look for our flyer in your child's backpack.
If we're not in your school yet contact Denise Bryant and find out how easy it is to bring our award winning, skill-enhancing and affordable program to your school.
2017 SUMMER REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
Young Rembrandts is collaborating with a TON of local businesses this summer to provide even more imaginative and educational summer workshops. We're partnering with cooking clubs, engineering classes, math tutoring and even sports programs. Young Rembrandts is all over the Silicon Valley area and we're providing specialized drawing lessons to energize your child's summer experience.
If you haven't registered yet, there is still time!
Young Rembrandts is an award-winning art enrichment program that has given the power of drawing to thousands of young artists across the United States and Canada.
Using our unique drawing method, students will also improve their fine motor skills, patience levels, focus and ability to stay on task. Best of all, they'll gain a new found confidence in a skill they never knew existed - the ability to say "I can do it!" And yes, all that learning comes with a big bunch of fun.
From Our Parents...
"My daughter, Emily, started taking Young Rembrants as a first grader. She had minimal artistic ability and little interest in drawing. Through your classes, she learned about style and technique and now has an amazing love of drawing. She can spend an entire weekend creating and free-hand illustrating a story. The sketches I find laying around the house...you would never believe came from a 9-year old. We appreciate so much the wonderful experience she has had with Young Rembrandts."
Thank you, Heather