Young Rembrandts
Andrea Gibb & Richard Hull

Andrea Gibb & Richard Hull
Ventura, CA 93003

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Young Rembrandts - Ventura County, California

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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.

Dear Friends,

We are proud to serve over 75 schools and community centers throughout Ventura County!

Young Rembrandts is the original and most recognized children's drawing program. Our curriculum, developed over the past 20 years, is based on artistic techniques and educational concepts that enable each student to be successful. Lessons are designed to build foundational visual skills as well as acedemic skills. Our lessons last a lifetime! 

If you are:

•    A principal wanting to see academic improvement in your school
•    A teacher searching for better concentration skills in your class
•    A parent building self-esteem in your child

•    A person interested in bringing art enrichment to your community
•    Or an instructor wanting to join our team

Please contact us. We'd be happy to share the potential that Young Rembrandts holds for you.

Andrea Gibb
Richard Hull

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Watch your child create amazing drawings with Young Rembrandts afterschool. Our art classes for kids are back with ALL NEW lessons. 

Young Rembrandts is an award-winning art enrichment program that has given the power of drawing to thousands of young artists across the US and Canada! And now, we're excited to bring that power to the students of your communities.

What do we do?  In each week's new exciting (and kid-tested!) lesson, we use a step-by-step method that assures every student is a creative success.  As we learn and use technical drawing skills, we discover that all complex objects can be broken down into familiar shapes; then use problem solving skills, innovation, and imagination to put them all together into eye-popping masterpieces! 

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