Each art student starting at Oam Studios will begin with our three primary-foundational projects. The difficulty and challenge rating of each of these projects is altered based on the initial skill level of each individual student.
After the three initial foundation projects are completed, the student’s capabilities will then be reaccessed with the parent’s & student’s involvement. We will then consider the student’s strengths and weaknesses as well as their individual wants and needs in determining the next steps in their artistic tutelage.
The art school’s curriculum emphasizes four different aspects of art per project that the student undertakes. These four facets are: techniques, concepts, creativity and materials.
The curriculum gradually evolves per student depending on the interests, natural tendencies & talents of the individual student meanwhile continuously introducing them to new techniques, styles and artistic theories.
The curriculum is structured so that the four emphasized aspects of art are introduced to the student beginning with the easiest to comprehend & utilize. i.e. the first project focuses on line quality and color gradients. Gradually the student is exposed to more difficult materials to harness and concepts to grasp. Gradually the student will develop their skills within the easier artistic levels and be better prepared to work within higher levels of difficulty.