Where Practice Makes Progress!
Where Practice Makes Progress!

Textured Bowls

Students will listen to the story of Emma and her friend Trixy the parrot as they go on a rhyming adventure to the rain forest. Students will then learn how the book was illustrated and together with the illustrator, they will draw a step-by-step picture of Emma.


Colouring pages are available for the younger students instead of the drawing class at the teacher's request.


$150.00 + HST per reading

 Appropriate for Grades K-4


Who doesn't love squishy, squashy modeling clay? Artists love it too! Progressive Art will show you how to use interesting texture tools and plates to create a textured bowl and then how to paint it once it is dry.


The class will be in two parts: The first week we will focus on creating the bowl and adding texture. The second week, the class will focus on colour theory and painting. This will allow the bowls to dry. (Teacher's should have a place in their classroom where bowls can be kept undisturbed for a week).


If you prefer not to paint the bowls, this workshop can be reduced to one 1.5 hr visit as we can use coloured clays to mix into our white clay. 


Curriculum explored:

Elements of Art - Colour theory, texture, form, shape



45 minutes x 2 sessions

$160 + 20.80 HST=$180.80 based on 24 students - materials included

$7.50 per additional participant


1.5 hr x 1 session

$140.00 + 18.20 HST=$158.20 based on 24 students - materials included

$6.50 per additional participant

PLEASE NOTE: If you would like to have this class at the Beaux-Arts Gallery, there is an additional classroom fee of $75. This fee covers a 4 hour rental and can be shared with another class. This discounted rental rate is only available through Progressive Art. Schools wishing to rent the art workshop directly from the gallery will pay a higher rate. Please contact them directly for specific non-member rates.

Mailing Address:

Progressive Art for Progressive Kids!

70 Main St. N. Unit 1

Brampton ON

L6V 1N7

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