A Message From Sweet Arts
We hope everyone is continuing to stay safe and healthy during this time. Our store is currently open for After School Art and Art Camps. Please Book Online to sign up. We have updated our cleaning and check in protocols to ensure a safe environment for our customers and staff as follows:
Children must wear face masks for the safety of their peers and staff members.
Temperatures will be checked (with a no-contact thermometer) at the door.
Children will be required to sanitize their hands after getting their temperature checked and remove their shoes at the door (please make sure they wear socks).
All students must be over the age of 5.
Class sizes will be reduced to 14 children maximum.
Increased cleaning will take place between each lesson.
The following will be unavailable until further notice (until conditions change):
Lessons for children under the age of 5.
Drop-In Lessons and Birthday Parties are not available for the time being.
Thank you for your support, we look forward to seeing you soon!
Our first art studio!
Sweet Arts was founded by parents of wonderful twin boys. We understand the importance of infusing fun with art to encourage and enable children to express their creativity.
Over the years, we have learned that our kids really enjoy the process of creating art. The joy on our boys’ faces as they create their own comic strips, paint their favorite cartoon characters, and the pride they show when they display their work all over our walls at home, is what art is all about.
Our hope is to bring the same kind of joy and confidence to your children by providing a space that nurtures creativity of all backgrounds, skill levels, and learning capabilities. We here at Sweet Arts welcome kids to create with us, try something new, and most of all, have fun!
The best art is fun art.
Our inspiration is driven by the memories from our own childhoods. Unlike today’s kids, we didn’t grow up with smartphones or iPads or unlimited access to visual entertainment. Rather, we relied upon our own imaginations, trying new things, and making messes.
Our goal is to create an environment that embraces the natural creativity and wild imaginations of children. At Sweet Arts, there is no “right way” to create art, there is only a “fun way.”
Meet The Team
All of our staff have been fully vaccinated.
Michelle believes children are the best artists. Why? Their creativity has no limits! Whether it's pink foxes or purple pandas, all ideas are welcome. No matter the project that day, her main question to her students is always, "Are you having fun?"
When she's not in the studio, Michelle is either with her basset hound or baking... or baking with her basset hound.
Sukhi enjoys breaking down art projects into small, manageable steps and using basic shapes to make drawing and painting fun! She joined Sweet Arts in January 2020. She loves cats and can draw and paint animals all day long.
When she's not in the studio, Sukhi is a freelance children's book illustrator and graphic designer... but mostly you will find her baking cookies.
Maia approaches every art project with gentle guidance focusing on allowing her students to create whatever their imaginations can come up with. She's especially fond of constructing 3-D art projects due to her design background.
When she's not in the studio, Maia spends time with her 2 baby rats, cares for and names every plant in her garden, and bakes goodies to share.
Selina is a nurturer of creative gifts and loves to discover her students' artistic passions. She encourages and supports her students in all of their creations, from comic books to rainbow tiaras, all ideas are celebrated!
When she's not in the studio, Selina loves to be out in nature and often channels her passion for art by sewing (when she isn't painting).
Lilian brings more fun to art camps with walks to the park,. chalk on the sidewalk, bubbles, and more! She constantly brings new games and is always up for a spontaneous dance party with her early morning drop off students.
When she's not in the studio, Lilian loves to spend time with her family and go on long walks with her dogs.
“When you’re a kid, you color with reckless abandon. You color outside the lines. You color however you feel. Blue elephants, purple trees, red bears, green oceans -- it’s all good.”