Little Artists Workshop


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Welcome to our Workshop!

The Little Artists Workshop is an art studio where it provides opportunities for young people to explore  visual arts. The ultimate goal of the workshop is to help students to master basic drawing and painting techniques, to prepare themselves to create art work more  independently at an exceeded level.


High-quality education is one of the most important things that we can provide to a child. Exposure to a variety of creativity contributes to a fulfilling of a child's experience.

All the lessons we offer are in small groups with maximum six students per class which provide each student with a noncompetitive and friendly learning environment.


Below: August 2009 Students Art Exhibition at City of Kitchener Public Library:

2008 Little Artist Workshop 10th Anniversary Student Art Exhibition
Location:  Waterloo Community Art Centre

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Our Little Artists in KW

Left to right: Henry Zhu, Elaine Luo, David Zhang, Amy Zhang, Jennifer Lee, KW Record, August15, 2002David Zhang, 8, (he's not related to [Amy Zhang]) did a painting of two beavers "and a sea monster," he said. David goes to Westmount Public School in Kitchener. Twelve-year-old Jennifer Lee's Hidden Power portrayed just that. Jennifer goes into Grade 8 this fall, at Centennial Public School in Waterloo.

Below: Adam Ma, age 9, Jan 29,, 2005, Waterloo Chronicle

Dear parents and students:

The Little Artist Workshop will have no classes for 2012 - 2013. 

We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Ying Shirley Guo