More Than Just An Art School.
Welcome to Artful Journey School of Fine Art. We provide year round fine and visual art classes for
children, tweens, teens and adults from ages three and up (we've even taught art to two-year olds).
Since 1994 - wow has it only been twenty-one years? - we've introduced, developed, nurtured, mentored,
and, yes, in some instances prodded, students as to the beauty of the arts.
In catching our artistic breath, we've also stood back, taken a look around and have been reminded and
amazed at the thousands of students who have allowed us to be a part of their artful journey (pun definetely intended).
We have moved!
Please visit our new location at Bergen Village
The address is 1240 Bergen Parkway, suite A-120 - between Benjamin Moore and True Yoga
Summer Camps and Mini-Camps are Posted Online - We Have Awesome for Everyone.
Artful Journey is please to announce that we our entering our 21st year of teaching fine art to everyone!
We have classes for all ages starting from 3-adult. Our fine art classes are greared with structure, creativity, and a lot of fun. Please come see why we have been successfully teaching art to our foothills, and mountain communities for more than 20 years.
Don't hesitate to reach out to us with any questions. Especially if it relates to our jedi-mind molding activities.
Artful Journey crafts a full year of artful instruction in all elements of art.
Drawing · Painting · Printmaking · Ceramics · "Uncorked Canvas"
At Artful Journey, our rally cry is "Express Yourself." We relish creativity, laughter, and
the smiles that come from sharing artistic expression. No stuffiness here.
Oh, and speaking of stuffines, while we don't take ourselves too seriously, we are serious about
providing the largest, most engaging, and vibrant art teaching studio in Evergreen.
Sure others try to imitate us, which we take as the most sincerest form of flattery, but what can't be duplicated
is our passion, and dedication to teach art, and develop year-round programs, that deliver on our cause,
which is to make available, "Art for everyone."
Students may enroll any time.