Engaging in art and creative experiences has many health benefits, enhancing mental wellbeing, aiding relaxation as well as increasing our confidence and maximising positivity. The social aspect of interacting in a creative environment can also help to alleviate depression and stress.
With this in mind Emma Bateman Art is excited to announce the launch of bespoke workshops. Tailored to all levels of skill and experience, the art classes will be a fun and immersive creative journey catering for both adults and children alike, as customers explore their creative potential under the guidance of professional Yorkshire-based artist, Emma Bateman.
Each session will be a hands-on experience, where you will learn the elements of colour theory, how to create texture using acrylic paint and other mediums, as well as creating your own unique piece of art with Emma’s guidance and encouragement.
Suitable for all ages and abilities.
One to one classes can be booked at mutually convenient times.
Working with acrylic paints, and other mixed media on canvas.
Learn colour theory, and how to create different textural effects
Develop and enchnace you painting skills with an expert
Location: At the Artist’s studio in Gilberdyke, East Yorkshire
Cost: £30 per hour
(recommended 2 hour session)
and other organisations
Bespoke workshops available for year groups – FS2 up to Year 6.
Talk/demonstration by a professional, full-time artist.
Art display of the artists work can be set-up at the front of the class.
Creative, sensory age appropriate art activities, with materials provided.
Bespoke activities can be planned to fit in with specific topics or curriculum based learning.
Bespoke quote provided on request.
Book a one-of-a-kind, unique experience, which offers lots of fun, but is also a great learning opportunity.
Meet the artist behind the Emma Bateman Art brand, and let her help you create your own masterpiece!
Children’s parties, for up to 6 children, include;
The basics of colour theory and a demonstration of how to mix colours
An introduction about how to create different effects using paint and different materials.
Then it will be the children’s turn, with the artist’s guidance, to create their own masterpiece to treasure!
All materials provided, including easels, and canvases for each child.
Paint a meadow, complete with bees and dragonfly
Paint your own seascape with real shells!
Paint a blossom tree
Timings: Please allow at least 3 hours for set-up, activities and tidying up.
Cost: £30 per head (minimum of 4 children, max of 6 children)
Adult groups, hen do bookings etc also available, tailored to specific requirements.
Up to 8 people per group.
All materials provided, including canvases.
Can travel outside of East Yorkshire for additional fee.
Cost: £50 per person for a 2 hour session/party.
” I absolutely loved my Art lesson. Emma is a great teacher, very patient and professional. I was thrilled with the painting I created – It proved that you are never too old to learn! Addicted now. I will be back for more lessons. Highly recommended”
– Emma Barnes
” We invited Emma in as we wanted the children to study a female artist, plus we were exploring texture and Emma’s work links well to this.”
“She spent an afternoon with both of our Year 5 classes, and talked about her journey to getting to where she is now. “
“The class were then shown the varying techniques Emma uses to create different effects and texture in her paintings.”
“Each child then had the chance to produce their own paintings in a similar style to the artist.”
“The children thoroughly enjoyed the session, and produced some fantastic pieces of artwork. “
“It was great for them to have the opportunity to hear firsthand from a local person who has pursued her dreams and is making it a reality.”
– Helen Hall – Head of Year 5, Howden Junior School, East Yorkshire
” My 1-2-1 art session with Emma at her studio in Gilberdyke was one of the best birthday presents I’ve ever had! I was really happy with the painting I did, and couldn’t wait to pick it up and take it home to show everyone!”
– Georgina, age 12.