Classical Art Master Class (6~8 years old)

The curriculum was jointly developed by artists from Spain, Portugal, Singapore and others around the world; using variety of forms including pictorial stories, interactive games, creative paintings and many more.


The themes of the curriculum revolve around Masters of Art, which include Picasso, Matisse, Daly… and modules of many other Masters.

Through learning the themes of each artist, children will comprehend art and its emotional expressions; and to master all kinds of painting elements. Finally able to use a variety of materials and painting methods, to independently create master level works of art.

During the course, artspire art teachers will accompany students to explore the infinite possibilities of the world of art,

  1. Identify and grasp the use of basic elements of Art: lines, color, shape, texture, depth, and space
  1. Appreciate painting and art is a way of expressing feelings and ideas
  1. Use a variety of materials to create graphic and three-dimensional artwork
  1. Know the Masters of Art, and through comprehending their masterpieces, retell the stories behind them.
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Course Module Introduction


Picasso is an artist of diverse styles, he is most famous is for Cubism.

Picasso’s style is not sweet and gentle in nature, therefore when children first encounter this style of paintings they tend to reject; however, when it comes to the Masters of Art that leave the deepest impressions, Picasso is the first one on the list, perhaps that is the charm of art. Children need more than one type of aesthetic appreciation, but also to broaden they minds to a diversified appreciation of art.

Picasso is illustrated as a bull in the module, he and his neighbor Matisse, portrayed as a lion, have different artistic style but both are famous painters. During their rivalries, Picasso painted a somewhat odd painting – The Yawei Farm Girl…

Under the guidance of art teachers, children attempt to place a combination of pictures of different perspectives on the same plane, which lead them to understand the core concept of cubism.

Trial Lesson

Seurat is famous for Pointillism; his creative and unique approaches made the creation of his paintings time-consuming, often lasts for many years. His most famous painting, the ‘A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte’, which took two years to complete.

In the Seurat module, he has a little dog named Rogue, when his master is out of the house, Rogue brought friend to Seurat’s art studio, and what a mess they have made…

In this module, children’s patience and perseverance are tested. If one stick to his/her task, seeing a painting that is literally made of hundreds of dots; that kind of pride and confidence is not something that can be obtained by receiving a toy or alike. At this stage of learning, we are not solely focusing on the child’s imagination and creativity, but also developing their patience and perseverance.

Trial Lesson

Cezanne’s “The Card Players” is the piece that best embodies his artistic style, it was once sold for 160 million Pound; however, he is best known for his still life paintings, especially “The Basket of Apples”.

In the module, Cezanne is a master of apple painting; he has painted a lot of apples, but his models often play tricks on him…

In this module, students start to learn compositions, and master the relationship between overlap and occlusions; through different combinations of Apples’ position on the plan, they get to explore distinctive composition methods and results.

Trial Lesson

Pollock is known as the Master of Action Painting, he does not do any planning before the creating a piece; there were no fixed positions, he would simply walked around the canvas at random; he would complete his paintings through a series of complex and unconscious actions.

In this module, Pollock is illustrated as a mouse, he agreed to complete a painting for a boy named Mike in exchange for some French fries, and do you know what creative idea he came up with…

Pollock is an artist favored by many of our students, during the process of unconscious style of creation; children are liberated from the sole purpose of painting, they are wholeheartedly relishing the joy that brush and paint itself brings. Mom and dads will be surprised to find that their art works naturally reflects children’s subconscious understandings of color and lines.

Trial Lesson

The sweet characters in Renoir’s paintings bring children natural aesthetic appreciation.

In this modules, the Frog Prince Renoir is going to attend Moulin Rouge ball, he is how is he going to travel on this distant journey, and find his companion at the ball?…

Within this module, children’s exploration of light and shadow becomes more in-depth, they will see a various colors of light spots resulted by light rays casting through gap of leaves; as though the shadows of light are dancing right in front of them.

Trial Lesson

Matisse founded the style of Fauvism from the usual application of colors; in this sense is very similar to a child’s taste for art.

In this module, a witch has stolen all colors from the forest; it became a world of greys. Animals in the forest went and found Lion Matisse, the painter. Matisse and the animals together painted the forest with completely different colors from before…

In this module, artspire art teachers will guide children to unleash colors from conventional ideas by encouraging them to use bold colors in self-portrait and paper cut creations. Children are to express their unique emotions through arbitrary colors, and return to the fundamental significance of artistic creation.

Trial Lesson