Grit Hidy about her daughter Greta:
First of all I would like to thank you for all the time and great ideas that you have been implementing with the children over the years.
Greta has been at your painting class for a good 9 months now and she always looks forward to Wednesday. Every Tuesday I get the question: "Mom, what should I paint tomorrow?" I often say, what you feel like, what interests you, what you always wanted to paint. And again and again she surprises me with her pictures and small works of art.
She always comes home with a big smile and tells me everything that happened.
Even though she's a girl and likes to talk anyway, she doesn't talk that much about school. So this way I know she's happy, and so am I. J
She is proud of being able to learn the "dot technique" and always gives me examples of where all your pictures are hanging....so cute.
The animals you paint just keep getting better. I'm a little jealous. J
Before Greta went to the painting course, she painted a few pictures in my gallery and decorated her room with them. Now come your ideas. I find it very beautiful, because it shows me that she is open to new things and, thank God, develops her own creativity from it.
Conclusion: I will definitely continue to recommend your painting course. Children need creative freedom and you give them that.
THANK YOU, hug."
Children painting classes is a great chance for the kids to come to rest, relax and experience to create something unique with your own hands.
In a relatively small harmonious groups in relaxation music children receive a professional, in-depth lessons. This will be discussed individually and lovingly to each child.
The aim of painting classes should be to
increase children's creativity and to provide an understanding of color and composition.
Kids get to know painting techniques and also taught to express their own wishes, dreams, thoughts and feelings on the paper.
The painting classes are held at the DRK FiZ "Haus der Familie" and at the Rangsdorfer primary school.
Of course, every child has the opportunity to attend a non-binding trial lesson.