Saturday was our first time going and my 4 year old daughter loved it. She didn’t want to leave when class was over. I wasn’t sure how my daughter would react to me leaving her there since she didn’t know anyone. Her teachers were great and made her feel at home and introduced her to the other kids. The project they did was pretty neat and gave me ideas of of doing something similar at home.
There is a little area you can wait if you want to stay for the class. We will definitely be coming back.
“No two artists are alike! I love leading students through the painting process and seeing their individual expressions”, says Elizabeth Worrell Braswell.
Elizabeth s a professional artist and art teacher. She has taught adult painting classes at Watkins College of Art and the University School. She currently teaches at Little Art House Nashville.
Previously, she taught online Spanish full-time for Austin Peay State University. Before that she worked as a corporate art consultant and an artist’s agent.
Elizabeth has a BS in Spanidh and a Masters degree in the Art of Teaching. She was blessed to grow up in a family of artists, writers, arts educators, and arts administrators. She has created art since her earliest memories.
Her paintings are in private and public collections. She is a member of the Chestnut Group of plein air painters and the Tennessee Watercolor Society. She is the founder of the Creative Circle of Nashville an artists community of support and exploration.