Welcome

The Beaches Art Studio is a place where you feel at home. A place where students and families are treated as friends. Everyday we work on creating an environment where students feel comfortable and welcome in our beautiful & cozy little studio.

Our program follows 4Cats pedagogy founded on building a world that encourages a love of art, beauty & learning, an environment of kindness & happiness, a studio where we all work together in a beautiful, professional & artistic space.

Throughout the program, students can explore a variety of mediums, which encourages a love of learning, independence, creativity & artistic flow.

Students create NEW projects each session, they are guided by our talented instructors, using professional art supplies & are encouraged to engage in talks about inspirational artists.

Queen St. E. Toronto, ON M4E 1E3

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Meet Your Team

A group of friends & artists working together for the love of art.

Renée Gauthier

The woman with the plan

For almost 10 years Renée has been a part of The Beaches family & community. Her educational background includes a degree in Fine Art and a degree in Education. At the studio, Renée is the mastermind behind the scenes making sure all is running smoothly.  She loves art, spreadsheets, tea, drills and saws, working with kids and Star Trek. PS: Her favourite fish in the whole world is “Lucky” the studio Goldfish.

Angelica Santana

Makes the studio work

Studio Guru Angelica “Angie” Santana has been part of our Beaches Art Studio family since July 2018. Angelica is caring, energetic and kind. Angelica makes fabulous art with the her students, organizes, plans and makes everything beautiful. Her educational background is the perfect combination—a Bachelor in Education & Fine Arts. Her love of creativity & working with children inspires joy in everyone she meets.

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Artwork Status

Please Note: We aim to fire clay in order of date but sometimes this is not possible due to space in the kiln or thickness of the art pieces. Clay pieces may need up to 3 weeks to dry.

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