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Little Picassos provides online and in-studio fine art classes for children and adults. Integrating creating art with art history, each session is focused on identifying & stimulating your artistic abilities in a fun & creative way.
Amalienstraße 71, RGB/2
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Little Picassos Schwabing provides creative and inspirational Fine Art classes for children and adults, online all around the world and in person in Munich, Germany.
We offer these classes online
1. Private Group Events and Private Lessons
2. Small Group Online Fine Art Classes
3. Fine Art Zoom Webinars
Offline we hold Fine Art classes in schools and art studios.
“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist”
- Pablo Picasso
Starting from the world’s most well-known masterpieces, lessons combine art appreciation with personal artistic development and lots of fun. Each masterpiece provides the context for the art being created, as students develop their techniques and create their own versions of the iconic works.
We believe every child is born with creative potential. Through structured, and entertaining classes, kids will gain confidence and develop their own expression of art.
“Art allows the heart, body and mind to sing the same tune”
- Cynthia Drack
Cynthia Drack, the head of Little Picassos Schwabing in Munich, is a finger painting artist. Her paintings, in which she combines bold color and abstract techniques, have been exhibited in art galleries around the world, and her clients include private art lovers and businesses.
Cynthia is an artist and art educator and has been working with schools, galleries and private students for over ten years, sharing her passion for Fine Art through in-person and online classes. She believes there is no greater joy than the sense of achievement through creation.
Cynthia has been fascinated by art and artists since she was a little girl. She loved drawing cartoons, replicating oil paintings with colored pencils and her yearning for self-expression grew stronger with time. During her university studies in Psychology and Business Marketing she took courses in painting, drawing, ceramics, mono-printing and stained-glass window making.
Her creative talents were a great asset in her corporate career as Head of Marketing for a Merchant Bank in Melbourne, Australia. In 2007 she moved to Munich and after starting a family, she was inspired by her children’s curiosity for art and expression. She founded Little Picassos believing that Fine Art should be accessible to even the youngest children. She later created Big Picassos: Art and Entertainment nights for adults looking to develop their artistic skills and have fun with art.
Over the course of 10 years Cynthia has developed and refined her own art teaching method that incorporates the whole child in order to build a strong foundation in art making, and assists in the child’s physical, mental, social and emotional development. From inception, a pivotal part of her art lessons has been the regular incorporation of paintings by the Great Masters. By standing on the shoulders of giants, every lesson is designed to build on artistic strengths to boost age appropriate skills.
In mid March 2020, the COVID 19 lockdown in Germany compelled Cynthia to find a way to continue spreading her love of Fine Art and connect people who were suddenly isolated. Her first TitBit instructional video was created within a day of the lockdown, and a few days later she became a pioneer of interactive live online art classes. It has been a lovely and heart-warming experience for Cynthia to educate thousands of children during this period, and the positive feedback has been humbling.