Chandler, AZ (PRWEB) March 20, 2011
Little Da Vinci art studio, or LDVinci as the studio likes to be called, is a studio for kids of all ages – there are even some adult dance classes offered. Children are encouraged to express themselves artistically, whether that be with watercolor and pastels, ballet, hip hop and jazz, or piano and guitar. A wide range of classes are offered at the studio throughout the day. Some classes are “Mommy and Me” – to involve parents with little ones, and others are strictly children in their specific age groups. Class size is small for the best individual attention for each child. The instructors are experienced professionals and strive to bring out the best in each of their students.
Art classes focus on acrylics, watercolor, mosaics, pastels and sketching. The music program embraces violin, cello, viola, piano, guitar, vocal and even ukulele classes. The dance program consists of Tap, Ballet, Jazz, and Hip-hop for the studio’s children participants, and Yoga, Zumba, Tango and Latin dance is offered for interested moms.
The open house for the new location in Chandler is April 2, 2011. The studio is located at 3355 West Chandler Boulevard, near Chandler Fashion Center. Owner and originator Maria Isabel Delgado hopes the studio will bring the combination of arts; in this case music, dance and painting, to local communities in the greater Phoenix area. The mission of the studio is to provide students with a high quality education in painting, dance and music and to create expressive artists. LDVinci believes that children who express their creative gifts see positive effects in other aspects of their daily life.
The art studio worked with Scottsdale website design and marketing firm Zenuity. “We knew with the opening of a new location we needed to update our website,” says Delgado. Zenuity created a creative interactive site that exemplifies LDVinci’s slogan of an explosion of art. With a trendy neon and black based color scheme, organized class schedules and gallery images, the new site is both informative and aesthetically pleasing – two very important aspects for an art studio. Delgado has already seen a huge impact from the new site on Little Da Vinci’s Facebook page. “LDVinci was overwhelmed with the final design of our new web page. It fits so well with the vision we have for our business.”
Hopefully, with a new website and a new location, more children will be able to get involved with Little Da Vinci Art Studio, where painting, dance and music comes together in a marvelous explosion of art.