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Online FineArts Classes

Fine art is “Art for Art’s sake;” it is an art form practiced for its beauty and aesthetic value regardless of its functional one. It usually depicts the human emotional state by colors, areas, lines, and other features of things. There are many types of Fine Arts, and some of which are sculpture, painting, and photography.


Students from the age 7+ years are welcome to join.


Individual Fees : 60 KD for 6 Sessions


Group Fees (Family) : 120 KD for 6 Sessions - Members 4 to 6


Time : 4:00 am : 5:00 PM


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Classes Description

  • Theme: Less pollution on the environmentOpen or Close

    Introduction to the audience of the positive impact of the Corona Virus


    Monet style of painting for children

    Art piece: Painting flowers with fake flower stems

    Dipping the stems into paint and dabbing on a large watercolour paper

    Putting a long line of paint colour of choice on the left side and then scraping it across the flower pattern when dry


  • Theme: More playtime with petsOpen or Close

    Art Piece: Cat painting and drawing on canvas

    Sketch the outline of the cat in simple geometrical shape

    Paint cat and background

    Doodle patterns on cat and background with coloured pens


  • Theme: Spending quality time with familyOpen or Close

    Art pieces: Family member characters drawn and painted on stones

    Sketch family members features on stones

    Paint faces and bodies on stones

    Outline features and clothes with coloured pens on stones


  • Theme: Being thankfulOpen or Close

    Art piece: Mosque sponge painting

    Drawing and cutting out mosque shape, moon and star shapes

    Cutting the shapes out (need assistance of parent or caregiver)

    Placing the cutout pieces on the black paper and sponge colouring them in

    Paint details with brush

About Our Instructors

Zena Dabbous

Zena Dabbous is a Lebanese-Canadian visual artist, who has polarized styles in her paintings, drawings, and mural work---from conceptual abstract figures in acrylics and mixed media, to abstract realism portraits in oil paint. Her multi-cultural and eclectic upbringing brings a novel and conceptual perspective to her artwork and the representation of women is very important to her creations.


Zena has exhibited, sold work, and has the Artist Recognition icon on SaatchiArt online. She has done mural artwork in well-known establishments in Kuwait like Bloomingdales’ Middle East and Crystal Towers.


Through a short time of a couple of years, Zena went from a self-taught artist to a professional one, and as an emerging artist, she is looking forward to more work, exhibitions, and projects in the future.


Zena currently lives in Kuwait, and works at an Art Studio/Gallery. She is also a freelancer artist.


Sarah Qaddoumi


Sarah Qaddoumi is an architect, with a professional background in art and all its different materials.


Mostly, she teaches acrylic and oil painting with a focus on technique building ranging from sketching to final finish product.


Her classes are usually open.