64 Railroad Avenue
Sayville NY 11782
Our philosophy at Mini Monet is simple, we encourage students to express themselves freely through visual art while helping them to develop their fine art work through the use of a variety of mediums and techniques. We teach the fundamentals of drawing and painting, foster an appreciation of art and artists, and allow for creative expression. We won’t have students create cookie-cutter art nor copy paintings from books. Students are taught how to see the world around them and apply their learning to their work. Classes by age rather than skill level so that each person is able to reach his or her full potential.
Whether drawing, painting, sculpting or printmaking Mini Monet is the place to learn!
We also offer great birthday parties and family paint nights, using a step-by-step method.
We are very excited to now offer classes for teens and adults-craft nights, art technique nights and paint nights where we offer paint on canvas, glass painting and stenciling on wood palettes.
I've taken a variety of Pam Brewer's classes. Her instructions are very easy to follow and she is very happy to give assistance or offer alternatives to those who want to add their own touches. Pam is very personable and goes out of her way to make sure we are having fun in the process of creating our projects.
-Wendy Brian Liu
Mini Monet Art Studio
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Pam Brewer earned her Art Education Degree, taught at the Bayport - Blue Point public schools, and has been a business owner and teacher for 20 years! She loves teaching mixed media, sculpture, printmaking and drawing/painting. Her Adult classes are fun and unique combining collage, with crafts and even journaling to create a piece of art that is one of a kind.
I took a painting on canvas class. Pam is VERY patient and knows how to create a fun and supportive environment! I'm looking forward to my next class with Pam.
REVIEWS FROM STUDENTS!
Pam turned me in to an artist -- me, the girl who can't draw a stick figure actually painted a sign that was actually worth hanging in my yard!