Fine Art Lessons for Young Artists

Ages 5-13 (K-8)

Give your child the benefit of cultivating their creativity and curiosity through weekly art classes taught by professional artists Emily Drew Mash and Beth Glover. 

Fall Semester 2019: Classes will meet every Thursday afternoon, September 6th - December 5th

Home School Track: 2:00pm - 3:30pm

After School Track: 4:00pm - 5:30pm  

Location: Twin City Bible (1337 Ebert St, Winston-Salem, NC 27103)

Enrollment begins Friday, August 9th 

$100/month, or $250/semester 

We offer a 15% sibling discount for the 2nd sibling


Weekly Lessons

Each lesson will encourage your child’s inherent creativity through drawing and watercolor fundamentals.  Our focus will be on the foundational elements of art – line, shape, space, value, form, texture, and color.  By the end of the school year, your child will have a strong foundation of drawing techniques, watercolor technique, color theory, and the elements of all visual art as well as great design.  Your child will also learn to pull inspiration from famous artists and nature.  

An Engaging + Fun Environment

We understand that kids need to be kids and we are passionate about helping them explore and learn in an approachable, inclusive, energetic and fun environment.  We are providing art lessons but also giving your child an outlet to relieve their stress and express their personalities through creativity.  We have intentionally chosen to cap our class sizes at 10 children per class. And with two teachers per class, we can ensure that your child will receive personal and age-appropriate guidance.  Every child will be encouraged to explore their own curiosity and individuality at any skill level. 

A Celebration of Creativity 

We will finish each semester with a gallery show, where we can come together to celebrate your child’s progress across the semester.  There will also be opportunities during the semester for you to order products featuring your child’s original artwork.  


Hi, we are Emily Drew and Beth -- professional artists, creators and entrepreneurs that share a love and reverence for the creative process.  We’ve spent so many enjoyable hours drinking coffee, talking and dreaming out loud, and ultimately discovering that our core beliefs are: 

  • Creativity is an inherent quality in every person. 

  • Art is a gift to the world.  It should be shared, seen, appreciated and accessible to every person - but especially children.  

  • Art and beauty have the power to inspire, transform and heal. 

  • Creative expression is good for overall health. 

  • Creativity is not limited to fine art - it influences critical thinking skills in the spheres of sports, academics, and business. We are committed to cultivating the whole child.

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Emily Drew

Emily Drew Mash is a prolific artist, teacher and mother of three. She received her BFA from Wake Forest University with a concentration in printmaking. Her work was chosen as part of the permanent collection of Wake Forest University. She was an exhibiting member of Artworks Gallery in WS, NC for several years before starting a family.

Currently, she teaches at Sawtooth, and is a regular teacher with Healing through the Arts, a non-profit that provides creative opportunities for current cancer patients and their caregivers. She also leads an annual art camp for kids during the summer.

In 2018, she launched her own handmade leather goods business which can be found at UrbnGrl, Sunnyside Mercantile, Sawtooth Gift Shop, Manda’s Creations, and Pop-Up Boone. When she isn’t designing handcrafted leather goods or printmaking, she enjoys painting in watercolor, often during her children’s nap time. To learn more about her journey as an artist, please visit



Beth is a professional artist and surface designer specializing in abstract expressionism using watercolor and mixed media; she is passionate about the transformative and healing power of art. She observed this first hand during her time as a weekly volunteer art teacher at Duke Children’s Hospital through the non-profit Arts for Life.

Beth’s artwork explores her love for rich texture, energetic movement as well as colorful and organic shapes, infusing fresh, artful beauty into every canvas and product. Currently, Beth licenses her original artworks to high-end brands in the home furnishings industry and designs her own artful products through her lifestyle and decor brand, Joyfire.

In early 2019, she launched the Joyfire by Beth Glover wallpaper collection of abstract murals with Mitchell Black Home in Chicago and has licensed over 35 designs to the luxe wall decor company Splash Works in High Point, NC.

To explore more of her work and products, please visit and