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Children paint with pop artist Perry Milou at Smith Playground in Philadelphia in collaboration with Philly Parents circle,, "Celebration of Play Event"   Oct 1, 2011


Thursday, 25 August 2011 15:25

Nine year old Faith Kurtzman loves Lady Gaga. Upon entering Palette Kids Studio, she  admired Perry Milou's original pop oil titled ''CAUTION GAGA'' , oil/mixed media on canvas 48/36 in, 2011.( see perrrymilou.com....new works). She  immediately asked her mother to purchase the piece for her, but mom said it was a little over her allowance budget, so Faith quickly ordered a giclee ( archival reproduction on canvas) from the artist and proceeded to add her own embellishments,, ie swarovski crytals and Martha Stewart Glitter, not to mention all the caution tape that she cut her own patterns for and decopauged on the print. Way to go Faith!!!!!

Palette Kids Art Class for Kids

Friday, 06 April 2012 00:46

Sherry Aikens is an entrepeneur and blogger for SuperExhausted. Last week, her and her children were able to enjoy the Palette Kids experience first hand. Her son was able to create a project using real clay, as pictured above. For more details about her experience, go to the link below:

SuperExhausted - Palette Kids

Another great blogger from the Philadelphia area was able to visit Palette Kids recently with her 6-year old daughter. The author of the blog Susan's Disney Family talks about the great time her daughter had during their visit on one of her latest blogs. In the picture above, you can see the masterpiece created by Susan's daughter during the class. You can read her review by clicking on the link below:

Susan's Disney Family - Palette Kids

Blogger for A Life is Balance Barb Hoyer was able to attend a Palette Kids class with 3 of her 5 kids. Besides praising the design of the art studio itself, Barb goes on to talk about the many ways in which her children were able to express themselves through art. All the different materials available make this a truly personalized experience for every kid. Read more about what she thought by visiting her article in thelunchbreakblog.com:

Lunch Break Blog - Palette Kids

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