Kaleidoscope School of Art
MAP and Photo
2012 Student Show
Art Samples For Discount Sale!
BAAC Show of Kaleidoscope Jr.Hi and Sr. Hi Student work on Friday, May 18, 2007, PHOTOS.
Star Wars Comics
Super hero Cartooning
View our Chair-ity Auction Gallery
Thank you to everyone, visitors and staff|
who helped make our 25 Anniversary Celebration
a wonderful event!
Please view photos of the event on our Facebook Page.
School of Art
Celebrating Art Instruction, Since 1986
West Main Street
Barrington, Illinois 60010
for ages 4 through Adult
Drawing • Painting • Clay
Sculpture • Pastel • Home School
Mixed Media • Ceramic Tile • Pottery
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NEW:Register for Spring 2013 Classes.
Spring Session Art Classes begin on Monday April 22
Call 847-381-4840 to see what classes are still available.
View Spring 2013 Schedule
Registration for Summer 2013 Begins Saturday, May 4
TIMES FOR DRAWING NUMBERS for your place in line:
MON. - FRI., APRIL 22-26 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
SAT., APRIL 27 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM ,
MON. - FRI., APRIL 29-MAY 3 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
View Summer 2013 Schedule to read more about
Class Dates and NEW REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS
Call our office for available classes and more info: 847.381.4840
Office Hours: MON. - FRI., 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM,
Sat., 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM, Closed Sunday.
Great Link: Kaleidoscope Instructor, Miss Alayne, has a new helpful website
highlighting her work through Kaleidoscope School of art!
Link to her site.
Barrington Area United Way celebrated its 50th anniversary
Kaleidoscope Students Paint for The Barrington Roundup
with a Summer art event called "The Barrington Roundup", a public art exhibition
of hand-painted fiberglass horses were displayed
throughout the Barrington area from June through September 2009.
Kaleidoscope School of Art was approached by the
Barrington Area Ministerial Association (BAMA) to paint the horse
that organization sponsored for the area-wide exhibit.
Kaleidoscope School of Art students, Jessica Rojas, Kate Brown,
and Joel Jannetto collaborated on the colorfully painted colt (See Photos).
It is covered with flying doves against a blue sky over a town skyline
with lighted windows. A dove sculpture is also perched on top of the colt
and contributes to the BAMA's theme:
"Working together for the Glory of God and the common good".
Visit our Adult Student Show Online Gallery
Visit TIGRIKORN, the site of our
Cartooning Class Students
(6th grade through High School)