Located in the beautiful Steveston community on Steveston our little children’s art studio is the perfect place: lovely, cozy & welcoming, for students to create & experience the joy of making art.
Our program follows 4Cats pedagogy founded on building a world that encourages a love of art, beauty & learning, an environment of kindness & happiness, a studio where we all work together in a beautiful, professional & artistic space.
Throughout the program, students can explore a variety of mediums, which encourages a love of learning, independence, creativity & artistic flow.
Students create NEW projects each session, they are guided by our talented instructors, using professional art supplies & are encouraged to engage in talks about inspirational artists.
3820 MONCTON ST, RICHMOND, BC V7E 3A6
Meet Your Team
A group of friends & artists working together for the love of art.
Meet Emily, our studio Guru. We are thrilled to have her running the Steveston Art Studio, with her fine arts background and extensive painting knowledge. Emily is completing her Masters of Fine Arts in Theatre and Film, Set Design and Production at the University of British Columbia, graduating in November of 2020. She completed her undergraduate studies with a focus on painting and has even attended a painting intensive in Paris, France. She is originally from Ohio but calls British Columbia her home now. She loves Steveston Village and is looking forward to meeting all the wonderful families that come into the studio.
Léah is a talented illustrator and teacher at 4Cats. She has a Diploma in Fashion Business and Creative Arts from the John Casablancas Institute in Vancouver. She loves character design, children’s book illustration and writing. She is originally from Calgary, Alberta but has lived in British Columbia for many years. She now calls Richmond her home and loves creating with and inspiring her students at 4Cats.
Please Note: We aim to fire clay in order of date but sometimes this is not possible due to space in the kiln or thickness of the art pieces. Clay pieces may need up to 3 weeks to dry.