About Us

March Art Studios provides a creative learning environment focused on engaging children's crafts and also on lively adult classes. Everyone is creative and they need a place to practice and hone their skills. Have we got the place for you! The classes provide comfort, imagination growth, confidence, hand-eye coordination skills and so much more that will stay with our students for a lifetime. Every class will engage each student's interests with no limit to their imagination.

About Us

March Art Studios provides a creative learning environment focused on engaging children's crafts and also on lively adult classes. Everyone is creative and they need a place to practice and hone their skills. Have we got the place for you! The classes provide comfort, imagination growth, confidence, hand-eye coordination skills and so much more that will stay with our students for a lifetime. Every class will engage each student's interests with no limit to their imagination.

Children's Offerings

Our children's programs are designed with age in mind. This way the skill level is similar so students feel comfortable and secure in their explorations. We develop unique art activities that focus on creative problem solving skills that students can practice in our studio and confidently bring into their math and science classrooms and most importantly, along with them on their life's journey. We offer classes, camps and workshops that focus on tradition art materials, like paint, graphite and ink; to the untraditional, like tree branches, recycled bottles and found objects. The world is filled with unique opportunities for our creative minds. It is our duty to share with our students, all the endless possibilities.

 

Adult Offerings

Our adult programs have all skill levels in mind. From classes and workshops, to date nights, mommy gatherings and events. We collaborate with inspiring guest artists to introduce new mediums and techniques. We also offer mind cleansing after work classes to recharge your creative spirit for the rest of the week. We KNOW everyone is creative, come and practice with us!

OUR TEACHERS

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Alison Arnote


Bachelor of Arts Visual Anthropology with Minor in
Photography from University of Southern California


Associate Degree in Visual Communication from
Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising


Alison stumbled into art.  Growing up, she played lots of sports and was a bit more focused on math and science.  But she had an amazing high school art program that inspired her to continue taking art classes at USC, when she didn’t know what to study.  It was through a photography class there, that she discovered visual Anthropology.  Alison always enjoyed working with children, whether it was babysitting, summer camps, or coaching.  For a while she pursued a teaching degree, but ended up changing directions when she became interested in retail window displays.  But as life sometimes does, her’s has come full circle and she’s found herself wanting to work with kids again in a creative capacity.  She enjoys figuring out ways to make the arts attractive to all so they can become confident in their creativity - however it manifests itself.  If she’s not in the studio, she and her husband are usually chasing around her two young boys, going to SC football games or trying to keep an active lifestyle.

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Lisa Miller


Bachelor of Fine Art from California State University
Fullerton with a concentration in Graphic Design


Lisa told her mom when she was two that she wanted to be an artist. Smart kid! After years of wanting to be a Disney animator (she was born too late to be an ink and paint girl) found herself in Typography 101 (letters are beautiful class) and switched majors. She swoons over multi page documents and is getting used to (doesn't really like) the constraints of web design. She thrives on children's endless imaginations and encouraging young dreamers to live their passion! She loves creating open ended projects that allow for maximum creativity. If she's not in the studio you'll find her donning Minnie Mouse ears of her fashioning at Disneyland (her other happy place °o°), perusing the farmers market with her fiance for the perfect fruit for some jams or jellies or digging in the dirt on her patio trying to find extra space for some unique succulents because there just has to be room for just a few more!

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Alison Arnote


Bachelor of Arts Visual Anthropology with Minor in
Photography from University of Southern California


Associate Degree in Visual Communication from
Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising


Alison stumbled into art.  Growing up, she played lots of sports and was a bit more focused on math and science.  But she had an amazing high school art program that inspired her to continue taking art classes at USC, when she didn’t know what to study.  It was through a photography class there, that she discovered visual Anthropology.  Alison always enjoyed working with children, whether it was babysitting, summer camps, or coaching.  For a while she pursued a teaching degree, but ended up changing directions when she became interested in retail window displays.  But as life sometimes does, her’s has come full circle and she’s found herself wanting to work with kids again in a creative capacity.  She enjoys figuring out ways to make the arts attractive to all so they can become confident in their creativity - however it manifests itself.  If she’s not in the studio, she and her husband are usually chasing around her two young boys, going to SC football games or trying to keep an active lifestyle.

Lisa Miller


Bachelor of Fine Art from California State University
Fullerton with a concentration in Graphic Design


Lisa told her mom when she was two that she wanted to be an artist. Smart kid! After years of wanting to be a Disney animator (she was born too late to be an ink and paint girl) found herself in Typography 101 (letters are beautiful class) and switched majors. She swoons over multi page documents and is getting used to (doesn't really like) the constraints of web design. She thrives on children's endless imaginations and encouraging young dreamers to live their passion! She loves creating open ended projects that allow for maximum creativity. If she's not in the studio you'll find her donning Minnie Mouse ears of her fashioning at Disneyland (her other happy place °o°), perusing the farmers market with her fiance for the perfect fruit for some jams or jellies or digging in the dirt on her patio trying to find extra space for some unique succulents because there just has to be room for just a few more!