Welcome to Fizer Fine Art
Art is about seeing anew and creating afresh
As an artist and an art instructor, Jason Fizer cultivates a love for creating art. He equips his students with a knowledge of art tools and instills in them a love for the media (paints, pencils, etc), thus developing their skill for expressing creativity with beauty and excellence. His students’ new artistic and creative skills will benefit them in many other areas, such as problem-solving, thinking, and communication skills.
In 2019, Lily Pope joined Fizer Fine Art and in 2022, Gloria Ray joined us. They bring their years of art experience to our studio as they share their love of art with our students.
God created the heavens and the earth. Since we are made in His image, we are creative by nature. Through art, we can take elements (such as line, shape, value, texture, and color) and compose a meaningful form. Art is also about seeing. We learn to see all the parts that make up the whole and their relationship to each other.
Fizer Fine Art offers art eduction that reflects our Creator by creating works of beauty and excellence. Our students develop a working knowledge of art tools, media (paint, colored pencils, charcoal, etc) and techniques (shading, perspective, etc). Classes are kept very small (4-6 students) and are structured to maximize student/teacher interaction. All our instruction is individualized to each student and is entirely hands-on. We enjoy teaching in a nurturing, relaxed atmosphere.
Classes Throughout the year
During the summer, we enjoy offering a much more flexible schedule of classes. Classes run from June 13 to August 8 on Mondays to Thursdays. You can pick any 8 or more classes on ANY day at ANY time during ANY week that your chosen instructor offers them. Choose more than 8, and get 20% off each additional class! You can pick up to 2 classes in one day. You could create your own art week and have 8 classes in one week. Or schedule classes around your vacations and camps. Mix it up any way you’d like.
Our classes are kept very small (4-5 students) and all instruction is individualized to each student.
School Year Classes
Students begin with at least 2 semesters of Drawing/Colored Pencils. This medium allows them to gain a solid foundation in critical art skills which can then be transferred to painting. They learn to draw and to gain mastery of color by layering and mixing color and by creating textures through color. In painting class, students continue to develop their drawing and color skills as they learn how the paint moves, blends, and interacts with the surface of the canvas.
School-year lessons are weekly, one-hour classes structured on a semester basis. Our classes are very small (4-5 students) and all instruction is individualized to each student.