NOW in our 24th year, the ArtQuest School of Art & Design remains committed to offering the very finest formal art training to gifted and/or talented children and teens.  Working in small groups, students expand artistic proficiency through fun, yet intense sessions with local professional artists, college art major interns, and ArtQuest trained instructors.  REAL skills are developed, essential for personal growth, learning, and self- esteem.
We believe that art is more than simple recreation.      

Developmental arts education is the single most important factor in assimilating cultural literacy, an awareness which will pay lifelong dividends.  Art enhances communication skills by stimulating the creative right side of the brain.  Our program, designed for exceptional children, addresses both creative and quantitive potential by utilizing existing visual maxims in learning to draw accurately - a left brained pursuit - then encouraging individual aesthetic choice as to the presentation of this information.  THIS is the classic paradigm upon which traditional artistic values are built.  Simply put:  you have to learn the rules before you can break them.  Children with an artistic gift deserve such an approach if they are to ever maximize their creative potential. 

We believe that mediocrity is worse than failure.

We teach children that patience is indeed a necessary virtue in the creative process.  They are encouraged to take their time and do their best work.   A work of art is not a perfunctory task, it requires it's own time, it's done when it's done.  Instant gratification is a syndrome that plagues us all; our society has indoctrinated us in the quick and easy.  At the ArtQuest School we give that gentle push to inspire children to work a little harder, to strive for excellence.     

Gregory Graham Grant and his ArtQuest School received a special commendation from Florida Governor Lawton Chiles in 1996 for excellence in developmental arts education.  The school has served thousands since 1988 through local, regional, and international outreach programs, and provides altruistic services, instruction, and assistance to deserving agencies and individuals.

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"Providing the finest formal art training to children and adults since 1988"

"Lauren"  Charcoal drawing by Gregory Graham Grant

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"Teaching students to 'see' is why my school exists.  It's about learning the nature of things: light, proportion, composition and color.  Humor and gentle encouragement are used to develop this valuable foundation, after which young artists are at liberty to explore the vast creative potential of their hearts and souls." 
Greg Grant  
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