about the studio|
Formally launched in 2012, We are the premiere creative arts center for kids in Keller, Texas! We started out in a tiny ‘playhouse’ space on Main street, for our first three years. Once we outgrew that space, we jumped over 2 blocks to Olive street for 2015 and early 2016. Starting August 2016, our NEW location is at 128 Keller Parkway, and we are excitedly settling in this historic and quirky spot, just East of Hwy 377 on 1709. We are an independently & locally owned, private studio.
who we are
Our studio is full of artists and teachers who love to create, and who truly care about kids! Sarah Zamora is the founder of Artful Mayhem Studio. In creative business in DFW since 2003, she is a self-taught, internationally published artist and has taught various art and craft part-time classes for more than 10 years to students of all ages.
Our staff team consists of lead teachers and studio assistants that happily call Artful Mayhem Studio their home. Kelsey, Madison, Alexa, Misty, Kristen, and Bethany are a few members of our crew who teach and help with classes, as well as other fun faces during our busy seasons!
what we do
Classes and workshops with Artful Mayhem Studio provide a unique opportunity for your artist to explore and develop creative skills in a organized, yet vibrant and quirky atmosphere. This freestyle creative center offers all sorts of projects, from art in watercolors, acrylics, drawing, mixed media & sculpture, recycled art, crafts and other exciting creative projects.
Each class starts with a ‘warm up’ activity, which is followed by step-by-step instruction with art terminology and history thrown in so that each artist will learn new knowledge, techniques, and proper use of the media as the project is explained. Kids create their own work, start to finish!
We offer one-time workshops and semester-long classes and summer camps as well as parties. All classes are based on original ideas, techniques, and methods. This is not a ‘boxed’ lesson or project that your child will learn elsewhere. Flexible teaching material and smaller class sizes (6:1 3yo-PreK, 12:1 (or less) K-12th) allow us to cater to the needs, interests, and creative quirks of each group of students!