Meet Sharon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sharon Calle has inspired artists ages 4 to 92! She shares her lifetime of art making and creative enthusiasm with her students.

Sharon graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design where she studied fine art, illustration, and graphic design. She is a K-12 certified teacher and has taught art in Long Valley, Mendham Township, Chester, and Morristown.

In Spring of 2016 Sharon decided to follow her dream of starting an art business. From designing graphics and planning projects to teaching classes and hosting painting parties, she loves every moment! 

Sharon’s interests include travel, stained glass mosaics, and hiking with her sketchbook. She lives with her chef husband in Randolph, NJ.

WHY ART?

The arts help develop lifelong skills including problem solving, communication, collaboration, and self-expression. Art making can be exciting, challenging, meditative, and fun.

Through creating art, you will grow as an artist and as a person. No matter the age or skill level, art will enhance your life!

WHY ARTSi STUDIO?

ARTSi Studio offers painting parties and high quality classes for children and adults. From drawing and painting to printmaking and sculpture, we provide creative outlets for artists of all skill levels!

With ARTSi Studio, you’ll learn more than a basic paint & sip. With individualized attention, you will learn and grow with each piece of artwork. Our classes are structured, but leave plenty of room for spontaneous creative exploration! Are you ARTSi?

 


Testimonials

Marge B.

“I can’t believe I painted this today!! Sharon Calle turned a bunch of non-artists into artists!”

Alana D.

“My 8 year-old daughter loved her ARTSi birthday party! Sharon Calle arrived with all of the materials and kept the children organized, engaged, and entertained. I would highly recommend ARTSi for a stress free, fun party!”

Cheryl K.

“What a fun, productive evening spent with teacher friends creating our own original beach “masterpieces” with our super talented art teacher, Sharon Calle!”