Artzi Kids Free Drawing Lessons!

Our art lessons are unique step by step creations that are formatted in a book like style. Take your time flipping through the lesson and drawing at your own pace. 

Each lesson has been created by Linda Sperruzzi, professional artist and owner of The Painted Canvas art studio located on Long Island and tested by her students.

She believes that art lessons should be taught very slow and broken down into small geometric shapes and lines that kids feel comfortable with. The lessons are guided by arrows and clear text that explains each step. Art lessons take practice, so be patient and try the lessons several times to learn them well.

 *Artists of all ages develop very differently so when they are ready to move on to the next level they should, regardless of age. 

Collect our art lesson books, dolls and storybooks too!

Our free lessons are sectioned into "Little Artzi" and three additional levels.

 

'Little Artzi"

For the beginner artist, these lessons introduce basic drawing skills as the child gets used to following step by step , book style, directions.

Lessons are directed by arrows alone, no words. Parents, please supply a small cup for young kids to use for a circle. Start all lessons with a regular #2 pencil and eraser.

*Please click on first page of each art lesson to see in full view.

Level 1

Simple step by step drawing and coloring lessons based on geometric shapes and lines. Great for beginners and all ages.Start all lessons with a regular #2 pencil and eraser on letter size white paper. Computer paper works great!

*Please click on first page of each lesson to see in full view.

Level 2

More complex drawings that require many different shapes and lines. Lessons may require shading with different numbered pencils as well as colored pencils. Start all lessons with a regular #2 pencil and eraser on letter size white paper. Computer paper worlks great! *Please click on first page of each lesson to see in full view.

 Level 3

Complex drawing and different medium lessons still based on shapes and lines. Lessons will go into shading and blending techniques further. Start all lessons with a regular #2 pencil and eraser on letter size white paper. Computer paper works great!

*Please click on first page of each lesson to see in full view.