Art Lessons

Group & Semi-Private Lessons
Art Lessons
Art Lessons
Art Lessons
Synergy offers one hour group and semi-private art lessons at various times during the week. Classes begin as low as $15 per class for group and $23.95 per class for private! Our talented teachers cater to the preferred style and goals of each individual student. All materials are included. Art exhibitions and displays are part of the curriculum. 
Scholarships are offered through annual festivals.
Group Classes
This recreational program is offered for $120. Classes are 1 hour long, once a week for 8 weeks. These lessons are designed for mostly beginner students ages 5-13. We currently have a number of group classes offered at both locations. *Please note: art group classes fill up quickly. Sign up early to avoid disappointment. 
Please see schedule here
High School & Audition Preparation
Our program will prepare students applying to the Regional Arts Program - including Mayfield Secondary School Auditions. Interview preparation, audition and portofolio requirements. We will help you create a portfolio; drawings of still life, self portrait, decorative graphic design, geometric shapes, Sketchbook. Students preparing for auditions must take semi-private lessons in order to focus on building the required portfolio. 
Art Lessons
Synergy Art Showcase
See student galleries at both locations & the Rose Theatre in June
Semi-private students have the opportunity to participate in our end of the year recital at the Rose Theatre. The student gallery is one of the highlights of our recital. We also offer opportunities to display art at either location. 
"I have been with Synergy for over 3 years. It is a fantastic and warm place, full of positive energy. Extremly nice staff and owners make you feel like part of family."
- Małgorzata

Our Team

  1. Glynnis
    Senior Art Teacher
    Glynnis has been an educator at PAMA & the Peel School Board for a number of years. She specializes in clay sculpture. She has facilitated art workshops throughout the GTA; including Beau Arts Art Gallery, Canadian Mental Health Association, Bollywood Monster Mash Up, Sikh Heritage Month and the Education Centre of Peel. In addition, she has also been a strong advocate for Art Therapy, teaching programs to seniors in Long Term Care Facilities. She believes that art should be taught in a relaxing, non-judgmental environment that encourages self-expression and creativity. Her goal for each student is to find a visual key that unlocks each persons door.
  2. Jasmine
    Group & Private Art
    Jasmine is a recent graduate of the Visual Arts program at Mayfield Secondary School, and has been an active participant in Brampton's and Caledon's artistic communities for several years. She has had her work displayed in the Alton Mill, Beaux Arts Brampton, the Bolton-Caledon Library, the Peel Regional Police Association, and Bramalea Alliance Church, and is a recent recipient of the Police Artists of Peel Dave Spence scholarship for visual arts and citizenship. She is a firm believer that everyone is an artist in one way or another, and that all kids need the opportunity to explore what being an artist means for them.