Spirit Animal Pottery Sculpture Project for Kids

Spirit animals give us strength, hope, love and comfort – they are all around us of we are open to seeing them!

Karen McHugh

I was born and raised on Long Island, New York. I studied art at the School of Visual Arts in NY, New York and Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL where I received a BA in Graphic Design and [...]

Liz Mostoller

I’m Liz. Art makes me happy. Teaching art makes me giddy. One of my favorite quotes is “Some people only dream of meeting their favorite artists… I teach mine!” – unknown.  How [...]

Fall Classes Start Sept. 6

In the midst of the LONGEST. TWO. DAYS. EVER. we could not love this more!

Maggie Reasons

Maggie has a background in social work and teaching which inspired her to blend her two favorite things- creativity and kids. She strives to create a positive learning environment for kids that [...]

Emmy Hood

My name is Emmelyn Hood and I am originally from Conway, South Carolina. I am so excited to be a part of the Small Hands Big Art team! During my time as a student studying Fine Art at Coker [...]

Hannah Anabtawi

Hannah was one of the first art instructors to ever work at Small Hands Big Art, back in 2010!   After playing a key role in defining SHBA’s unique brand and teaching style in our early [...]

Nyelle Jackson

Hello! My name is Nyelle and I once was a student here at SHBA! I love to draw portraits and animals, and paint every now and then. I want to inspire kids to have fun and enjoy their art work [...]

Rachel Snead

Rachel is a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in Environmental Studies with a minor in Spanish. In quarantine, she picked up crocheting as her new hobby and [...]