“In every child, there is an artist…” – Pablo Picasso.


Anne Freeman

is a long-time D.C. resident who brings 20 years of art experience and an energetic enthusiasm to to her teaching. Anne has taught children privately from The River School, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School, the National Child Research Center (NCRC), Barbara’s Montessori School, National Presbyterian Church School (NPS), Hyde-Addison Elementary, Stoddert Elementary and Beauvoir to name a few. She has taught a year-long Art Resource Program at the Chevy Chase Bethesda Community Children’s Center and teaches a yearly Art Resource Unit at Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church Nursery School.

Children that enroll in classes will enjoy an opportunity to learn about artists such as Monet, Seurat, O’Keeffe, Matisse and Calder. Children will also be exposed to contemporary art and artists such as Koons, Warhol and Lichtenstein. Classes incorporate exploration of artistic materials, techniques and of course, good old fashioned arts and crafts. Children will make seasonal crafts such as Valentine’s Day cards, holiday ornaments, Earth Day projects and more!  We let the glitter fly at Anna Banana. FUN!

” A true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.”

Albert Einstein

3270 S Street, NW in Georgetown

 cell 202-550-7121 or home 202-248-0662