10 - 27 46 Ave, second floor, Long Island City NY 11101
Tel. (718) 937-1300 or (301) 681-6987
|Bridgeview School of Fine
Arts in Queens & Manhattan NYC
NYC Art classes in painting, drawing, college portfolio
Attention! Now registering for the Summer Semester (July 8 - August 31) for all classes. Call (718) 937-1300 to register!
Bridgeview School of Fine Arts in New York was founded by classically-trained artists from Eastern Europe and Russia in 2000, so we've been in business for 12 years.
The school teaches Drawing, Painting & Composition to adults and children. Also offering classes in art portfolio preparation for high school and college.
Bridgeview approach is based on the centuries-old techniques developed by generations of European masters. These techniques were painstakingly preserved in Russia through the 20th century while they were much forgotten in the west. Our instructors have received this unique training are now passing it on to students in this country, and the results are impressive. Our students win many prestigious awards, get accepted with scholarships to specialized art high schools and colleges, some even sell their own work at an early age. And those who want to pursue art as a hobby also make fast progress.
Bridgeview School is conveniently located in New York City. We are in Long Island City (Queens), one subway stop from Manhattan by E,V,7 trains and G from Brooklyn. We are two blocks away from the most spectacular waterflont overlooking Manhattan. Our peaceful and beautiful neighborhood is called Hunter's Point.
Small Groups. Lots of individual attention. Friendly Atmosphere. Our teachers truly care about your progress. Regardless of your level, they will give you the most amount of individual attention.
Low fees. $12 - 17 hours per hour. For kids' classes all professional-grade materials are included.
No prior experience necessary, Absolute Beginners welcome.
Art Camp and Tour of France. July 13 - 19, 2013! Completely booked for this summer! Next summer enrollment will begin in January 2014.
Walk in the footsteps of Claude Monet with your easel and paints. Click on on the photo below for more information!
While there are many classical art schools today, Bridgeview approach is different. To better understand our approach we recommend visiting these pages
Bridgeview is one subway stop from Manhattan. Take #7 train at Grand Central Station and go one stop to Vernon Jackson or E and V trains at Lexington Avenue and go one stop to 23 St/Ely Ave. We are also close to G train.
Watch Bridgeview Videos
Lena Murray, founder and Director of Bridgeview, was featured by the Voice of America Russian Language Service, July 2012
Painting demonstration by Bridgeview instructors and alumni. January 2010
Portrait Sculpture Workshop taught by Tatyana Zhurkov. April 2010
Art Classes for Children
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