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Art Classes and Parties for Adults and Children

Harris Art Studio has been Creating in the Community since 2012, providing art instructions for children and adults of all skill levels. We offer small group classes and private lessons with open enrollment throughout the year in a gallery atmosphere where you can purchase original and commissioned artwork.
We also provide creative art camps for children during summer and winter breaks.  Clink on the links to see more. 

Current Instructors

Kyle Harris

Artist, Owner​, Instructor

Born and raised "up North", Kyle attended a small New England college to study art. After two years of college, she landed a job at a local tv station which lead to a 22 year career in TV production. While working in many areas of production she became a community activist focusing on women and children's issues. In 2003 she relocated to South Florida with her family and 9 years later ventured back to art and opened Harris Art Studio.  She teaches painting and drawing classes to children and adults.  As a small, black owned female business owner, Kyle enjoys creating lifelike paintings and defines her success as  a teacher by showing her students how to bring out their inner creativity. 

See Kyle's Paintngs HERE

Ms Rose

Drawing and Digital Art

Shona Rose teaches drawing and Digital Art classes. She was self taught in drawing and painting and later enrolled in Miami International University of Art and Design where she studied computer animation specializing in character creation and illustration.  Ms Rose graduated from MIU in 2019 and has been teaching Digital Art, and drawing classes at Harris Art Studio since 2019. She also is a tutor for the MAGIC Program at Miami Dade College, aiding students with animation, 3D modeling and digital design.

Ms Sheila


Sheila studied Fashion design at Parsons School of Design in New York City where she met Seventh Avenue (fashion) legend Teal Traina.  Sheila worked for Traina while a student and eventually full time at Teal Traina, Norman Norell, an American Fashion designer.  During her career working at various companies, she designed sportswear, evening clothing, fur and children’s wear.  Sheila left the industry to raise her two children but kept busy volunteering her artistic skills for school productions, parties and fundraisers. She also did charcoal drawings of live models at the Art Students League in NYC and Demarest Art Studio in New Jersey.  Currently Sheila is a watercolor artist at Harris Art Studio, and designs hand painted clothes and makes jewelry on commission.