More than just art classes
Our weekly art lessons have elements of student choice, teacher inspiration, healing arts, and so much more. It's like being a part of a little art community - supportive, encouraging, and comfortable. My goal is to increase my students' tolerance for trying new things, help them discover what they love to do, and facilitate more of it - always over a freshly brewed pot of herbal tea:)
"My daughter absolutely LOVES her weekly art class with Ms. Tilton. Her classes foster creativity in a patient and warm setting and I am constantly amazed at the projects she brings home! I feel lucky that Amy is a part of my daughter’s life and I know she feels the same!" - Matt, Kingston
"We really love Amy’s art classes! When I ask my daughter what her favorite part is she says everything! The artistic freedom that seems like therapy for them as well as helping with the outdoor animals is really the most amazing time for them. Amy allows the kids to be as creative as they can, while encouraging them to try new things that maybe they’ve never been able to do before. Amy herself is the most kind and patient teacher I’ve come across in a while, she reminds me of Ms. Honey from Matilda! My daughter looks forward to it every week!" - Bonnie, Kingston
"Highly recommend Home Remedy studio! My girls so look forward to their time there each week. The studio is peaceful, inviting, and perfectly set up for fun, art, and inspiration. Amy gives kids the freedom to work on projects that spark their own creativity while offering help, ideas, and encouragement. My kids love working on projects while sipping tea, listening to music, and chatting about tween/teen life with Amy and friends in class. They both come home from the studio each week feeling happy and inspired!" - Meg, Stratham
"My 11 year old daughter has been benefiting from art with Amy for more than two years now. Through after school lessons, workshops, and summer / school vacation camps, she has been exposed to a wide variety of artistic ventures and experiences. Not only does she benefit from art exploration/ skill building, she is spending time in nature, exploring the garden, interacting with the animals and/or enjoying a cup of tea while building new friendships. I love how she is discovering her passion in such a nurturing environment that encourages her curiosity and creativity.
A few weeks ago I asked my daughter if she wanted to go to art camp over school vacation. Her response was, “Of course I want to do it! You can sign me up for whatever Ms Tilton is doing. You don’t have to ask me anymore mom”
Needless to say, this little art studio nestled in rural Stratham is a hidden gem!" - Sue, Stratham