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Khalpana - Artist & Owner

I'm excited to bring visual art instruction into our community. Come join me for a lesson - you are invited to take half an hour of first class free! Creating art at ANY AGE is a rewarding experience! It spurs a creative outlook and enables unique individual expression! Khalpana has Master degree in Information technology my passion towards kids and art drove me to found Amazearts, where I use the highly-regarded Monart method to help kids become skilled and enthusiastic artists.

I am also conducting Art Program for Preschool kids in Kinderhaus Montessori School, Caffe Crema, Artopia Studios and Various community centres. Calgary.

We have conducted art classes and workshops in Glenbow museum, pottery barn, Calgary public library, MCHA Montessori schools, Marion Carson CBE school. Amazearts have participated in Calgary baby & tots show and proud sponsor of Rhubarb festival in Calgary.

Teacher: Ariane Lacrose:

Teacher: Laurel Scott

Laurel is a first year student and planning to pursue Fine Arts Degree. She grauduated in Dr. EP Scarlett High school in June 2015, During high school Laurel took part in the advanced placement art program and contests such as the Calgary Stampede art competition. Laurel’s favourite mediums to use are graphite, ink, and acrylic.
Laurel has worked at a summer camp for the last 3 years and would love to combine that with my love for art.


This proven method combines art and academics. It builds on the concept that art is a teachable subject, just like music, dance and sports are. The method is not about copying pictures, it's about learning how to see, interpret and commit to paper or other media. Every project has an academic component. The instructor, Khalpana Nindrai, completed the eduArts Certification Training course with Mona Brookes at her studio in Berkeley, US in 2012. This certification allows Khalpana to use the Monart methodology and to purchase and use the monart Curriculum and project plans designed by Mona Brookes.

See the student art posted on the Gallery page - the results speak for themselves!