ABOUT OUR ART SCHOOL
Burnt Sienna Berlin is an art school founded in 2016 by visual artist Louise Thomas.
Burnt Sienna Art School Berlin was founded in 2016 at the now closed AGORA studios in Neukölln. It was originally an Art Club for local artists to get together and draw from a model. The school has moved to a beautiful attic space and has evolved into a rich community offering painting and drawing classes year round. Alongside the courses the studio offers regular life drawing sessions and studio time for artists.
The shared Burnt Sienna studio offers independent studio time to artists in Berlin. We have two working stations and all the basic materials included for oil painting.
In the spring of 2020 Burnt Sienna will introduce an international artist residency. The selected artists will work for a month in the studios and give classes alongside an artist talk and exhibition of works created.
The school prides itself on offering small class sizes, the highest level of teaching and flexibility towards artistic development.
Visual artist and founder of Burnt Sienna Berlin
Louise Thomas is a visual artist based in Berlin. Thomas is a visiting tutor at Newlyn school of art and Falmouth University since 2010.
Thomas founded Burnt Sienna out of the now closed AGORA collective in 2016 the school as moved to the beautiful and historic Blo Ateliers 20 minutes train ride from Alexanderplatz in Victoria Stadt.
London-born Louise Thomas received her BA in Fine Art from the Falmouth School of Art UK in 2007, following a Diploma in Art Foundation from
Kingston University, London in 2004. Thomas has exhibited Internationally and shows works regularly in London and Berlin. Shortlisted for the Celeste Painting Prize and 4 New Sensations,
organised by Shortlisted for the Celeste Painting Prize and 4 New Sensations, organised by the
Saatchi Gallery and Channel 4, both in 2007. Recent solo exhibitions include The discovery
room Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, Berlin 2019, Starmaps, Das Gift project space 2017, GTA Tru Life at ASHLEY, Berlin and Artifice
of Paradise at BISCHOFF/WEISS, London (both 2013).