What makes ART CLASSES at Rhythm & Hues different?  Our unique curriculum, our nurturing, family owned studio setting, and our dedicated teachers!  

Meet our Co-founders and Owners, Mary Lou, Wendy & Amy!

Wendy and Amy

Wendy and Amy

Amy Hannibal Cowman & Wendy Hannibal Summers each hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and each have over 25 years of classroom experience.  In addition to teaching at the studio, Wendy is the K-5 art teacher at Morton Elementary in Millard and is pursing her masters degree, studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling in hopes of bringing Art Therapy to Rhythm & Hues.  Amy is the K-8 art teacher at St. Stephen the Martyr School in Omaha.  Wendy & Amy are sisters, they are mothers and they are also professional artists, active in the Omaha community! 

Mary Lou, on stage at Joslyn Art Museum, hosting our annual Spring Piano Recital

Mary Lou, on stage at Joslyn Art Museum, hosting our annual Spring Piano Recital

With over three decades of teaching experience, Mary Lou Hannibal, integrates traditional and innovative teaching methods into the Rhythm and Hues' Piano Program. Beginning and young piano students are introduced to various artists' styles and techniques.  More experienced students learn to appreciate the way artistic approach affects expression!   Unique incentive games, competitions, informal performance opportunities as well as formal ones accent a program that is then customized to fit each student's unique needs.  A highlight is our annual piano recital at Joslyn Art Museum, which is held each spring.  Students at all levels have to opportunity to perform! Mary Lou opened Rhythm & Hues with daughters Wendy & Amy in 1990!  She is a member of IMTO, OMTA and NMTA.