Isabella Feng

​Principle & Senior Instructor

Isabella Feng graduated from Shandong University of Arts and Design in China. She has been actively involved in education and design careers for over twenty years. For the past, she designed for multiple large-scaled industrial engineer projects, such as banks, hotels and school buildings etc. For a brief period of time, Isabella also was a visiting guest Professor in ShanXi University of Arts and Design in China. 

After her immigration to Canada, Isabella co-founded the New Primary Color School of Art and Design with Instructor An. In year 2016, she established NPC College of Arts and Design. With better understanding of North American art cultures, Isabella dedicated herself to combine the Eastern and Western arts education together. Along with that, Isabella expands her instructor life in Canada to let the children who wish to become professional designers/artists can truly integrate into the atmosphere of North American art society. Isabella truly believes that all the students can acquire free, active thoughts, along with professional, realistic painting skills. In the future, these students can successfully major in art and design schools in North America.

Maisy Qiu

Children​'s Creative Drawing Instructor

Maisy Qiu majored in Graphic Design at Vancouver’s best art school - Emily Carr University of Art and Design. She joined NPC College of Art + Design in 2014 as an instructor of children’s creative painting. Maisy focuses on guiding students in a manner that inspires their creativity and strives to create a comfortable atmosphere to fully develop their potential and improve their ability to feel, appreciate, demonstrate, and create beauty.

Annie Jing Yu

​Children's Creative Drawing Instructor

Annie Yu graduated from Emily Carr University of Art + Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, major in illustration. Annie joined the NPC team in year 2020, since she has a background in illustration, she enjoys guiding kids to express their stories by creating pictures of their own. She hopes she may lead her young students to fully use their creativity, and enjoy this creative, colourful art world.