Jeannie Guthrie is an artist and art teacher specializing in Reggio-inspired art teaching, in which students are encouraged to problem-solve and hone critical thinking skills. Guthrie taught in public (Pre-K-5) schools in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and in Little Rock for 12 years.

Our first class in 2013

In 2013, Miss Jeannie’s back porch turned into an outdoor art studio for toddlers and pre-schoolers on sunny afternoons. In 2016, she opened Guthrie Studio to host after-school art classes, camps and craft nights. Three years later, Guthrie Studio became ZIG ZAG, and opened the doors of its new space in Little Rock’s historic Hillcrest neighborhood.

Miss Jeannie holds a Bachelors of Fine Art from Sewanee, The University of the South, and a Masters in Education Administration from the University of Alabama. She loves the outdoors and food. Her two daughters, Clare and Alice, enjoy making messes and art projects as much as she does.


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Jordan Wolf is an art educator born and raised in Little Rock, AR with 8 years of teaching experience in the Little Rock School District and local community arts initiatives. Her mission as an art educator is to empower students by providing the tools to communicate ideas and feelings through the creation, interpretation, and evaluation of works of art. Through art, she hopes to cultivate lifelong learning skills such as critical thinking and problem solving, collaboration, self direction, accountability, as well as leadership and responsibility.


Casie Selig is the perfect fit to teach Ultimate Playdate. She has a Masters in Early Childhood Education, and she has been teaching Pre-K at Holy Souls for the last 7 years. Casie and her husband, Sam, are from Hot Springs and have been besties since Kindergarten. They now live in Cammack Village with their 3-year-old daughter, Evie, and baby boy, Gray. Casie also runs a monogramming and applique business called Carrot Tops (@carrottopslr). Now she's ready to make a mess with your kiddos at Zig Zag!


A lifelong art student, Kelley began teaching art at Holy Souls in 2016, working with students of all ages, from Kindergarten through 12th grade. She is a muralist for Jelly Murals, and in her free time, loves working with paint, printmaking and illustration. Kelley has two kiddos of her own, Gus and Anna, and loves glitter, googly eyes, and all the colors!