Think you can’t paint? Oh, sure, maybe you’ve tried it. You remember painful moments in school where you envied the kid next to you who seemingly could draw anything – even Spiderman. But your efforts? Well, maybe that’s what drove you to studying accounting.
Or maybe you found creative solutions to hide your humiliation and lack of confidence, like the kid named John. He was so stressed that he broke out in a cold sweat when his first grade teacher said it was time to draw. He thought a while, grabbed a crayon and drew a circle big enough to fill the paper and proceeded to color it green. When asked about what it was, he said it was an English Pea. Clever.
Maybe you feel this way because you’ve never had the opportunity to really and truly learn the basics. Just like learning scales to play piano pieces, or learning the proper swing to hit a baseball, making art relies on fundamental skills that CAN BE LEARNED. By pretty much anyone. Yes, even you.
I’m here to help you.
So, if you’ve never had any luck, perhaps it’s time to try again in a supportive and nurturing environment. Come splash around in the paint and have fun.
Classes cover the fundamental skills you’ll need to be able to paint realistic artworks. We start with still life (since it doesn’t move) and progress on to other subjects as you acquire basic skills.
New classes begin in March. Want to know more? You can call or email for information or to register, or go HERE for more information including contact info and registration.
- Thursdays – 9:30am-12:30pm
- Fridays – 1:30pm-4:30pm