photo art courtesy Anna Laero, Flickr As an adult student, one of the greatest difficulties to developing my art is making time. For that matter, making time seems to be the difficulty with most things-- finding that precious and elusive balance between work and recreation, obligations and creativity. When Audrey announced the three-day Color … [Read more...] about Student’s Perspective: Making Time for Art – Keri
Art is simply more than just playing. Creating any kind of art uses a different side of your brain and it challenges you to solve problems creatively. There is no set recipe, but you can use some tools of the trade to help. Let’s take using color for example. Colors evoke emotions by themselves regardless of subject matter. Learning to use the … [Read more...] about Color! Bloom and Grow as an Artist!
Color Theory I - 3 Day Workshop Don't miss this opportunity to learn about color. Not sure this Workshop is for you??? Listen to what student Kelsey Zink said about her experience: "Imagine Dorothy on her farm in Kansas. You could easily illustrate it with smooth graphite, rich charcoal, soft pastel. I enjoyed learning to work with all … [Read more...] about OZ, the Journey from Black & White to Color! – Kelsey Zink
Treat yourself to the vibrant energy of color in this 3 Day Color Theory Workshop! There's still time to get your registration in for the discount. You'll walk away with a wealth of knowledge and tools to use with color. Here's what student Sherri Davis had to say about her experience after she attended a workshop. "At the time I took … [Read more...] about What Are You Waiting For? – Sherri Davis
IT'S BACK!!!! Join me for a 3 Day Color Theory Workshop and learn how to mix and use color! This has been the most requested workshop that I offer. Now you can see what all the buzz is about! Here's what student, Markus Pope, had to say about the workshop. "In my opinion, understanding color theory is essential for any artist, whether you're … [Read more...] about 3 Day Color Theory Workshop February 9 – 11 – Markus Pope