Check out The Art Taylor LLC whether you want to be a painter or drawing, abstract painting, and painting. Check out this academy that offers painting lessons to kids and adults. They also provide original paintings and reproduction for sales.
Eastpointe, MI 48021 Best of 2020 8 years in business
My art is my creative release from day to day life, and I’ve been practicing in the profoession for 10 years now. My background began in many mediums including watercolor, charcoal, oil pastels, graphite, and ceramics, but my medium of choice and focus is acrylic paint on stretched canvas. I like experimenting and pushing the norm with style and subject matter. I also like vibrant color schemes and using unexpected colors on my subjects.
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Hire Shauntai if you want to learn how to paint while having a great time. Shauntai is an art instructor who provides drawing lessons as well. They provide winter camps as well as workshops for children and adults.
I am a fine artist for 42 years . I am totally passionate by beauty,colors ,shapes . I have my heart committed with this path and this is my way to see the world ! I love teaching and talking to my students about art and life.
Orion Charter Township, MI 48359 17 years in business
Eric Leggs Sr is a multidisciplinary artist who conducts private painting lessons to students. This expert also handles acrylic painting, illustration, and adobe photoshop. This pro provides eight-week oil painting classes, and weekend workshops for beginning and intermediate students.
Laura Wass Designs offers drawing, art and painting lessons. arts and crafts, watercolor painting, and painting are also offered. This professional offers custom packages that can accommodate your budget and needs.
Classical Painting Lessons has a team of talented art teachers who offer drawing, oil painting, and painting in Detroit. Their private or semi-private classes cover exercises and techniques. This pro is a paint instructor who offers drawing, painting, and oil painting.
Students decide where to start. When I was in high school, it bored me to tears when I had to sit through instruction on things I'd already taught myself. So for most students, I take an open studio approach where they bring whatever they are working on and let me know exactly what they want help on. I save the step-by-step approach for people who request a high level of structure, and for paint parties. As a retired school teacher and established painter, I know how to get right to the heart of a student's needs.
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