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Learning To Paint – On A Budget

Are you a painting student on a budget? Like most artists (except perhaps for Jim Carrey and George Bush) I am frugal with art supplies. Not only do their prices climb up every year, there’s no need to waste what I already have. Some students have asked me to describe my favorite tricks for saving money on supplies, and so I have decided to write about it in a tongue-in-cheek way. Where should we aim to cut costs? Ok. Let’s think of two kinds of learners. There is the student who is deciding whether painting is something they will like, and there is the student who already does a fair amount of painting during vacations, classes and workshops. If you are figuring out if painting is for you, keep it a secret. Don’t let your relatives or close friends pick out your gear or ...Read More

Guide to Acrylic Mediums and Additives

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FAQ

I am a total beginner (or a more experienced painter). Should I take your classes? Yes! Not only will you receive individualized attention in a small class setting, you’ll also receive the full benefit of Rebeca’s 10+ years of experience teaching painting to adults and teens alike. Every week, you will receive the agenda for next class and a reminder of any work to be done in advance. What else do I get with my enrollment fee? In addition, enrolled students receive access to the private part of this site with their registration fee. After logging on they can download instructional materials, post photos of their work, watch related videos, read in-depth articles, and carry out conversations with peers or with their instructor in a forum. Do I have to enroll online? Although I would prefer ...Read More