Pay What You Want Art Classes
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To help grow and encourage the local art community
Pay What You Want Art ClassesAre you interested in learning to draw? Do you want to improve your artistic skills and creativity? Do you need assistance developing your portfolio? Here’s the perfect opportunity!Professional artist and educator Jonathan Rollins is currently accepting new students aged 10 years and up. If you’ve ever wanted to hone your creative side, now is the perfect time to do so! All levels of experience are welcome. If you can draw a stick figure, you can learn to create unique and appealing art from your imagination or life in any style! We currently offer instruction in and assistance with the following:Pencil and ink drawing and techniquePhotoshop - Blender - IllustratorConcept art ImaginationPortfolio critique and preparationCreativityRealismAnatomy CompositionAnimeWatercolor painting and technique Pastel drawing and techniqueFan artTattoo designRole-playing characters PerceptionAbstracts …And much more!You really can ‘pay what you want’ for the art classes we offer. All necessary materials are provided. We began this idea so that we would never have to turn away any aspiring artists. We believe in offering the best possible service to anyone who is interested, we believe in art, and we believe in people. We also believe that value is in the eye of the beholder—you’re welcome to pay whatever you feel the classes are worth. Some folks will pay $20, $40, or more for each hour of instruction, while others will pay nothing. We understand that many people may be genuinely interested in art, but they may not be able to pay for quality art lessons and supplies. If they are able to, they are welcome to pay whatever they feel the classes are worth and we are grateful for any monetary assistance given to us—most of it goes toward paying for art supplies and the artist’s bills. However, if they cannot afford to pay, they are under no obligation whatsoever to do so.Instructor holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eastern Kentucky University and has 20+ years of experience creating and teaching art. Classes are held at the Chestnut Tree Gallery, located at 102 E. Main St. on the corner of 1st St. and Main St. in Richmond. Please feel free to call us at (859) 625-8079 for more information or to schedule a lesson!
Artist News & Announcements
July 16 2014 on Oodle