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Painting Equipments


Art Lessons

Want to learn how to draw and paint?

Want to learn how to make different styles of art?

Want tips on how to improve your techniques?

I started teaching people to draw back in high school. In a high school of 3000 kids, my classmates knew me as an artist. Even back then, I was helping people learn how to draw. I even considered becoming a high school art teacher.

I put teaching on the shelf for a long time until I had a family. I wanted to teach my own kids how to draw. And then, I wanted to help other local kids, too. I offered free art classes as my way of giving back to the community, and they were very successful. I had several parents ask me if I offered regular classes which got me thinking: was this something people of all ages wanted?

So I have decided to start offering art lessons. My plan is to work with both individuals as well as small groups.

I work with a variety of mediums:

  • Pencil, charcoal, graphite

  • Pen & ink

  • Watercolor

  • Colored pencil

  • Pastel

  • Acrylic paint

  • Marker

  • Digital painting (Photoshop, etc.)

I also teach a variety of styles:

  • Cartoons, comics, caricatures, animation

  • Murals

  • Realism

  • Impressionism

  • Landscapes

  • Still life

  • Cubism

  • Surrealism

  • And more...

Age Groups:

  • Kids | K-3, 4-5, 6-8, 9-12

  • Adults | Young adults, and the rest of us!


Customized Lessons

Rather than come up with some preset lessons where everyone makes the same thing, my hope is to give you the art education you need to start creating anything you want. You can tell me what you would like to learn, and I will create a customized lesson plan for it.

Painting Studio


At this point, I do not have my own public art studio. However, I can meet you at a location of your choice, or I have a few friends with spaces that can be rented.

Questions or Need Pricing Info?

Contact me and let me know what you'd like. I will do my best to provide you with all the information you need.

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