Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Art For All

I've been delighted to be a part of a new movement toward making art. It's happening all over the world, from "Stockholm to Sydney, Barcelona to Brooklyn". It's the one year anniversary of Sketchbook Skool and both students and teachers are cheering the phenomenal success created from the inspiration from Danny Gregory and Koosje Koene. If you want to read how Danny and Koosje are feeling about their phenomenal success just click on their names.

At the moment, Sketchbook Skool (SBS for short) has three classes it offers, Beginnings, Seeing and Storytelling. They are each six weeks long, each week having a phenomenal art teacher who will inspire you with their insights, help and personal sketchbook journey. I hear new classes are being created as we speak and I can't wait to learn about what they'll be all about. All the classes are offered in a three month rotation. For instance, Beginnings started for the fourth time on January 2nd, Seeing started January 23rd and Storytelling starts February 13th. I understand the next offering of each class will be in April and hopefully we'll have a fourth class then too!! 

If you'd like to see just what Sketchbook Skool is all about, here's a free sample class that gives you an idea of what you'll get if you sign up. Also, SBS has a blog where you can read wonderful articles that will inspire you to make art and try new things with your art supplies. There's even a compilation video of SBS students telling Danny & Koosje just how Sketchbook Skool changed their art world. Click here to view.

The art you see are pieces I did when I was enrolled in Sketchbook Skool. It's a terrific, enlightening and encouraging environment with so many teachers and students who will bolster your belief in your own talent. Art for ALL, come join us.



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