Saturday, November 26, 2016

Mixed Media Masterclass Online Workshop!

Starts January 9! I am really looking forward to working with many familiar artists who have become friends and some new ones!

Offered only one time a year..is the MIXED MEDIA MASTERCLASS. This online workshop is for intermediate and advanced artists that are looking to refine their skills to produce professional works for the fine or commercial art marketplace.

Start Date: January 9 to March 3, 2016

Course Length: 8 weeks - $400.00


Enrollment is Limited to 12! Early enrollment is advisable. Offered only one time a year.


If you have previously taken the class, you can audit the workshop, working on a new body of work! (Audit $350.00)

Artists will work on their own self-generated projects at a pace they feel comfortable with. In addition to weekly assistance with portfolio enhancement and development, the class will cover a variety of topics from professional business practices, promotional strategies, merchandising, social media and public relations to studio practices, experimental and traditional painting techniques and an exciting multitude of artistic inspirational resources. In a nut shell, I will assist you in creating some amazing mixed-media art as well as offer guidance for your art business!

Artists that attend my online workshops come from all over the globe, making the online experience rich and rewarding to be a part of. You can choose to work on works of art (in any media), or a combination of art and business initiatives . Discussions regarding personal outlook, growth and development will also help each artist to explore and expand upon their own creative process as well as establish successful business goals for the long term.

The workshop is run as an eight-week online workshop. I have set-up a private resource blog to serve as the interactive platform for the class. It will have articles, videos, downloads and links that will act as valuable supplementation to the class critiques. I will be in the classroom Monday through Friday reviewing in-process and finished works. Take this as an opportunity to do something really extraordinary, making an impact on your career for years to come!

For intriguing mixed-media techniques, check out my book Experimental Painting.  

If you are interested but can't make this session, subscribe to my mailing list!



I love teaching and working with other artists that are as passionate about the creative process as I am. You can check out an interview from The Artist's & Graphic Designer's Market on me that does a good job on explaining my philosophies on art, creativity and the importance of creative collaboration. To know a little about my background and interests there is another interview from CreateMixedMedia.com 

I have authored seven books on mixed-media art and creative self promotion as well as a hundreds of articles for many of the industry's leading art publications. In addition, I teach in several of the top MFA (Master of Fine Art) programs in the United States, assisting talented artists in elevating their brand and promoting their work. I have lectured and taught workshops at the following institutions:

American Institute of Graphic Arts
The Society of Illustrators, NYC
The Art Students League of NY
The National Illustration Conference
The Norman Rockwell Museum
Columbus Society of Communicating Arts
The Hartford Art School
University of the Arts
The Artist Network University
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online
NH Creative Club
Pratt Institute
Parsons School of Design
Savannah College of Art & Design
Kendall College of Art & Design
Southern Utah University
Virginia Commonwealth University
Syracuse University
Sage College of Albany
Marywood University
Kutztown University
New Jersey City University
The University of New Hampshire
The University of Kansas
Keene State College
NH Institute of Art
Rochester Institute of Technology
Delgado Community College
Sharon Arts Center
Northampton Community College
NYC Final Cut Pro
Rivier College
Notre Dame College
Hesser College









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