Two years ago I took a still life art class-was really great. I do draw in my spare time. I took the class tor efine some of my techniques and it was quite relaxing after a days work. It was a small class just six people so plenty of attention from the teacher. I would definitely do it again--but like the teacher recomened practice does make perfect.
I believe the last art class I had was some time in 2006 and I can't remember if it was a graphic design course or an art history course at a community college. When I switched to a writing degree, I stopped having art classes of any kind. Which is kind of sad. I still work a lot with photoshop and other graphics programs but my drawing has been reduced to doodles in my notebooks. I wouldn't, however, be opposed to taking another art class in the future.
by salt 7 years ago
i went to an art class today and the woman who ran them said at the end, after she seemed ok earlier, that the others in the class were quieter today.. implying because of me... and it seemed she didnt want me back at the class, so I said.. oh, forget it and walked out.. I seem to be having this...
by DebtFreedom 2 weeks ago
Just wondering how much you would be willing to pay for your child's art classes - and say the cost included supplies. What reasons might you be willing to pay more? Also, for the amount you say you are willing to pay, how long do you expect each class to be and how many classes? Please be...
by nadp 8 years ago
One of the comments to a hub that I wrote about mathematics said that the writer would never be good at math. A teacher she had 40 years ago scrawled "You deserve to fail" all over her paper, and she has never recovered. As dramatic as this sounds, I know that it happens all too...
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