I recorded a class demo from my watercolor class. Enjoy!
I have some big news: I am very proud to announce that I'll be teaching at the Teaching Studios of Art. The Teaching Studios of Art was founded in 2009 by artist and writer, Robert Zeller. Rob is a brilliant artist and I'm looking forward to working at his studio school. You all should also check out his book: "The Figurative Artist's Handbook". He's currently working on another book also which is coming in 2022.
This is all pretty new, but Rob and I spoke about a (virtual) still life course and possibly an in-person landscape workshop at their home base on the North Shore of Long Island, N.Y. I'm very excited about this opportunity and can't wait for classes to get underway.
For more information about this studio school, click this image below:
Really beautiful video of this Zorn exhibition. Even if you don't speak Dutch, it's a nice video to watch. I'm really getting into Zorn more and more lately.
I have some exciting news that I wanted to share: I am most honored to have been recently accepted into the Florence Academy of Art's MA in Studio Art program and I've decided that I will attend this program. The program takes place over 3 consecutive summers (2 in New Jersey) with a final summer that I'll be attending in Florence, Italy. I have thought about attending the Florence Academy of Art since I was a student at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (2009 - 2013). I heard great stories about the artists that train there + teach there and it was always in the back of my mind.
I have been teaching for the past 6 years and am very excited to return as a student. I will continue teaching while I take classes myself. This is an exciting new chapter in my life and I look forward to sharing what I learn as I go along.