Since everyone has a different learning pace and different expectations and goals, my students are taught on an individual basis. There can be up to six students in a class, but each student receives personalized attention. This approach allows you to benefit from the instruction that fits your needs. This also means you can start a class at any time regardless of your level.
GET YOUR BASICS – UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL
The observation drawing course will give you the tools and techniques that will allow you to draw anything with ease. Whether you want to refine your current skills or you’re starting from scratch, learning to draw well will give you the basic foundation required for all the other courses. This course will give you the keys to unlock the doors of your creativity, avoiding the limitations and the frustrations that a lack of technical skills can cause.
Other courses available: tone drawing, soft pastel, oil painting, watercolour, portrait, anatomy.
If you would like to find out a little more before enrolling in a class, feel free to take a free 90-minute trial class to see if it meets your needs ! To reserve, contact me (514) 668-1593.
Lessons can be arranged in the morning, afternoon or evening, weekdays and weekends. Class scheduling is flexible as you will be instructed independently of other students. You can change the time of your lesson every week depending on availability.
COST AND PAYMENTS
Each lesson is 3 hour long and cost 52$
Payments should be made at the beginning of each month for the number of lessons you will be attending in the month. A minimum of 1 lesson per week is recommended to ensure good progress and motivation.
Lessons are payable by check, cash, credit card or online Interac transfer.
Material will be provided for the line drawing courses. However, you will need to supply your own material for the tone drawing, soft pastel, oil painting and watercolour courses as needed.
2000 Northcliffe avenue #407, Montreal, H4A 3K5.
The building is on the corner of Maisonneuve and Decarie in Notre-Dame-de-Grace, 1 muinute walk from Vendome metro station.
"Painting is easy when you don't know how, but very difficult when you do.” - Edgar Degas