I really appreciated the integration of brief but focused and helpful instruction, time on my own, and short but vital and informative one on one learning sessions with the instructor.
I’ve always thought of the WSA as a wonderful place.
The pace, scope, and demos were just right, a huge learning curve for me.
Joan covered many different techniques but still left time for us to work. It was a great blend.
My first experience at Woodstock School of Art was awesome!
I expected a great workshop and got it!
Much better than expected. I don’t know how she does it!
My art skills and confidence continue to grow through your teachers and programs.
Even though I studied at three major art colleges, I have received the finest drawing and visualizing instruction from Keith Gunderson.
I have taken classes with Kate for at least fifteen years. I wondered, therefore, if the new online class would be a repetition of many talks I had already heard. Further, I was dubious about any online course. Nevertheless, I signed on and am happy to say that in every way these classes have been worthwhile and enjoyable. They make me rush into my studio to try out a new idea or new approach. Each class begins with a lecture on one or more specific elements of creating art, realist or abstract, illustrated with her own work. I find the inclusion of references to art history really valuable. The second half of each class is a demonstration of how to make use of what has been discussed in our own work and of some materials that could be used. It’s clear that a great deal of thought and work has gone into creating Kate’s online class.
What a fabulous studio!