Carpe diem!

Carpe Diem!

Latin: Carpe = hand, diem = day, so "sieze the day!"

Carpe Diem

Weekends and Wednesdays, where are we going?

As experience grows in the student body at Inglis Academy we will venture farther and farther across the rich and rewarding landscape of Western Art! The downside of that (there's always a price to pay) is that there will be far less sessions of Starry Night!

For those who in the future are going to miss out... sorry, that's life. I am a one man operator and there are no current plans to scale up (or dilute) the quality of this coaching. Act now, or carpe diem!

This is pretty unique in the world of Art teaching, and some of you really appreciate how lucky you are to be along for the ride, as I was graciously reminded by a very capable professional illustrator in a recent session.

At the moment, most weeks at IA look like figure A, mostly new students. Although last weekend we had a class with mostly intermediates, like figure B.

Class / experience breakdown
Class / experience breakdown

My plan is that by the end of 2018 we will be at the figure B ratio every week.

At the moment there are about 50 paintings in the syllabus, so come on Wednesday people, here is your chance to have a go at one of the less-scheduled paintings! Chances are you have already painted Starry Night? If you are interested in painting on Wednesdays This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with 4 choices from the syllabus. When I get 3 people interested I'll schedule a class.

Next week I'll talk about some of the directions the course will be taking.