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Your opportunity

Are you a time-poor professional who would really like to find the time to paint? If so, you've come to the right place!

Develop your Art Literacy at an accelerated pace with my repertoire of over 100 masterwork paintings by Monet, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Renoir, Vermeer and others. This is the world's most accelerated art education method, designed to help you become the painter you want to be.

How good is it? Read some testimonials. Is it for you? Check your interest and curiosity level.

Your first session

Your first painting session at Inglis Academy is an audition based on your painting of Monet's Japanese Bridge no.2, 1899. ( More about this session.)

Based on my assessment you may be offered a spot in our Gallery Quality Painting program.

Monet: Japanese Bridge no.2, 1899 (Your intro to the Inglis Art Method) Monet: Japanese Bridge no.2, 1899 (Your intro to the Inglis Art Method)
Paint one of the most famous impressionist masterworks by Claude Monet in your very first art lesson: Monet: Japanese bridge no.2, 1899 .

How to book:

Find session times

Email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with:

  • Session date
  • Groupon security code (it is on the voucher) -// or \\- Lux/Cudo/Living Social voucher code
  • EACH attendee's:
    1. Full name
    2. email address
    3. mobile number

Note that bookings will not be accepted without these details. This is an anti-fraud measure that has unfortunately proved necessary.

Audition and Assessment

During your first session I will assess your:

  1. Curiosity about Art.
  2. Problem solving skills.
  3. Ability to learn.
  4. Sensitivity to Colour
  5. Sense of Style
  6. Ability to work well in a small, focussed group.

If accepted, you will be offered the opportunity to join a select group of art enthusiasts in our Gallery Quality Painting program.

By their fruits ye shall know them...
... add some paintings to your life.