Best Art Teacher in the World

Dear Peter

I would like to say a very big THANK YOU to you for the lesson yesterday.

Painting is my hobby. I am an avid painter and I was initially sceptical on whether your lessons would be of any use to me.

However, your teaching method is so unique and I have learnt new techniques in every single class.

What I valued most that your lesson gives (which other art classes do not) is that it helps to improve self-confidence. I now apply your technique to my paintings and the quality of my paintings have improved tremendously from just a few lessons.

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Exceptional

" The experience was exceptional! The class was small, 4 people, so you really got the chance to ask questions, learn and be assisted.

The atmosphere was really nice and comfortable. I feel confident and comfortable with painting!

I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in painting. "
- Lala, August 2018

Creative Problem Solving

" This was such a great experience. It exceeded my expectations. It pushed me out of my comfort zone to really do 'creative problem solving' while having fun. Thanks to Peter for making it happen! Highly recommended. "
- Rowena

Gerry - 'My first two Monet!'

Gerry talks about her first Monet paintings and what she has learned.

"In taking just two lessons, I’ve learnt so much, such as:

  1. Mix paints to make colours
  2. Identify texture, perspective and shadows/shading in artwork
  3. How to hold the paintbrush for different parts of the painting

The lesson goes by very fast and at the end of it, you tend to wonder if you will be able to create the same painting without your instruction. If yes, then I would have learnt something.

I’m really pleased with my second attempt."

Regards

Gerry

Monet: Meadow with Poplars as painted by Gerry in her first lesson at Inglis Academy
Monet: Meadow with Poplars
Painted by Gerry in her first lesson.

Monet: Meadow with Poplars as painted by Gerry after her first lesson at Inglis Academy
Monet: Meadow with Poplars
Painted by Gerry at home, after her first lesson.

Michelle's repertoire

Michelle is developing quite the art repertoire!

As you know, we develop our painting skills at Inglis Academy by acquiring a repertoire (body of work), and we add one piece to that repertoire every session. There are not many places where you can do that!

Michelle's paintings in her home.
Michelle's paintings in her home.

Mt Wilson: the path at Bebeah Gardens
Michelle's Renoir

Mt Wilson: the path at Bebeah Gardens
Michelle's large scale Monet waterlilies, completed in a series of private coaching sessions.