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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Launch any day now!

Team MyAT is pleased to announce that our first class to launch is "Still Life" #101 by Timothy C. Tyler (oil).

Followed shortly thereafter by:

"Pastel Exploration" #201 by Kippy Hammond (pastel);

"Sepia Portrait Dan" #301 by Leslie B. DeMille (conté/pastel)

"Glencoe" #401 by Margaret Evans (pastel)

"Floral Still Life" #601 by Urania Christy Tarbet (pastel)

"Aspens" #701 by Ann Templeton (oil)

It is our mission to teach skills to students worldwide using the most effective means available and to bring the best tutors in the world to bear on that goal.

Classes are interactive and totally private. We make material lists available for each tutor and let you know when and why a particular tutor's instruction requires a certain pigment or ground.

Each class contains pertinent assignments scattered throughout. In addition to the main teaching demonstration, there are assignments that will break down the elements needed for a successful painting. We want you to participate by putting pigment on paper and then talking about it!

A public blog is provided that you can share with your friends and family. We do all the technical stuff, all you have to have is a good internet connection and a digital camera. Our Student Service staff will do all the uploading for you!

For example: on a portrait class, the tutor may encourage you to just paint features until you feel comfortable with them. A floral still life might have a student practice painting one flower before jumping in to the grand finale.

Assignments are in 3 levels: casual, enthusiastic, and passionate. It does not matter which level you choose...what does matter is that you will become aware of what exercises make the difference between a beginner/casual and a passionate/professional.

MyArtTutor will provide you with a great experience by allowing you to study at your own pace, from your own home/studio.

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