It is time to get serious
Hi to all!
well, I’m an Israeli girl that has passion for art over my 20 years of living.
My parents are very supportive- I even had a small exhibition of paintings at the age of 6 which made me really proud.
But now- It’s time to get serious.
I want to spare my time improving my art skills and think that the Drawing academy course can give exactly that.
My name is Abdulrhman Mohammed Alfatih and I’m from Sudan. I study in Nile Valley University, Faculty of Engineering and Technology. My topic of study is civil engineering. I love drawing very very much; It is my favorite hobby. I do my artworks in my bedroom and hall, and at any place in my home, on a bed or on the floor, or on a chair.
I have two challenges with my artwork and I hope you will help me to solve them. One of the challenges is to adjust the ratios between various parts and second is the coloring my artworks. I want to learn more about ratios and coloring and I want to find out how to do big artworks like in painting galleries.
Do You Believe in New Beginnings?
I was 9 when I first started painting with my grandmother. She was quite a talented landscape artist, showing her in work in several studios. I looked forward to every summer when I would spend a week with her learning to paint, sew and bake. I had developed that yearning to paint, and paint better, as I continued to paint in my spare time over the next fifty years during my careers as a nurse and a mental health therapist.I even taught my children how to paint and they continue to paint today.
I have worked in various professions since leaving school but only recently made the decision to return to being a creative in the visual arts field.
Art comes in many forms and encompasses varied tastes but for me it’s all about colour. Home decor can set a mood depending on the colour choices but wall art truly expresses a personality and invokes particular feelings. I’m drawn to pieces that capture a moment, an emotion, or a dream, and I aspire to inspire feelings with my artwork.
From words to pictures
After decades as a journalist in New York and a novelist, at age 78 two years ago I took up the art I began as a child.
I started in school and newspapers as a cartoonist but switched to words as a professional career path, becoming an investigative reporter and eventually an editor. After writing and publishing 18 novels [available on Amazon] in retirement, for a change of pace I returned to drawing and painting by taking courses at the local art center on Cape Cod. Soon I was selling paintings. But I recognized that I needed more instruction and support, as art, like writing, is a solo job requiring constant improvement.
Drawing of an Author
I’m 58 years old have been drawing since 5. Self taught in watercolor and pastel. Have been practicing with various techniques over the years. Stopped drawing for 30 years or so just started back 4 years ago, I think I’m getting the hang of it again.
For me art is my therapy of sorts I go to another place my mind sharpens and focuses like a high almost especially if it turns out ok.
I have been drawing since I was a child. It was an instinctive thing, something I did without thinking like breathing. But I never thought about becoming an artist and no one ever told me I was good. Somewhere along the way I lost touch with that part of me and I didn’t draw for years.
Now I am trying to get back into art and Drawing Academy course would be the very thing to help me with that.
Newcomer in art world
I’m Rajnesh from India, I’m doing diploma in painting. Art plays a special role in life not only for me but all the artists around the word, it makes us see thing in different perspective and open our minds and soul.
I wish to make great artworks, but my human anatomy knowledge is weak and hope to win the Drawing Academy course to learn this topic.
I have been drawn to beautiful art – drawings, paintings, colorful pictures, thoughtful flower arrangements or eye-catching patterns everywhere – since childhood. I knew since then I want to learn to draw and/or paint well.
I try to draw something everyday. Mostly I am interested in drawing portraits, faces and figures, or would simply doodle geometric shapes if time is limited. Over the last 15 years or so I have invested a lot of money in online art programs and books, and I am still learning from these.
Street of Dreams
My name is Jenga, and I paint because I wake up with the urge to create, to record moments in my life journey. My art is my conversation with the world. It tells the story of who I am, and where I am both mentally and emotionally. It is also my way of getting out there and seeing the world. Every piece that finds a new home is some place I’ve never been, but a small part of me now resides there. Art enables me to meet new people with the same interests and share my story, I find that comforting in a way.