Painting and stiry from ERIC BLANCHARD
Hello I am a 51 year old man my name and Blanchard Éric I am handicapped so art takes 85 percent of my life yes you have to eat well and wash I always wish to progress in my art which is painting with oil I have always been interested in Drawing Academy for the quality of its teachings I would like to win a competition to benefit from its courses so important for my artistic progress that I can of course not afford to pay (too small handicapped pension) I would like people to vote for me to give me the courage to continue and improve and see if my work affects people thank you all
Artwork and story from Edward McFall
I’m retired and want to take my painting and drawing to a new level. Have given most of my paintings away to friends, I am learning to loosen up and try new things in my painting.
Sometimes Life Throws the Best Curveballs
My name is Wendy Johnston. I am a 52-year-old mother of 4 from Canada. My children are all grown and a number of years ago I suffered from medical issues that prevented me from continuing in the workforce. This came at such a time in my life that I felt I had lost purpose and direction and struggled daily with feelings of continued worth in a society that values such things.
I have been drawing my whole life. I have been drawing before I could even walk. Art is something really special to me and one thing that I really love about it is that your drawing choices are limitless. I do have a few struggles in my artwork. I do struggle with drawing two eyes on my portraits, but other than that most of my artwork is good. I don’t really have a style in art, but I do use realism a lot, and that’s why I joined Drawing Academy, so that I could get better at realism. I think that Drawing Academy is a great way to get better at art and it will improve your artwork. I would also love to win the Drawing Academy course because I want to inspire people to draw. Also, you should vote…
Story and drawing from H Reed
It may not be unique, but I am one of the many people wanting to make a lifetime hobby in art. I have been practicing art as long as I can remember, and it has been one of the few things I can take pride in. Art has been an escape from the outside world, and a way to express what I can not in words.
Drawing by Şennur
We will have the freedom to benefit from these dark days
Story and artwork from Corrine G Arekion
My name is Corrine Arekion and I live in Brisbane- Australia. Everyday this year when I come back home from work, I started painting while preparing dinner. I really love painting.
My biggest challenge in Art is painting light and shadows for an emotional uplift.
Story and artwork from Sheri Lacina Lacina
Just a senior grandma trying to capture beauty and energy and life on canvas. I know that my canvas is primitive. I wish to capture the depth and discipline in any form that is so richly conveyed by the masters.
Artwork and story from Somlyai Péter
I am from Nagykőrös. I studied carpentry, while József Rácz was a painter in the fine arts circle 6 b. pencil charcoal to improve my drawing skills watercolor and pastel chalk. I worked as a decorator at the canning factory in Nagykőrös.
Over the last 10 years, I completed several high school graduation examinations at Piarista Grammar School in Kecskemét, self-taught, then attended an online academy and evening school for a painter’s school, Szalk. Apart from János Zoltán Kovács and many outstanding artists, I can acquire the secrets of painting from Contemporary Artists, namely.
Hi everyone, my name is Edward, I live in Switzerland but I’m Italian, from Recanati. I grew up in a family of painters, restorers, musicians, directors and photographers, in short, I have breathed and tasted art everywhere! For me art is, and should always be, a motivation without which a person cannot consider himself an artist. I want to grow up with it and I want it to take me far away, to places where even if for a short time ” Il cor non si spaura…”(the heart is not afraid).