Since you are here right now, something tells me you are interested in the practice of art in some way. Maybe you want to learn how to draw or improve your art.
But maybe you…
- Don’t know where to start
- Have been drawing for a while but do not see any progress
- Need help getting focused on the right things
- Feel like mastering your art is going to take a really, really long time, or may not happen at all.
No matter where you are in your art journey, you want your art to have a bigger impact.
You want to make sure you spend your time wisely, and progress quickly. But you don’t know how to make that a reality. – I’ve been there too, and I’ll show you how to change that.
At Gvaat’s Workshop the core beliefs are:
1. Anyone can learn to draw
Anyone can learn to draw, and bring people joy with their art. Anyone? Yes, anyone. And yes, is going to take a lot of bull-headed determination, but ANYONE can do it. Art Mastery is less about talent and a lot more about persistence, intelligent training and resourcefulness.
2. Solving Art Mastery requires knowledge
I am determined to give you the tools and resources necessary to help you succeed at your biggest creative goals, including mastering the art and craft of drawing and painting.
I studied design and painting, then taught design in college. I remember spending a lot of time with a pen always in hand as a kid. My latest challenge is to solve Art Mastery, not just for myself, but for everyone.
If you looked into learning to draw even a little bit, you already know that art mastery requires A LOT of practice. Yes we need to draw A LOT. Okay…but what else does it require? I made this website to answer this question.
Solving Art Mastery:
My workshop is a place of learning, experimentation and reflection, a mental dojo or the ground floor for achieving ART MASTERY.
What does it take to become a master? What knowledge is required? What kind of practice?
Every month, I email my subscribers the Workshop’s Newsletter. In the newsletter I go over what I am doing for that month to improve, I share drawing and painting tips, and provide links to resources I find useful.
Singing up is free, there is never any spam, and you will get access to my Digital Resource Library with free downloads, like an artist improvement workbook, and easy-to-read posters that explain complex art concepts.
Click below to sign up.