LATEST ONLINE COURSE WITH ONGOING ENROLLMENT
Over a stretch of several months, I’ve developed this online mobile art course just for you, giving it my heart and soul, and infusing it with fresh and exciting content, inspiration, and creative techniques.
Check out the unique approach I took to make this really special for you… Mobile Art Mastery: Developing the Visual Poet Within.
This online course is all about creating extraordinary, richly-layered images with your iPhone (or iPad, or iPod Touch), using combinations of everyday snapshots from photo assignments I give you and the best photography and post-editing apps out there.
What I think you will especially love is how we go on photo adventures together (with video footage of me out and about exploring the assignments myself), and then work through the images in our “digital art studio” (via our iPhone devices), creating to our heart’s content!
You’ll get 10 core lessons (fresh, unique projects) that teach new skill sets and build upon those previously-taught, continually taking the ideas in new directions — so as to develop the unique digital artist within you. Indeed, there are nearly 70 video tutorials altogether (across a variety of styles: landscape, portrait, still life, street photography, urban grunge and more), as well as extensive written notes and resource lists, and tons of fabulous bonus material and freebies! I’ve even set up a private Facebook group, just for the class members.
Understand: This course is not about merely pressing a button, adding a filter, and calling it done. It’s about showing you new, clever ways to use top-notch apps, and not always in ways that you would expect. You’ll also be getting a ‘fly on the wall’ direct view into my creative process and work flow. And most importantly, in developing your own approach, you’ll learn how to trust and follow your own artistic instincts while engrossed in the creative process.
You can sign up right now and gain access to the class immediately, and you can take it all entirely at your own pace and review as often as you like since you will have Lifetime Access to all the content.
Check out this short video I’ve put together for you, sharing a taste of the course (if you are on a smartphone, turn phone sideways to view in landscape mode)…
Won’t you join me in your own process of creative self-discovery, to become the mobile art master you were always meant to be?
And by the way, I’m SO confident you are going to love this, I’m giving everyone a full 60 days to try it all out, go through the whole course, grab all the bonuses … And if for any reason you don’t love it, you get every penny back. So don’t miss this. Go have a look!
With nothing more than your iPhone, you can create astonishing beauty, from simple minimalist black and whites… to rich, layered compositions… even while standing in line at the grocery store or hanging out at your favorite coffee shop.
Now, take mixed-media painting. In this day and age there is a plethora of products which painters even 50 years ago would have swooned over! — paints, washes, pens, gesso, and more to help you unleash your creativity!
Want to make magic!?… Imagine being able to combine these two worlds of photography and painting with everyday iPhone snapshots, photography apps, lush and colorful paints, pens, markers, beads, wax crayons, paper cut-outs and more! Want to know more!?…
I am thrilled to tell you about an iPhoneography + Mixed Media online workshop called Co-Lab: Paint, Paper and iPhoneography Magic, which mixed-media artist and best-selling author Alena Hennessy and I have created together!
There is so much rich content in this course — it’s like having two courses in one!
Not only do Alena and I share with you tons of tips, techniques, approaches, and video tutorials, we make it a point to empower our students to become the confident, creative, and expressive artists they’ve longed to be!
If you would love to revel in the tactile delight of paintbrush and pen and marker (and a sweeping array of other art materials) … and if you have a smartphone or tablet (an iPhone, iPad, or even an iPod Touch) and if you love creating great photographic art … then don’t hesitate…
You can sign up right NOW and gain access to the class immediately, and you will have LIFETIME ACCESS to the content! Sign in and work whenever it is convenient for you and work at your own pace.
Your inner artist is just waiting to burst forth, in full bloom. Won’t you join us!?
My iPhoneography online workshop, The Art of iPhoneography Self-Portraiture, is currently available through the website Photoshop Artistry!
This online workshop is all about creating extraordinary images with nothing but an iPhone (or iPod Touch or iPad if that’s your preference). Whether you do portraits or self-portraits, it covers how to capture pro-quality images and then edit and manipulate them by stacking the right apps (in the right order) to create stunning creative compositions. Note: The techniques covered in the lessons can apply to practically any type of iPhone image.
And it’s more than even that, actually.
Because what you really get is an inside look at how I THINK through my images, all the while encouraging you to take the art of self-portraiture and use it to further yourself as an artist … and turn your everyday life into an adventure of self-discovery.
You can sign up right now and gain access to the class immediately, work at your own pace, and you will have LIFETIME ACCESS to the content!
On the value of self-portraiture…
Having a body is such a gift! Through our bodily form and our senses we are able to experience the beauty of the world and give of ourselves to others. We can share and receive love through the power of a simple touch, take in the breathtaking colors of the sky at sunset, inhale deeply the heavenly scent of a peony, be enraptured by the mellifluous tones of a symphony, and taste layers and bursts of delicious flavor in a dish so carefully and lovingly prepared. Self-portraiture celebrates this gift of the human body, which when you boil it down, is really a celebration of life. And, when you set aside all notions of what society says is physically beautiful (which is unattainable anyway) and focus instead on what it means to experience life through a form, a shift in thinking takes place. I’d like to think this comes through in my self-portraits and I’d like to invite others to open themselves to this type of thinking and explore the art of self-portraiture as a celebration of their life on this earth.