Both seasoned and brand-new artists face the same issue...
They want to know how to continue advancing their skills ... to become better and better at what they do.
Artists accept that mastery is a lifelong process. They know that to rise higher, they must remain a student forever. There may never be a time when you stop and think to yourself, "I've made it. I'm done. I never need to learn anything else!"
Whether you're a self-taught artist or you graduated from a prestigious art school, you've most likely felt stuck at times. You hit a plateau and can't seem to get past it. Or worse, you get into a rut and begin to lose your love for painting.
What can you do to move beyond plateaus ... to climb out of those ruts? What will it take to keep moving forward?
The good news is there's many things you can do to advance your skills.
- Attend more classes or workshops
- Read books or study the works of an artist you admire
- Attend conferences or online events
- Join a painting group where everyone interacts and offers feedback and encouragement to one another.
All of these are really good things!
Today, we're going to tell you another great way to excel. It's a method used successfully for centuries.
What is it?
Studying with a master artist who has spent decades researching, learning, and teaching.
Keep reading to discover the living master who will help you create illusions of three-dimensional depth on two-dimensional surfaces.