3 Tips For Choosing Online Painting Lessons

by Neadeen Masters on November 18, 2013

Select An Online Painting Lesson

The internet gives us the ability to find online painting lessons quite easily. How do we know we are getting a class or online painting lesson that will give us what we really need…relative to learning painting techniques and skills that is? To the average person looking for good painting instructions, the photograph of the finished painting lesson is most likely the only thing used to judge the value of the class…
Water Transparency - Painting Seascapes - Online Painting Lessons
Perhaps this is not the best way to select art instruction…Let’s help you make decisions that will really push you forward on your painting journey. Getting the best learning experience is really what should matter…
Online Painting Lessons - Painting Seascapes
Online Art Class Objectives
  • When selecting an online painting lesson does the description of the class outline the class objectives? If not, can you communicate with the instructor and ask questions to clarify? Do you understand what you will be signing up to learn?
Instructor Support for Online Painting Lessons and Classes
  • When selecting an online class is there online support from the instructor? That’s to say, can you get direct feedback from the instructor, one on one? Or is the class format based on simply watching videos alone?
Online Painting Lessons – Forums and Communities
  • Does the online painting lesson provide the student with any type of forum or followup community interaction between students and teachers where one can see the work of other students so one might benefit through osmosis? Forums are helpful as they help students build confidence and learn from the instructor feedback to other students.
As you select your future online painting lessons, look to the Art Apprentice Online Art School…The experienced art teachers are accessible, friendly and always willing to help with tips, suggestions and further explanations. Art students get unlimited support for the duration of the class.
Choose from a wide variety of online painting lessons on how to paint flowers, seascapes, wildlife and birds, whimsy, decorative painting and lots more…

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

lori November 19, 2013 at 5:55 am

Thanks for all you are doing for the global art community! It was great to get such a nice comment from you on my blog. 🙂


melissasykes4 December 12, 2013 at 1:07 pm

online painting classes are helpful to be benefited with such artists whom we remain unable to approach physically, such lessons are brilliant!


Mary Ann Kiesler September 30, 2014 at 5:52 pm

I work in Oils, but see that there are mostly lessons in Acrylics. I would like to know if I can use the lessons in Acrylics with my Oils and what modifications I would need to make.


Neadeen Masters April 4, 2015 at 7:46 pm

Mary Ann, we mostly teach with acrylics. However we use standard pigments that can be replaced with oil paints. You would need to modify some of the techniques regarding the paint applications, however this isn’t hard to do.
Looking forward to seeing you in our online classes.
Neadeen Masters


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