Learning new art techniques is a lot of work. Fortunately, there’s a shortcut to success. In this Watercolor Portraits class, I share secrets with you that have taken me years to learn so you can master techniques to paint skin tones, complementary backgrounds, for fresh and lively portraits that capture the essence of the person. You'll discover the skills you need to gain more confidence.
Don’t waste time watching endless YouTube videos or trying to figure this out on your own. Let's make 2017 the year that you get a clear strategy to paint portraits whether you've always wanted to do this or simply need a new focus after experiencing heartache. Portraying the wonderful diversity of beauty in fellow human beings will keep you positive.
"I've always enjoyed drawing people, but my biggest problem was making time to do it. I was unsure about how successful my results would be, but In Watercolor Portraits, Miriam does a fine job of explaining her processes. I would recommend this class to a friend. It's a great class."
If you have been afraid to try portraits—or if you have no idea where to start—now is your time to challenge yourself. It’s time to discover the joy that art can add back to your life.
You'll learn a process that comes from who you are and doesn't try to force anything or copy anyone else. You're your own artist. Develop honesty in your art and learn what works for you to express your style .
Don't waste energy trying to achieve perfection that isn't your perfection. You can do this. You can and you will and this is your year to become a conscious creator of that creativity.
Between all the technical books, online videos, and everything else, you just don’t know what to do next...and you're overwhelmed... and maybe even a little bit frustrated...or afraid to start.
The good news? The content inside Watercolor Portraits will simplify your next steps by showing you:
"Learning with you has opened up a new world for me. I like YOUR classes the BEST...period. I stopped investing in any others because there is no comparison." ~Georgy Rock
No more confusion. No more feeling overwhelmed. Just more inspiration and skills to make your creative dreams real.
Plus, you’ll be surrounded by other artists cheering you on, all sharing insights from their experience.
If you want to get better at something, you have to be around people who are good at it, too.
To turbo charge your success, you need a community of fellow people who are as dedicated and passionate as you are. That community is waiting for you right now.
Whether in the forum or through the facebook mastermind group, you’ll find encouragement, real advice, and powerful connections with new friends who understand you.
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"Even though I have taken a few courses with at The Inspiration PLace, this course is stunningly filled with so much info and technique that it is totally top drawer. I also enjoyed watching Miriam "fix" different areas of the painting. Makes it a much more realistic lesson by a human teacher. And it shows that you can fix a watercolor painting as well. I had never tried to do a portrait prior to this course and I’m very pleased with the outcome!"
"Miriam, I have watched all the videos and I am very impressed! Great tips for photographing and posing subjects. Thanks."
"After years of searching for a course that resembled the style I desire to paint in, I am excited to find the Inspiration Place. Before taking this class, I struggled with flesh colors, and I wanted to improve my skills in portrait painting. Now, they have greatly improved. I think the main thing I liked about the class is that I painted!! I took what I learned and applied it to my portraits. I think Miriam covered everything very well and the course was easy to follow."
"I must say that you have exceeded my expections for online courses or for that matter the courses I have taken at my local college. You explained how to scale the photograph better than any of my past instructors. While each hit on the topic no one put the package together. I loved the way you show us how to paint loosely."