Art Classes

Art Classes from Susan Krieg

5 Responses to Art Classes

  1. Carole Segal says:

    Anyone who wants to learn collage/mixed media should join up to
    susan’s classes. She is a wonderful instructor, and especially good at demonstrating.
    All the best with your art classes.

    • kriegart says:

      Thank you Carole for the endorsement. I encourage anyone who reads this to visit your site, as you are an amazing artist and teacher.
      http://www.carolesegal.com
      carolesegalsartblog.blogspot.com

      • Lidija Spiroska says:

        Hi Susan, I’m in love with your work. I am in yr 11 & doing a big art project, I have chosen your art to influence my painting. If it’s not too much of a trouble, are you able to fill me in step by step on how you construct your paintings or maybe just a quick summary of the techniques you use? Thankyou, I would really appreciate it.

      • kriegart says:

        Dear Lidija,
        Your art project sounds exciting and I am flattered that you have chosen my art. I wish you success and would love to see a photo of your finished project. You could send it to service@susankrieg.com
        As far as instructing you in technique, I think it would be easiest to refer you to an early post in the blog in which I have included photos and discuss my process. Please check out July 2012 four-new-paintings-for-landmark-gallery-nyc. I hope this is helpful.
        Also, I’m still working on it, but you might be interested in visiting my new website. I’m putting up the mural work that I have done, and later I will put up my paintings and discuss more about their stories. http://www.susankrieg.com
        Sincerely,
        Susan Krieg

  2. kriegart says:

    My friend, Judy Rice just emailed me this comment.
    Susan
    I just sent my friend in Staunton your website – she said if the class was 3 or 4 hrs she would take it. If people from out of Gordonsville sign up they will feel they have to leave too soon painting only 2 hrs. Just something to think about.
    Judy
    Thank you, Judy. That’s a good point. If that is an issue for students, I think I’ll keep the structured part of the class to two hours, but those who want to continue working, with me there to cheer them on, can certainly stay at least another hour. The other thing I want to do when the weather is nicer, is to have some day long (or maybe half day) workshops on specific techniques or materials. I’m hoping to hear from people about their interests and need.

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