School with professional teaching methodology
IMPRESSIONIST ART SCHOOL
7 Bradwick Drive, Vaughan, Ontario, L4K 2T4
The school is located in the Victoria International Ballet Academy building.
www.victoriaballet.com
7 must-know painting techniques for artists
You've learnt how to draw a range of subjects, assembled all the necessary tools, set up your own workspace and you're ready to start your artistic journey in paint. But before you do, it's worth knowing some fundamental painting techniques that will to help you along the way.
Here are seven essential painting techniques that will have you painting like a pro in no time.
15.11.2017
Portfolio requirements. Honours Bachelor of Animation. Sheridan
Candidates to the program will be selected based on their academic achievement (in progress or completed) and the results of their portfolio evaluation. Applicants will receive a score sheet (based on the required portfolio components) indicating the results of their portfolio evaluation.
08.10.2017
The 3 reasons why you can’t draw, (and what to do about it)

Sometimes you just can’t figure it out.

It seems no matter how hard you try, how intensely you look at a subject, your drawings look wrong.

You’ve read how to draw books, maybe gone to a few art classes but the art of drawing still seems to elude you.

And you begin to question yourself – What if it’s me? What if I don’t have enough talent?

What if I’m never going to improve?

You are not alone.

Understanding drawing can be the key to both your artistic success and a new, razor sharp creative mind – but it can seem an uphill struggle.

But what if there was a simple solution? Pieces to the puzzle that you didn’t know existed,

3 secrets that could instantly improve your drawing and painting?

Wouldn’t you give it a try?..

26.09.2017
10 Mistakes All Beginning Artists Make
We all make mistakes, especially when we’re learning something new. Below are ten of the most common mistakes beginning artists make, and what you can do to avoid them.
19.09.2017
About my school
In many respects, we differ from each other; everyone has his or her own hobbies, careers and specific outlook on the world…however there is an important universal variable that unites us…This is art!   Pay attention to the huge flow of paintings in the art market. How do we deem what is good and what is not?
07.09.2017
Test invitation for training on modeling of clay

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08.08.2017
In many respects, we differ from each other; everyone has his or her own hobbies, careers and specific outlook on the world…however there is an important universal variable that unites us…This is art! Pay attention to the huge flow of paintings in the art market. How do we deem what is good and what is not? People, as a rule, are not professionals, not versed in the history of art; they speak of a kind of “freedom of creativity”. But art implies balance within limitations. And within those limitations the artist can gain freedom. The viewer may like or dislike, he/she can understand or misunderstand the artist’s work, but one cannot deny the artist skill, because he cannot replicate the same talent but rather a similar one. Leonardo also in his notes says about the need to mastering mastery (or learning to learn), i. e. the handicraft component of art (also known as a fundamental art skill, such as drawing, sculpting, etc.) Without the wisdom and knowledge of understanding art at a fundamental level, creativity is hindered. Our school has a specific program that preserves academic traditions. It includes items of the visual subjects, such as drawing, painting’ composition, colour theory, as well as sculpture, decorative art. The author’s development of the program, visual aids and daily workshops will help students at a young age to indefinitely improve their knowledge and skills in mastering any number of desired traditional techniques. For adults the school provides a great opportunity to obtain theoretical and practical knowledge.