Lesson Library I


1. I designed the lessons to help you start with the basics and paint more difficult pieces toward the end. Each lesson contains several videos and demos to watch and then paint along.

2. Stop the video whenever you need to – it’s one of the greatest things about learning this way. Plus you don’t need to take notes!

3. Don’t feel funny about copying my pieces! It’s a time – honored way to learn and I know you’ll develop your own “style” in due course. I give you lots of ways to take off on your own and expand on the demos/lessons. If you post a lesson piece on social media be sure to mention that it’s the result of a lesson from me. I would really appreciate it and avoids any confusion amongst your peers.

4. Take your time, but not really! I want you to speed up a bit so you can start to develop the “whole” piece all at once.

5. Do it differently. If it feels uncomfortable, you’re likely on the right track.

6. Remember the three “P’s” Perfection, Procrastination, Paralysis. There is no such thing as a perfect painting, so don’t even worry about it.

7. If you have trouble ask for help! My team and I want you to have a great experience doing the lessons!!