Would you love to get into making art, but you don’t really know where to start?
Perhaps you have been thinking about getting creative for a while now, as you remember enjoying it in the past?
And maybe you have a niggling feeling that won’t go away that you are not quite being 100% you, because you sense that being creative is an important part of who you are?
But – you end up feeling intimidated when you read up about more traditional art classes (or perhaps you have even been to an art class before which left you feeling even less confident as a result)!
A really relaxing, fun and unintimidating way of getting back into making art
This 10 week art class will give you the space to really explore your creativity, and you will surprise yourself with what you are able to create when you do.
I will help you to reconnect with the key elements of creativity – having a play, using your imagination, being curious and experimenting. We will be covering painting and drawing and will be working with a whole range of different materials.
This art class will also help you to experience art in a different way as here at Be In Art there is no right or wrong, and you can forget all the rules taught at school about what art should be like. You can work as big as you like, as bold as you like, make as many paintings as you like, and create your own unique artworks.
You will come away from this art class feeling inspired
You will want to go straight out and buy yourself some shiny new art materials, and will feel excited about carrying on making time and space for getting creative, as you will have discovered just how nice it feels to take time out for yourself to make art!
You will leave knowing what and how you like to create, and ready to make creating art a regular part of your life.
Plus you will have a plan for carrying on with your art making, whether you choose to continue to come and make art with me, to sign up to a different course elsewhere, or to set yourself a space up at home to carry on creating.
These art classes are for you if you ……
- FEEL like an absolute beginner. You may have made art before at school, or done some art classes since, or not done any art at all – the main thing is you feel like a beginner
- Are aged 18 or above
Next dates for this art class
Can’t make these dates? I also run private Explore Your Creativity sessions, which you can find out more about here.
Evening Course – Wednesdays 6.30 – 8.30pm
- 6th May – 15 Jul 2020 (no class 27th May) – CANCELLED
- 16th Sept – 2nd Dec 2020 (no class 27th Oct or 3rd Nov) – if you book a place on this term and it has to be cancelled due to the current coronavirus situation, I will guarantee you a place on the next course starting in mid-January
- Spring term 2021 dates coming soon
Morning Course – Tuesdays 10am – 12pm
- 29th Sept – 15th Dec 2020 (no class 28th Oct or 4th Nov) – if you book a place on this term and it has to be cancelled due to the current coronavirus situation, I will guarantee you a place on the next course starting in mid-January
- Spring term 2021 dates coming soon
Course cost: £350
A £100 non-refundable deposit is required to book your place on this course, and the amount remaining is then due no later than 1 week before the course is due to start. I also have the option for your to pay for your course in installments. Read my cancellation policy here.
What people have to say about this course…..
“A fantastic art course! Jane has such a gentle and nurturing manner and has developed a course that encourages confidence and exploration without judgement or any rules of right or wrong – she works on the basis that there is no ‘wrong’ way to create art and helps you find your own creative confidence…. I’m really looking forward to going back for my second term and seeing what else I can achieve!” Tina Plank
“It’s not a course really – it’s better than that. What Jane provides is a hugely supportive environment for you to do your own thing. Jane creates for each participant and for the group a sensitive, encouraging and reassuring approach and atmosphere. The emphasis is on enjoying the process and experiment of making art rather than any judgement (by self or imagined others) on the results.” Alan Doran