The biggest issue I see with art education, whether it’s a weekend workshop or a full atelier program, is that they are based around the instructor, and you go there to learn to paint like them.
Not to mention, the average 1-2 week workshop costs around $2,000, the average semester's tuition at an atelier is around $5,000, and the average semester's tuition at an art school can be anywhere from $25,000 to $50,000. And that's just for one session. Most of us will need ongoing support and feedback to reach our goals.
Becoming the painter you want to be isn’t about what you can do in a week, or even a semester. It’s about spending time dedicated to understanding exactly what your goal is, and understanding exactly what kind of deliberate practice will get you there.
The Alla Prima Bootcamp isn't about learning to paint like me (although if you want to, I'm an open book), or about us working together for a certain amount of time -- it's about getting you the results you've been after.
The Bootcamp is meant to replace years at an atelier, or a Masters of Fine Arts, but without the expense, burnout, and working on exercises that don't ultimately help you to achieve your goals.
Students that are accepted into the program work with me until their goals have been achieved, with no ongoing tuition or fees.
So what are your biggest painting goals?