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John
"Great personality and clearly knows the photography ins and outs. I am rescheduling more lessons now."
Miriam
"Sarah is a fantastic teacher: patient, knowledgeable, thoughtful and friendly. I'm looking forward to many more sessions with her!"
Kadence
"My granddaughter has just finished her first drawing class with Amber. She really enjoyed it and is excited to take her second class. My granddaughter is
very shy and soft spoken Amber was wonderful with her."
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Efat
"Aaaaaaamazing so far soooo good . 👍🏾"
Donna
"I just completed my first lesson with Tabitha. I highly recommend her to anyone that wants to learn how to paint or to gain a better understanding of pa
inting or drawing. Tabitha is an experienced professional with a wealth of knowledge. Her teaching style is excellent, she has a great, friendly personality & is super encouraging. I learned a lot during my first lesson & I can't wait until my next one.!"
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Garrett
"Josiah is awesome. He develops an organized lesson plan with set goals in mind. I have learned a tremendous amount already."
Derek
"I had three other painting instructors before I came upon Megan's class and I will say she is the best painting teacher I have had and that does not come
easy because I am a professional sculptor that has taught and taken many classes in the art field. Simply put Megan is at the top of her game and her style of teaching is one that most anybody will benefit from her classes."
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Subhrajit
"Kathy is very patient in understanding areas that needs to be worked on. I didn't know anything about drawing but Kathy structured the curriculum in a way
that worked best for me without being overwhelming. Starting from the technical aspects of drawing to the conceptual aspects such as mark making and what drawing meant in a fine art context, she has got you covered. She is very professional, kind and works with you to get the best out of you."
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Teresa
"I really enjoyed my first lesson with Cindy. She gave some great tips and I am looking forward to continuing my learning experience with her!"

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