Thanksgiving Thanks!

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’ve been reflecting on all the positivity and creativity that comes through the Art School blog.

So I’d like to thank you all for your support & encouragement this year. The most rewarding thing for me is seeing students progress in their drawing and painting where they’d previously been struggling.

Update on our first batch of Winter homebrew:

I think this will be the perfect accompaniment to the festive food tastings in our local town square, it’s a Pale Ale from St Peter’s Brewery in Suffolk, UK, described as having a ‘caramel aroma, with a pleasing toffee apple flavour‘. Not sure I’m picking up all the flavour notes, but the more sips I’m having, the more experienced my palette is becoming!

Have a great weekend!




This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Morning, Will!

    Thank you for being so generous – as always. I have bought a Landscape sketching course, until Christmas I will sketch every single thing I see. :)

    Thank you for being such a great tutor!

    Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving,

    1. Thanks very much Dora, really hope you enjoy the sketching course.

      1. Hi Will,

        I wish you and your family a very successful and happy new year.


        1. Thanks very much Dora, happy new year to you too!

  2. Hi Will, Thank you for making these classes available at a wonderful discount. I have been watching your YouTube tutorials and you have me hooked on learning to paint. I’m sure these classes will help.

    Happy Holidays!
    PS – the pale ale looks very tasty, I like a nice bitter ale.

    1. Cheers Irene, really hope you enjoy them

  3. Will,

    Merci beaucoup (a lot of thanks) for this money-off offer.

    I’ve purchased (after the Masterclass Reflections in March) the Small Glass for learning how to do the transparency of glasses (I raised mine to your health to Vanessa and You) and the Floral Still Life for his modernism and beautiful luminosity (and cherry on the cake, here is too a glass vase with the detour of the light trough the water)

    Like we made in France, kisses on cheeks to you two

    1. Merci Christel, you’re very welcome, so pleased you’ve been enjoying the courses.

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