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15+ Online Art Classes to Take Your Creativity to New Heights This Week

By Sara Barnes on August 25, 2017
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The weekend is the perfect time to break out of your normal routine and try something new. And what better way to do that than by taking photography or art classes online? Over the course of a day or two, you can learn a new skill related to drawing, painting, picture taking, and much more. Best of all, you can attend class from the comfort of your home.

We’ve picked some of the best classes to boost your creativity this week via online learning sites Craftsy and CreativeLive . For artists, this includes some science-related topics. In The Art & Science of Perspective , learn how to give your drawings depth so that it’ll feel like you’re about to walk inside of them. This is something that many of us can use more practice of, because even the most talented artists find it tricky.

But if landscapes aren’t your style, check out Figure Anatomy for the Artist . In this course, you’ll become familiar with complex bone structures and the joints of the human body. By knowing what’s beneath our skin, you’ll be able to draw figures in a more realistic way.

Don’t wait too long to sign up for one of these creative classes—especially on Craftsy. They’re now running a special that has over 50 classes reduced to under $15.

Scroll down to see our picks for this week’s online creative classes!

Photography Classes Online

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Photography

25 Innovative Photoshop Techniques for Photo & Video , Craftsy: Photoshop is a powerful industry-standard tool. Learn more about its creative possibilities through this class.

From Capture to Print , CreativeLive: Snapping a picture and getting it printed are two different things. Understand how to bridge the gap between them and ensure that what you shot accurately translates into a physical print.

The Art of Wildlife Photography , CreativeLive: Instructor Tom Mangelsen shares his 40 years of wildlife photography experience and how you can approach your work in a similar way.

Soft & Dreamy Portraits , Craftsy: You needn’t “break the bank” shooting ethereal portraits. See how to create bokeh-style images and learn how light can dramatically alter your subject.

Light Painting , CreativeLive: Make your nighttime photography come alive with long exposure light painting.

Posing 101 , CreativeLive: A pose can make or break a photo. Fashion photographer Lindsay Adler shares her tips and tricks that you can use to flatter your subject’s best angles.

The Essential Guide to Lightroom , Craftsy: Lightroom is one of the best tools available for photographers. From editing to workflow, learn how to harness its power with this course.

The Art of Seeing , CreativeLive: Lead by National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting—with over 30 years experience—he’ll offer inspiration that’ll change the way you look at photography.

Art Classes Online

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Art & Design

The Art & Science of Perspective , Craftsy: Learn to draw depths that are so convincing that viewers will feel like they’re stepping into an artwork.

Figure Anatomy for the Artist , Craftsy: The human figure is complex, but this class breaks it down into a system of lines, shapes, and forms that were used by the likes of da Vinci and Michelangelo .

Chalk Lettering , CreativeLive: Artists create amazing works from chalk—see how to do the same!

The Classic Self-Portrait , Craftsy: How do you view yourself? Artist Kerry Dunn provides exercises and instructs you in ways to produce your self portrait with oil paint.

Paint Better Portraits From Photographs , Craftsy: Reference photos are a powerful tool in creating realistic artwork. See how to combine photography with elements of drawing to add another dimension to painted portraits.

Photo Transfers for Mixed Media Collage Work , CreativeLive: Incorporating photos into collage is easier than you think. Learn some of the most popular techniques and how to integrate them into your mixed media piece.

Customize Your Embroidery , CreativeLive: Tired of using someone else’s embroidery patterns? Learn how to begin your own custom projects that incorporate your favorite needlework.

Recycle Your Art , CreativeLive: You don’t have to throw your old artwork away. Use it as material for your next project.

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The Down Deep

Mining your truths on the Creative Journey with Fonda Clark Haight

 

When we are stuck in our thinking mind, we can forget that we are creative beings with many different stories to tell. Beneath our “thinking mind” are hidden stories, skills, resources, positive values, dreams, and desires. In the down deep we listen for indications of strength and knowledge within our own life stories.  In this course you will learn how to put into practice new ways of “seeing”,  of mining the down deep of your subconscious. This is a way to begin to understand yourself and your world thru your art.

Registration is now closed- Class in session:
24th of September – 19th of October-

The Format:

Each week, for 4 weeks, Fonda will lead you through her process for tapping into her inner guidance to create mixed media pieces which are an expression of the artist’s soul.

 ☆    Minimum of 4 lessons per week.
 ☆    Lessons delivered via video
 ☆    Community Facebook group to share and be further inspired.
 ☆    Acrylic painting, pastels, drawing, and journaling along with a few surprises.
 ☆    Lifetime access*

At the end of this course you should feel inspired to tap into the well of inspiration that resides within each of us to create pieces of art that are unique to you and are expressions of your inner landscape.

 

Artwork from the course:

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Participant’s Work:

 

 Denise Milam Baldwin

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Pam Tucker

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Deb Weiers

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Leslie Wood

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Ellison James

Ellison James

Jennifer Merritt

Jennifer Merritt

Rebecca Mueller Williams

Rebecca Mueller Williams

Verona Nicholson

Verona Nicholson

Susan Giftos Kegerreis

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Amy Steinberg

Amy Steinberg

Carole Villeneuve

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Deb Weiers

Leslie Wood

Ellison James

Jennifer Merritt

Rebecca Mueller Williams

Verona Nicholson

Susan Giftos Kegerreis

Amy Steinberg

Carole Villeneuve

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To read the full testimonials visit here

 

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Forgiveness

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Mining your truths on the Creative Journey with Fonda Clark Haight

Forgiveness is both an art and a practice. As an art, it begins with connecting to the subtle nuances of  your feelings and experiences in the Down deep,  and as a practice, it involves learning vital skills , skills we often weren’t taught as children. In this course you will learn some of the practices that have worked for me in finding clarity and resolution with those experiences that I encounter working in the Down Deep.  This is a class about finding and connecting with your true self thru your art practices.

Registration is now closed for Forgiveness

The Format:

Each week, for 6 weeks, Fonda will lead you through her process for tapping into her inner guidance to create mixed media pieces with a deep dive into forgiveness for healing and transformation.

 ☆    6 week course
 ☆    Lessons delivered via video with support text and resources
 ☆    Community Facebook group to share and be further inspired.
 ☆    Acrylic painting, pastels, drawing, and journaling along with a few surprises.
 ☆    Lifetime access*
 ☆    Guest teacher Amanda Grace

 “In Forgiveness you will learn some of the practices that have worked for me in finding clarity and resolution with those experiences that I encounter working in the Down Deep.  This is a class about finding and connecting with your true self thru your art practices and the processes I’ve outlined, about the transformation of your story, your journey towards wholeness.   
You are not broken.
You are not unworthy.
You are not lacking anything.
You are complete.
You are whole.
You are sacred.
No other story is true. How do I know that?  Because if it’s true for anyone, it’s true for you. You, your art, your expression as a human in this world is sacred.  
True story. XO
Fonda Clark Haight

* Please note this course follows on from the work of The Down Deep and therefore  is only available to those who have previously enrolled for The Down Deep. Both workshops will run again in the future so be sure to pop your name on our mailing list to be notified when you can join us for the Down Deep.

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FAQ

Who can sign up for this course?
All creative souls, that is everyone!! Whether beginner or more experience,

I’ve never done any art or anything like this before, can I still sign up?
Perfect, what a wonderful way to start.

What sort of supplies do I need to do this course?

There is a supply list HERE , however they are just suggestions- for many of the lessons you will be able to use what you have at hand. There is usually no need to go out and buy more.

Internet connection- you will need enough to be able to watch the videos and participate.

I’m not on Facebook, can I still do the class?
You don’t need to be on Facebook to do the class, you can just work from the classroom if you like. I resisted signing up for Facebook for a long time and I am so glad that I finally did- the benefits of being in community with so many like minded people who are willing to share far out weighs any reservations I had. If you are on facebook and you join the group, we will all benefit from the shared experiences, lessons and inspirations, including me (I can’t wait to be inspired by you all). It is totally your choice how you want to do this workshop.

Can I share the class with others?
We would absolutely love it if you told others about this workshop, however Fonda issharing heartwork here and months of work on this project and would really appreciate it if you didn’t share the actual classes with anyone who hasn’t signed up for them. It is both good Karma and good manners 🙂

Can I share what I do in the course?
Absolutely, of course, we would love a mention (as an honouring of the teacher/master who inspired you) and a link back and there is a button you can pop up on your blog if you would like (I would be so grateful). & we would so love to see what you create in the Facebook group.

How long will the Deep Down go for ?

The Deep Down runs for 4 weeks with lifetime access*. 24th of September until the 19th of October

How long will I have access to the workshop?
* You will have access to lifetime access to the classroom for as long as the classroom stays online (by which I mean that access will be ongoing for years unforeseen circumstance aside for as long as this site can be maintained) The Facebook group will stay open so that the community there can continue to inspire each other and share knowledge 🙂

Once I sign up for the course can I change my mind?

Sorry, but all sales are final due to the digital nature of this workshop- once you have signed up there are no refunds for this course.

Testimonials for the Down Deep:

This astounding group, this collection of wise wonderful sages, shamanic interpreters of souls. Fonda Clark Haight found us, gently reached in and tore a piece from each of our hearts and collaged us together. I hope we don’t drift too far apart. I like me when I’m connected with you all. I find myself reading your posts, then sticking my fingers in my ears to block the outside cacophony in my daily world and reading the post again, slower, breathing it in….breathing in The Down Deep.

Sharon Waggy


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Best online class I’ve ever taken!!! I can’t say enough about Fonda and her classes. Her Down Deep class not only was full of yummy techniques, but as a teacher she is one of the most nurturing and supportive and really gives so much of herself not only on her art but in the students journey in her classes. She is able to tap into places in your art that you may have never explored and she helps you push it even further. I can’t say enough about how much her class meant to me.

Leslie Wood


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I signed up for Fonda’s course, The Down Deep, because her art really appealed to me and I thought I would have fun getting some insights into how she worked and how she thought. Mother have mercy, was I in for a surprise. Fonda included all the obligatory components of an excellent course: a mind grabbing title, entertaining and informative videos, an interested and involved teacher. However, she was NOT kidding when she promised we would go Down Deep. She was not the kind of teacher who made up a fancy title and then it was ho-hum work as usual. What kind of teacher was she? The kind that goes above and way beyond, or way down deep in this case. The kind that is not just a leader, but a participant, in the best sense of the word. The kind that is not just a teacher, but a Shaman. I do not use the term Shaman lightly, but it completely fits the magic that Fonda evoked from participants in this class. A Shaman travels into other dimensions and brings back healing visions for her followers. Fonda did this with her art, and her demonstrations of how she created it. But what clinched the title of Shaman, for me, was watching how lovingly and deftly she encouraged her participants to make their own magic. They could use the materials she suggested and demonstrated, but she admired their efforts and encouraged them to use any means and methods they resonated with. Most incredible of all, was her uncanny knack for delving to the heart of any spread she saw, and intuiting what that person needed to hear. You could literally see confidence and new art bursting through everywhere on our online class page, in response to her stimulating encouragement. (The participants of the class also reacted to each other in kind: there was an outpouring of support like I have never seen in the many classes I have taken.) Time after time students declared they had made breakthroughs, and attributed it to Fonda’s influence, declaring “This never would have happened without you.” Fonda, our Shaman, created a safe place for participants to share in a way that was not just honest, but intimate and revelatory. Fonda was always compassionate, never deprecating, to herself or anyone else. And FUNNY—dang, that woman has a sense of humour (Dang is a word she uses often, and we have all adopted it, lol.) I not only saw developments in the work of others. I experienced them myself, and I have made art for decades. So, do I think Fonda walks on water? No, she is wonderfully flawed and imperfect and deliciously talented and completely human. That is why she relates so well to her class participants. And I love her. How many classes did you take where you could say, afterwards, about the teacher, I love her. That is the kind of response Fonda Clarke Haight inspires. If you see a class out there that Fonda is teaching, take it. Sign up quickly, before it fills with those of us who have taken her classes before.

Carol Wiebe

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This was a course like no other I have taken….and believe me I’ve taken a few! For me it was permission to find the most astonishing images in “ugly backgrounds”….and the fascination of watching Fonda do just that on the video…..that would have been enough. But the magical thing for me was the way she was there for every one of us, guiding, supporting, encouraging…..and the group responded to that in a quite wonderful way. I met people that I am so glad I met. 5 months on we are still posting and sharing….and Fonda is still popping in to say Hi. This is so recommended if you want to peer into your dreaming less than quite conscious self….and find it loved that you came to visit.

Fiona Knox

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Fonda Clark Haight’s Down Deep class will be with me for quite awhile. She’s done it all: provided new techniques and stayed available long past the end of the class. Before this class I had used a written journal to try to make sense of my life and emotions. This was the first time I actually understood someone’s process for doing the same thing with visual art. I really have only just begun to explore this, but Fonda gently and deftly has given me tools that I understand and can replicate, and I’m grateful!

Lynn Ruehlman

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I had the pleasure to take an art course from Fonda Clark Haight which I absolutely enjoyed from beginning to end. I enjoyed it so much that I will be working my way through the entire course again! Her authenticity, thoughtfulness and compassion came through every word, image, and lesson she offered. I highly recommend her courses and simply can’t wait for the next class she offers to become available. Thank you Fonda! Sincerely,

Jessica Bowman, M.A.

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Fonda’s class has been the best online class I have ever taken. Fonda has an art journalling process that is easy to get into, but amazingly deep and healing. Fonda herself has an incredible presence. Even online, she holds the group in a very safe and loving way. I couldn’t recommend her class more.

Mares Walter
 

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SIGN UP: ART ON THE IPAD

The next online course ART ON THE iPAD  starts August 21 with 6 weekly lessons posted each Tuesday, plus a catch-up pause at week 4.

If you are a returning student email me for a deep discount coupon and take the course again for only $35.

What you’ll learn:

  • Week 1: Learn the basics, if you are new to the iPad. Use the short cuts and organization tools built into your iPad, to make files, take screen shots, get photos and art images in and out of your iPad. (And how this class works, how to interact, post your work, etc.)

  • Week 2: Improve your photographs with built in and purchased apps using tips and tricks of photo editing, plus how to use two must-have photo special effects apps.

  • Week 3: Draw, paint and make art journals using your iPad, great skills for travel journals and daily drawings when paper is not an option! Use photos as source material, draw “on top,” then lose the photo leaving only your sketch.

WEEK 4 — Pause — catch up, share work, ask questions!

  • Week 5: Make interesting pattern designs with your iPad: kaleidoscope designs, tiled and tesselations, and abstracted photo designs. This week you’ll learn also to print on fabric using an inkjet printer.

  • Week 6: Take your iPad images, photos, sketches, doodles and designs from the tablet to yardage and/or wrapping paper with an online print-on-demand service. We’ll use Spoonflower but the basic process is similar with others. Other paper print and canvas print options, too, for mixed media artists, photographers, painters and book smiths.

  • Week 7: See a step by step example of how I make a textile collage painting, (AKA art quilt) using the iPad as a design tool, for textile print production and more. 

  • And much more: best apps, lots of examples, fun interactions and surveys, discussion posts with each lesson, hands-on practice and assignments to share.

  • A private Face Book group is also available for alumni — and I always offer a special deal for returning students who want to update their skills with added materials and app updates in new sessions.

EACH LESSON includes video/s, downloadable tutorials, screen capture videos and slideshows, examples of many art works created on the iPad, links to other resources and tutorials. You can spend as much as 10 hours a week or as little as 2-3 hours a week on these lessons — it’s up to you as you how deeply you want to dive, and how much you want to practice the new tools to gain skills that will serve you for years! To pay by check, contact me at [email protected]

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What participants say about Susie’s iPad courses:

I have never taken an on-line course before, I don’t even know how to do Facebook. But your videos, and lessons were so easy to follow…Your teaching approach is very relaxed and thorough. If we had problems you walked us thru them. The amount of information I gleaned was absolutely wonderful. This little powerful iPad has more than enough FUN stuff available for the CREATIVES AND ARTISTS. And you have corralled us through how to lasso the wonderful stuff that is just waiting for us to explore.  

Bonnie Davis, San Antonio

I very much like the way this class is planned and I think you make a great job handling all those eager to learn members. I enjoy every minute I spend learning what you convey! What I have learnt so far is worth  every penny.

Jobina de Boer, Netherlands

The course is, indeed, intense and fast-paced.  But it’s also fun!  I love the play part. I’m beginning to feel more comfortable with my iPad and not as afraid as I was to try new things on it.

Lynn Kunz, Illinois

I cannot believe that I never used the editing software that is already right there on the IPad! And I love Pixlr! Yesterday I spent more than half the day just playing. I’m going to have to have a bit of self discipline or I won’t get as much done in the studio, but I am learning a lot.

Jeanne Sisson, Massachusetts 

“This class is for you if you are novice or experienced using your iPad for your art. I am beyond novice and still learned a lot which I will continue to apply after the class ends. Susie’s expertise guides you and your classmates through the class along with her suggestions which are insightful and helpful. Enjoy the ride!”

Pat Schulz, San Antonio, Texas

 

 

 

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 In all my online courses, you work at your own pace, and within your own schedule through weekly sets of lessons that include step-by-step tutorials, video, slide shows, screen captures of apps in action, discussion posts, a weekly assignment sharing your work (optional) and PDF versions of the lessons. All downloadable! Limited enrollment assures personal attention and feedback, lively group discussions.

In all my online courses, you work at your own pace, and within your own schedule through weekly sets of lessons that include step-by-step tutorials, video, slide shows, screen captures of apps in action, discussion posts, a weekly assignment sharing your work (optional) and PDF versions of the lessons.

All downloadable! Limited enrollment assures personal attention and feedback, lively group discussions.

 This quilt in progress, shows two pieces of iPad designed fabric used as the background for this landscape -- it's about 48" by 50"

This quilt in progress, shows two pieces of iPad designed fabric used as the background for this landscape — it’s about 48″ by 50″

Sign up here: COLLAGE on the iPad

Collage on the iPad

NEXT SESSION COMING IN OCTOBER

Photographic juxtapositions, overlays, blended images — all new apps show up in this new five week (6 with a pause at week 3) cut and paste apps that replicate the process of making cut-and-paste fabric and paper collages and much more — a five week course for $175.

This is an intermediate course for those who have taken the Art on the iPad course from me or have equivalent iPad skills.

What you’ll learn:

  • Week 1: Two lessons this week.  First and overview of how I use iPad collages to make quilts and design fabric — using Spoonflower and sites like RedBubble.  Second, start simple: Refresh your memory for using Pixlr and learn about  other grid collage apps with innovative applications for quilt and textile design. 

  •  Week 2: BREAK. Keep on working on Week 1 skills with a new assignment that takes you into the realm of pattern design (great for Spoonflower  or quilt block designs). I am off on spring break with limited email and internet access so won’t be reacting until after I get back to the computer! (week of March 13)

  • Week 3: Layered Image Collages. Advanced juxtaposition work, blend several photos with overlays, transparent layers, masking  and more. Some of these apps have social media possibilities, too — use them or not!

  • Week 4: Cut and Paste — Virtual Scrapbook Collages – These apps and skills make your iPad the equivalent of cut and paste with paper and glue — with lots more control of image color, opacity and size. 

  • Week 5: Arty and Artful Collages – Art images, children’s shape collage apps and similar art toy tools can give you sophisticated and intriguing collage designs for fabric, art quilts and mixed media. Learn Susie’s favorite apps for making playful, bright, Matisse and Picasso (among others ) inspired designs.

  • A private FaceBook group is also available for alumni

EACH LESSON includes video/s, downloadable tutorials, screen capture videos and slideshows, examples of many art works created on the iPad, links to other resources and tutorials. You can spend as much as 10 hours a week or as little as 3-4 hours a week on these lessons — it’s up to you as you how deeply you want to dive and how much you want to practice the new tools to gain skills that will serve you for years!

COLLAGE ON THE IPAD SIGN UP

 

COMING:

Patterns, Tiles, Pixels and more

Four weeks of indepth exploration of more apps, sharing our work and taking it further! In this class you’lllearn to draw or paint non-mirrored tessellations and tiles based on art work and photos.  Sign up for my newsletter  to receive notifications. Intermediate course for those who have taken the Art on the iPad course or have equivalent skills.

Art Media on the iPad: Paint, Sculpt, Print and more

Apps and exercises that help you explore different kinds of image making with virtual media; screen printing, watercolor, abstract expressionism, art period history paintings and much more. Access your inner Fritz Kline and Jackon Polluck, explor folk art imagery. Six week course, $250, Coming in 2017. All levels.

Word Collages, Words on Top and Typography on the iPad

Apps and exercises that help you explore word play in lots of ways — visual poetry, graphic design basics, word collages and word clouds. A fun short course to come! All levels.


 This quick sketch on my iPad became part of the large art quilt shown in the next photograph, a commission I completed in 2014.

This quick sketch on my iPad became part of the large art quilt shown in the next photograph, a commission I completed in 2014.

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