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Monday, December 7, 2009 is launched!

(read the entire post here)

For those who have missed my presence...hahaha...on Blogger and on Facebook, I'm b-a-a-a-c-c-c-k!

My alter ego self, Victoria has been in control, immersed me in a new idea that is going live this week, and is making me announce it here and now! will enable art tutors who live all over the world teach students from all over the world in a virtual setting. Artists who have studied with our tutors in a traditional environment who want to continue their studies will LOVE this new way to study at their own pace…in their own studio, and without the travel expense and time off work. All students will be able to experiment with new tutors, tutors whom they have always wanted to study with, in all mediums and subjects.

The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding. 

First to go live was Leslie B. DeMille, with an e-book titled "How to Draw Cats & Kittens",  a charming example of his soft pastel technique on velour paper. Download today for only $17.95 (regular $19.95). His two newest DVDs, produced by Jack Richeson Company are also available.

Timothy C. Tyler has a DVD available on 'The Still Life from Start to Finish", and one for "Painting the Portrait". His introductory virtual classes are now accepting students. Special introductory pricing on these as well...but hurry! Class #101B "How to Paint the Simple Still Life" has a limit of 50 students. You can audit the class as Class #101A with read only access. What a wonderful way to find out his techniques, then you can choose from his other more interactive classes!

Gift Certificates are available in any amount.

Coming soon (within the next few months) are: Margaret Evans, Kippy Hammond, Julie Mayser, Kay Polk, JoAnn 'CotyJo' Smith, and Urania Christy Tarbet.  There are surprises right around the corner (and not all involve a brush with pigment) with additional tutors and many more classes!

If you practice in accord with your individual capacity, 
little by little you will find more pleasure and joy in it. 
As you gain inner strength, 
your positive actions will gain in profundity and scope. 

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Theresa Rankin said...

Miss Vicki or are a force!!! What a wonderful idea! Congrats on such an innovative idea!!
I am blogging again...don't know for how long.
I checked out your new site....fabulous!
Miss you too....been busy feeding the monster...the painting monster..not Max...teehee...

vickiandrandyrossart said...

everyone seems to be reading blogs, but making comments on Facebook. thanks for posting here! LOVE your new painting! Jeez, I know a famous artist!

Diana Moses Botkin said...

You rock, Vicki; what a great way for students to connect with teachers!

vickiandrandyrossart said...

Thanks DMB. I have room for more tutors...can you imagine one on painting miniatures?

suzanneberry said...

Amazing idea!! I LOVE it. Congratulations on such an incredible idea and best of luck with it. Excellent!

vickiandrandyrossart said...

thanks, tomorrow I have to produce our December challenge painting! I've been up to my nose in programming, and hope I haven't forgotten how to paint!