Advanced


If you are an accomplished artist

but need to refine your painting skills or are in need of instruction

to evoke a certain feeling through your painting, Jim can help you achieve that goal.  


Call and speak with Jim to

determine what you need.

It might only take one or two

lessons to achieve your goal.  

He will be glad to help

you succeed. 






Jim paints on masonite using acrylic paints.  Students will be shown how to choose masonite boards and prepare their own using gesso

Private Art Lessons

"For the student that is serious about painting"

All lessons are given at

Jim's  art studio in

Plaistow, New Hampshire

or

if you prefer in your

home studio

Lesson times are very limited.  Call for the availability of private lessons at Jim's Studio or at your home.  603-382-7686

Need Help?  Have a question?

Give Jim a Call   603-382-7686

Feel free to call with any questions.  He enjoys answering art questions even over phone

Have you always wanted to create a painting but the process seemed too daunting?  There is help.  Jim Collins will teach you how to plan your painting, step by step, to make that "Masterpiece" within you, a fun and satisfying experience.

Art Lessons

Intermediate


If you have painting experience

or have never tried acrylics 

but want to learn this is the time.

 Jim is able to teach his unique painting techniques to all artists regardless of their experience. 

Upon your first lesson you will discuss where you are as an artist. Bring a few examples of your

work and Jim will adjust

his lessons to suit your skill level.


You will follow all the beginners requirements but proceed at a more rapid rate.



You can have one lesson

or

as many as

you like.

Beginners


Any student that considers themselves a beginner should

have a working knowledge of

basic drawing, composition, perspective light, shadow

and mixing of colors.


Jim achieves realistic renderings

by using photographs of

his subject matter.  All students should come to the first class

with a clear, well composed

photo of the subject

they wish to paint.