Margaret Welty is that rare combination of artist and mentor who can coach even the best, yet humbly guide the novice into competence and confidence.
Mark Bryan, co-author of The Artist's Way at Work
After using the techniques taught on this video I began to see things emerge out of nothing. I am now confident that I will soon be able to draw what I see like those I admire. But first my creativity has to emerge and be set free. Thanks to this video it will! Thank you and keep up the great work!
D Dub, YouTube viewer
[Margaret’s instruction] made me feel very excited, and able to accept myself through art. This means freedom of expression for me and to let go of things I cannot control... watercolor is such a release!
Emily Brooks, pre-teacher education college student
from Workshop Attendees
Many amazing new techniques to pass on to my students. Five Stars!! Best money spent! Definitely glad I came and learned SO much! Very kind and exceptional instructor.
Sandy Bonus, 6th grade Studio Art teacher, Park Maitland School, FL
I loved "the claw" & "the holy bridge"! Eye opening. Informative. Favorite session in the whole conference!
Brittany Scala, Middle School Art teacher, Columbia, SC
Please [take this workshop]! Great tips and a wonderful way to learn.
Billie Cube, art teacher for grades 1-8
I learned to take time to observe — use fingers as forms of measurement. Very helpful for those wanting to explore more with self portraits especially those of us who struggle with it.
Kim Long, High School Level 1 art teacher, Woodward, OK
Great instructions & detailed info on measuring the face! You definitely gave me some new ideas about how to teach portraiture to my students. Well organized! I wish we had more time!!
Amy Weishahn, Art & French teacher, Fernley High School, NV
Your supplies were excellent and your were extremely knowledgeable. I'm going to buy the mirrors for my classroom!