Session Discounts (1 session is 4 consecutive weeks)

  • One discount per student/family.
  • Seniors (65+) $10 discount (Tuition $85)
  • If you travel more than 15 miles to get to the studio, $5 discount   (must be confirmed)
  • If you travel more than 25 miles to get to the studio, $10 discount  (must be confirmed)
  • 2 children, or parent and child from the same family, 1 session (4 weeks), $160.

Art Classes Tuition:

(non-refundable, non-transferable)

Be sure to check out our "Session Discounts" (to the right).


One Class $25
Reserve a work station (easel, table, chair) for one class: email me at
gstoart@gmail.com the day before to confirm availability.

One Session (4 Classes over 4 weeks) $95
Reserve a station for 4 consecutive weeks in the same class at the same time.  


Two Sessions (8 classes over 8 weeks) $180
Reserve a station for 8 consecutive weeks in the same class at the same time.  


Three Sessions (12 classes over 12 weeks) $270
Reserve a station for 12 consecutive weeks in the same class at the same time.


Dual Session (8 classes, 2 per week for 4 weeks) $180
Reserve a station twice a week  for 4 consecutive weeks in the same classes at the same time.  


The Course $270 
The course is 12 weeks.  We cover a comprehensive list of tools, techniques, theories, principles and facts in a logical order beginning with basic drawing, then color mixing and color interpretation, then painting.  
Click here for a printable course outline.

Gift Certificates available for 4, 8, or 12 classes, 
Click Here to Order.

Don't have supplies?  Not a problem.  I will set you up with an 11 x 14 inch stretched canvas, and a full pallet of acrylic paint, brushes and paper towels for $15.



 
  


Greg Storer Art

"The greatest thing by far is to be a master of metaphor, it is the one thing that cannot be learnt from others; and it is also a sign of genius, since a good metaphor implies an intuitive perception of the similarity  in [the] dissimilar." Aristotle (384-322 BC), Greek philosopher. S.H. Butcher, Aristotle's Theory of Poetry and Fine Art, 1951.