30-day Challenge: Silhouettes
First-Time Painter Collection
Paint 30 silhouette paintings in 30 days
Receive $25 off code for another course
(email paintwithlovejoy@gmail with the final project photos)
30-day Challenge: (great to do with a friend 😉)
- Just paint! It's not the end of the world
- Paint 1 painting per day (est. 30-90 mins)
- 35+ tutorials to choose from
- Become comfortable with your tools, mixing paint, & brush pressure
- Encouraged to make your designs unique to you
- Discover the relaxing benefits that come with "Paint time"
- Email photos of your 30 paintings and receive a discount code for $25 for another course
- Paint regularly = good for mental (healthy) balance
- Smile, now you can try harder paintings!
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Perfect for First-time painters of ANY age!
(great way to acquire basic painting skills quickly)
This Challenge Includes:
- Basic and affordable supplies needed (links to buy)
- How to set up your space at home
- Mindset for beginning a new skill
- 30+ organized painting options specific for first-time painters
- Private group for support
- Recommended to paint 1 each day for 30 days
*Email your 30 paintings in 30 days and receive $25 off code for another course
- Bonus: Lifetime access to this challenge 😉
30+ paintings to try!
here are a few:
Lovejoy has taught first-time & beginner painters exclusively for the last 15 years, her "Paint Your Pet" class was the first in San Diego in 2013, and with the endorsement of the San Diego Humane Society & other local non-profit rescue groups the class became an instant hit! Her local students have helped the class grow by coming back and bringing friends. She has helped self proclaimed un-creative people find a joy in painting and see the world from a new perspective. It is from her students enthusiasm and support that Lovejoy pushed to develop this as an online course.
Lovejoy graduated from Savannah College of Art & Design in 2003. Her goal when leaving Savannah was to earn a living as an artist and to be creative and active every day. She then spent the next seven years developing her style with the palette knife and bold use of color in Sedona, AZ. “I usually don't know what my final art piece will look like when I start, only the subject and basic composition. Finding most of my creative flow within the wildlife genre, I developed a way to sculpt with paint, layer by layer. Creating a beautiful play of lights and shadows, full of unexpected colors side by side. It’s a dance, a push and pull until the form becomes whole. I find so much peace when I’m creating,” - Lovejoy.
See Lovejoy's professional portfolio here www.lovejoycreations.com
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