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Beginner or pro, you can take your art to the next level with world-renowned artist and cultural icon Justin BUA.
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BUA reveals his art secrets – including all the Masters’ techniques he taught at USC – through hundreds of hours of step-by-step HD video art lessons online.
Whenever you want feedback, the ArtistWorks Video Exchange Platform enables you to submit a video or picture of your work to BUA. From his studio, he'll review your technique and provide a video response pointing out your strengths and pinpointing areas for improvement.
These interactions are paired together on the site with the other art lessons and always available for you to refer back to as you progress.
You get unlimited access to BUA’s full library of How To Draw lessons, one-to-one video exchanges, AND you can learn from all the interactions BUA has with other students in the community.
BUA's online art lessons cover all aspects of how to draw, including acrylic painting, the figure, portraits, caricatures, landscapes, still life, color, perspective, light, the business of art, art history and much more.
It’s a 24/7 online master class with a community of like-minded artists all working together to deepen their skills and love for creating.
One of Justin BUA's favorite artists of all time is Vincent Van Gogh. To commemorate the anniversary of his death in 1890, he’s recorded a video where he explains just a few of the reasons why he was such an amazing artist:
Vincent Van Gogh is the quintessential artist. When you think of a tortured soul, somebody who would cut their own ear off like Van Gogh did, somebody who HAD to paint to live (and he did have to paint to live), someone almost driven to the insane asylum by his own creative genius… that was Vincent Van Gogh.