Wednesday, January 18, 2023
JESSICA TAYLOR BELLAMY
Wednesday, January 4, 2023
In conversation with Kline Academy founder
Interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey in fine arts but unsure what to expect? Then read up on our interview with Cheryl Kline, Founder and Owner of Kline Academy of Fine Art, located in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
What's your business, and who are your customers?
I have had to put my own work on hold over the years and try to juggle the demand from the galleries that represent me. It has surely been a juggle, but what motivates me each day is to see all who come to our studio for art classes... it's more than an art school; it's an arts social event.
Where can people find you and your business?
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email@example.com | (310) 837 - 7194
Monday, September 20, 2021
Kline Academy has some Exciting News...
Our instructor has been published!
The home of PleinAir magazine
Changing Times call for a Different Approach
Read about Kline Academy instructor Sharon Weaver!
She shares how she transitioned to new methods of teaching amidst new circumstances, how to discover new subject matter for painting, and her step-by-step painting process.
Tuesday, September 7, 2021
Kline Academy as some Exciting News...
We have been published!
Living Brentwood Magazine
September 2021 issue
Kline Academy of Fine Art
Art classes for adults, teens and tweens - taught by exhibiting artists
Read about Kline Academy founder
Cheryl Kline and her artistic journey with
Kline Academy of Fine Art.
"Often students aspiring to be artists
know what they want to do, but don't know or have the skills to achieve it... For students who attend the Academy, Cheryl says, The sky's the limit."
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Professor / Instructor Rey Bustos' newest book is now available!
"Rey's Anatomy: Figurative Art Lessons From the Classroom"
Thursday, December 10, 2020
Moved by Music, 8 x 5 inches, pastel on sanded paper, paired with a Haiku poem by Yosa Buson, seventeenth century Japanese poet and painter.
H A I K U: Poetry and Pastel
Anne Allen, North Carolina
The Artist’s Workshop, a weekly zoom classroom with founder and owner Cheryl Kline, was the driving force for Anne Allen to develop a collection of small works based on the imagery in Japanese woodblock prints. Following a talk on symbolism in art, Cheryl asked why I thought Asian-inspired imagery was appearing in my artworks. “What is your story as an artist? What are you trying to communicate with your art?” Moved by Music, a poetic landscape in pastel, charcoal, and alcohol wash is the first artwork is Anne’s new collection, named H A I K U: Poetry and Pastel.
Japanese woodblock prints and illustrations flourished in seventeenth century Edo as Tokyo was called. Between weekly classes, Anne studied the art and culture of Japan and viewed Van Gogh & Japan, a British film produced by Exhibitions on Screen. “Colorful Japanese prints were often paired with poetry. Each pastel painting in the new collection is paired with a poem.” The pastels are showing at BlackBird Frame & Art, Asheville, NC.
Anne Allen lives in the Appalachian region of Western North Carolina and serves on the board of the Appalachian Pastel Society, NC. She is a member of the International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS). Anne participates in Kline Academy’s weekly critique and virtual presentation every Thursday at 11 a.m.
H A I K U
Blossoms at night,
and the faces of people
moved by music.
- Yosa Buson
Monday, July 20, 2020
The Art Renewal Center's
14th Virtual ARC Salon Exhibit
This is a huge achievement for the Representational Art Movement! Having an organization like Sotheby's host an event like this for Contemporary Realist Art says a lot about the growth of this movement.
The Art Renewal Center's 14th Virtual ARC Salon Exhibition is now live at Sothebys.com
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
It's been more than two weeks since we postponed classes and workshops. I was hoping this would be over soon... But it looks like we should take at the very least another month or maybe more to start getting back to life again.
That being said, we will not be meeting until mayor Garcetti eases the restriction. We will send you an update about when to resume your class and workshop as soon as we hear from him, and in the meantime if you have any questions, feel free to email Juri at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Cheryl at 310-927-2436.
Monday, March 16, 2020
Most of our instructors will be available for private in-studio lessons or critiques. Limited to a maximum of 2 people per session at the private class rate. (If you want to help these artists keep afloat and pay their bills, please schedule a session with them.)