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Top Drawing Lessons in Austin - 2022

LAST UPDATED 29 May, 2022
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Austin Creative Art Center

Service Focus
21% Realistic Drawing
33% Charcoal Drawing
2% Pencil Drawing
43% Other
Service Focus
21% Realistic Drawing
33% Charcoal Drawing
2% Pencil Drawing
43% Other
ACAC is a school that teaches students the skills they need to become artists. They provide access for all ages, from toddlers up through adults who want more out of life than just being average citizens in this world. ACAC has imaginative concepts and high quality tools; it will help you develop critical thinking abilities while learning about different techniques so your work can be as creative or detailed-focused as desired!

NinaBeallPaintings

Service Focus
3% Realistic Drawing
22% Charcoal Drawing
73% Pencil Drawing
3% Other
Service Focus
3% Realistic Drawing
22% Charcoal Drawing
73% Pencil Drawing
3% Other
Nina Beall is a working artist who has paintings hanging in some of the best homes and museums in America. I make Austin my home, but to be honest with you it's almost as much fun when people come see me for art lessons -- there are always new aspiring artists that visit! And by helping them mentor their own work or refine techniques through trial-and-error we can all learn something together...

Cafe Monet Art Studio

Service Focus
36% Realistic Drawing
25% Charcoal Drawing
23% Pencil Drawing
16% Other
Service Focus
36% Realistic Drawing
25% Charcoal Drawing
23% Pencil Drawing
16% Other
The Cafe Monet, a paint-your own pottery and art studio in the heart of Downtown Napa Valley is an inspiring environment where people can explore their creativity. Our goal has always been to create something unique for locals as well tourists looking for some time away from it all!

Laugh A Lot Paint and Sip Art Classes

Service Focus
13% Realistic Drawing
2% Charcoal Drawing
20% Pencil Drawing
65% Other
Service Focus
13% Realistic Drawing
2% Charcoal Drawing
20% Pencil Drawing
65% Other
We want to give you an opportunity for your friends and family members of all ages, genders, races or religions. Laugh A Lot Art Events will meet online so that we can provide fun creative activities involving paint! Whether it be a multi-family residential community looking to lease up or corporation concerned with lifting morale; whether as individual seeking fundraiser idea

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Dougherty Arts Center

Service Focus
22% Realistic Drawing
47% Charcoal Drawing
31% Pencil Drawing
Service Focus
22% Realistic Drawing
47% Charcoal Drawing
31% Pencil Drawing
The Dougherty Arts Center is a great place for artists to collaborate, build community and share their talents. They host events and classes that teach you to do anything from digital animation on Mondays or painting with acrylics every Wednesday

Young Rembrandts West Austin

Service Focus
27% Realistic Drawing
30% Charcoal Drawing
42% Pencil Drawing
Service Focus
27% Realistic Drawing
30% Charcoal Drawing
42% Pencil Drawing
Young Rembrandts Franchise, is a home-based business that brings art education and instruction to children ages 3-12. Young Rembrandt's franchise owners come from many different backgrounds, but they all have one thing in common; the desire to feel good about what they do, make a difference in their family and community lives as well as being their own boss.

Amanda Lee Jones Art Studio

Service Focus
10% Realistic Drawing
34% Charcoal Drawing
23% Pencil Drawing
33% Other
Service Focus
10% Realistic Drawing
34% Charcoal Drawing
23% Pencil Drawing
33% Other
Amanda Jones is an artist who recently graduated with a degree from Texas State University and trained under Mary Watkins at 3 Muses School of Fine Arts. She taught English as well, so she knew the importance that artful expression have on children in their development before starting her own studio which continues today.