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I’m super excited to announce that I will be a guest teacher again in Let’s Face It 2022!

Let's Face It

Let’s Face It is a year-long art course devoted to studying portraits and figures. It is for anyone who wants to practice creating portraits and figurative art, and geared toward all levels: beginners, intermediate and advanced artists.

This will be the 7th year that I’m teaching in Let’s Face It and I can’t wait to get started again!

Each week in 2022, you will receive one new lesson from one of the guest artists. These lessons are created to inspire you and expose you to different ways of drawing and painting the face and figure. We’ll share our strategies, tips, and techniques so that you can find what works for you to help you continue on your journey of creating portraits.

Not only will you leave this course feeling more confident in your skills, but also with a whole new community of art friends that will keep supporting you from here on out!

In previous years Let’s Face It always had a specific theme, but in 2022 the teachers have full liberty to be creative and design the lesson for you that they feel is truest to their way of working and creating. I’m really excited about that and already have some fun ideas for my lessons!


Just like in the previous years I will be hosting a giveaway for Let’s Face It 2022, yay! 🙂 My giveaway will start October 5, so be sure to come back to my blog by then. Click here to bookmark my blog.

Practical Info

Click here for all info on Let’s Face It 2022 and the teacher line-up.

Registration opens: October 18, 2021
Class begins: January 3, 2022

IMPORTANT: The first 500 people who sign up after registration opens (October 18) get $50 discount on the regular price!

Keep this page bookmarked so that you can sign up the moment registration opens.

Let’s Face It is a wonderful course which will be hosted in 2022 for the 7th time. I’m really excited to be part of it again next year, and I hope you will join us! 🙂

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