Inspired to Create- A Chat with Kara Bullock
I’m excited to announce the July episode of Inspired to Create – A Chat With Artists that encourage and inspire us.
The wonderful Kara Bullock will be joining me this month.
As I began exploring the online artist community several years ago, I found Kara’s Let’s Face It series of classes. Talk about an incredible opportunity to learn. I loved seeing the different styles and techniques other artists use to create. In the fall of 2018, I attended Kara’s Traveling Art of Sisterhood (TAOS) artist retreat in Scottsdale, Arizona. Kara provided such a fun and inviting space where artists got to know each other and create together. I met so many people I’d only connected with online and those relationships have made a big difference in my journey. She not only brings the most incredible art to life, she is also passionately supportive of other artists.
Kara is an artist who lives in Southern California with her supportive husband, Jeff, and their three creative and inspiring children, Charlotte, Claire, and Brady. Kara has 20+ years experience in teaching and curriculum development. She began her career as an elementary school teacher in 1998 working with children ages six through twelve.
In 2008, she began teaching college courses, online, to adults studying to be teachers! She found it very rewarding to work with those that had a passion for teaching others. In 2018, she stepped away from teaching education courses to work full-time as an artist, art instructor, and mentor. Her work as an online instructor quickly transferred over to teaching art to students all over the world. Kara is known by her students, both online and in person, for providing a safe place for individuals to learn at their own pace, in a space that they feel they can try anything feel supported and encouraged. She feels very lucky to get to do what she loves every day, and that is create art and mentor others on their personal creative paths.
Kara has always been drawn to creating portraits, probably because of her love for people. Kara’s style is modern contemporary. Her work has been described as colorful and bold. It is her goal to create a portrait that makes the viewer want to know more about the story of the person in the painting. She often paints her children as they inspire her the most. Kara wants her audience to be drawn to what is happening in the lives of the individuals at the moment they were painted. Having worked with children, she knows how difficult it can be to grow up, and she wants to capture all of the feelings of her own children that they experience with each new day of their lives. Whatever the feeling, happiness, angst, sadness, anger, etc. she is hoping to capture it and help her audience feel it.
Click here to see Kara’s introduction video. https://vimeo.com/396772210
Wednesday, July 22th, 10am MST
Live Zoom Call
Connect with Kara at these links
If you’d like to see more of Kara’s work, check out all the wonderful learning opportunities on her website or visit the gallery that carries her work, click on all the listed links. Kara is offering a 30% discount off of your first regularly priced class. Coupon code: WELCOME
Let’s Face It 2020
(50 weeks of lessons from 25+ artists with various styles to help artists
experiment and explore different styles of portrait art)
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