Join Art Mentors this Spring for Steve Huston’s The Path of the Professional Artist, an interactive, career-building event, focused entirely on you and your art career.
Steve Huston is an internationally renowned painter and draftsman, whose works are poetic, poignant, masterfully powerful, and coveted by artists and art collectors alike.
During this intimate, 2-day event, Steve will lecture, demonstrate and work 1-on-1 with students to help you reach your art career goals.
Steve will review your portfolio and work with you to identify and address improvement areas. Steve will also help you develop a personalized strategy for building a healthy and profitable art career, including the motivation, right attitude and life skills required to achieve it.
This event is perfect for both amateurs wanting to break into the art business as well as professionals wanting to advance their careers. Steve will tailor his interactions with you based on where you are as a craftsman and artist, and show you how to reach your goals through a clear, actionable strategy.
This 2-Day Event Features:
A portfolio review from Steve Huston
Personalized strategy for achieving art career goals
High quality image reference to download and keep
A book signing*
NOTE: This event is in-person only, and space is limited to 8 students.
* Bring your own Steve Huston book, or purchase a book in the studio for $45
Steve Huston is a native of Alaska who received his degree from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
He first established himself as a successful illustrator, commissioned by such high-profile clients as Paramount Pictures, MGM, and Warner Brother After holding a faculty position at the Art Center, in addition to teaching courses in life drawing, anatomy, and composition for the artists and animators of Disney and Dreamworks SKG studios, Huston earnestly began his career as a fine artist, winning top prizes at the California Art Club Gold Medal Show two years in a row.
A string of gallery shows followed, first in Los Angeles and then in New York and elsewhere. Huston continues exhibiting his work widely.
His works are poetic, poignant, and masterfully powerful, and his figures are iconic archetypes of masculine and feminine line and form. His work is much sought after by prestigious private collectors, distinguished fellow artists, and other cognoscenti of the contemporary art world.
He has been an extraordinarily effective mentor whose instruction and guidance have produced an impressive number of accomplished acolytes.
Unless otherwise specified in the product descrtipion, students are responsible for obtaining all required materials.
Art Mentors reserves the right to cancel, limit enrollment, substitute instructors or models, reschedule or modify a class with notice to enrolled students.
If a class is canceled enrolled students will be given a refund. If an instructor is unable to finish a class term a refund will be given to students at a pro-rated amount.
Sales are non-refundable but in some cases we can switch a student’s enrollment in a class that has not yet started to another class of equal or lesser value.