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Online Instruction
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AccessArt
Online workshops and arts educational activities aimed at all ages.
http://www.accessart.org.uk/
Arty Factory
Teaches art techniques through free workshops; includes shading, proportions and pencil portraits.
http://www.artyfactory.com
Draw and Paint School
Art instruction from professional artists. Unlimited resources for practicing artists. For beginners to professionals, all ages accepted.
http://www.DrawAndPaintSchool.com/
Live Internet Stained Glass Class
Live interactive workshops - work along with students attending class in the studio.
http://www.stainedglassclass.com/
Milam Studios
Offers drawing and painting lessons for adults and children through membership. Also offers articles, and some works for sale.
http://www.milamstudios.com/
Oil painting - A free tutorial that teaches oil painting technique
Offers a free tutorial that teaches oil painting techniques like the old masters used in the renaissance.
http://www.woodenpalette.com/oilpaint1.html
Open College of the Arts
OCA offers courses in a wide range of artistic subjects including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography , creative writing, music and textile, interior & garden design at all levels of ability by post or personal tuition. Affiliated to the Open University.
http://www.oca-uk.com/
Studio Arts
Downloadable e-book and online training in calligraphy and painting. Samples lessons are shown.
http://www.studioarts.net/
Vision and Art
How the illusion of three dimensions can be created in two-dimensional art.
http://psych.hanover.edu/Krantz/art/