Painting Classes in NJ
Art For the Ages
German painter, Gerhard Richter has coined the phrase "Art is the highest form of hope." We agree with that inspirational sentiment. The beauty of art is that it is truly subjective and extremely diverse in style so that anyone can understand and enjoy it. Not only is New Jersey home to many fine art galleries, but it is also home to many aspiring artists and painters. We are also home to the first American sculpturist, Patience Lovell Wright of Bordentown who began wax sculpting as a child. Classes can be taken as a hobby or NJ residents can go to school full time. Lucky for us natives, New Jersey is home to very cute affordable intimate classroom environments as well as bigger venues. For some real fun while learning how to paint (as well as having a night out on the town!), visit one of New Jersey's 29 exclusive BYOB art studios.
The Diversity of Classes
The smaller venues dotted around New Jersey's 21 counties are mostly for fun recreational arts and craft enthusiasts, children or for the novice painter. But remember, the great garden state is also home to some bigger regional schools throughout the state. If you are looking for the best overall universities with advanced painting programs, see below.
Getting Your Fine & Studio Arts Degree
These schools below offer more advanced cirriculms for studets aspiring to persue a career in Visual Arts Princeton University Humanities and Visual Arts programs Lewis Center for the Arts | Princeton University Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts - Has great programs of study in their Art & Design Department.
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