Free Tutorials

This is where I will post support materials related to the workshops and courses I am currently teaching. While intended primarily for my students, anyone with an interest is welcome to download the materials, but please remember they are copyrighted and not for resale or distribution. 🙂


18 Responses to Free Tutorials

  1. Bella says:

    I am starting some work of my own, and I have found that these slide shows you have created are by far the best work I have seen!

    Best Regards, hope to see you while visiting,


  2. kullaf says:

    thank you Bella!

  3. Linda BB says:

    These slide shows are great and your approach and talent are also wonderful.
    Anne, I love your work…..always have !

  4. Anne, these are wonderful. Such useful tips. I love your artwork and will be back to view more.

  5. kullaf says:

    thank you Sharon!

  6. Amy says:

    Thanks for you words of encouragment to just do it and enjoy and practice… will try….. along with my three kids…. anyhow I wonder if you do pictures soley with a pallette knife? I have been trying and its fun, but not got it down.

    Thanks from Florence SC

  7. kullaf says:

    Hi Amy! Painting with young children is certainly a challenge. 🙂 I don’t use a palette knife, they’ve always felt cumbersome to me. I typically paint with a one inch flat brush (soft, not bristle), often I’ll use that one brush for the whole painting, other times I’ll use a 1/4 inch flat if I need something a little smaller, but never anything smaller than that.

  8. Robin says:

    I am starting your Acrylics class next Thursday at Somerset Art. Do you recommend working from a reference photo or from the still life you set up? I am a beginner (have completed one painting under the mentoring of an artist friend). I want to get comfortable with acrylics and eventually use them for children’s book illustrations.

  9. kullaf says:

    Hi Robin, glad to hear you will be joining the class! While I always encourage students to work from life whenever possible (it really sharpens your observation skills), I don’t have a problem with anyone working from their own photos in class if that is what they prefer. How about if you bring a photo that you would like to work on with you, but take a look at the set up and see if it interests you. That way you’ll have a back up in case you decide you don’t want to do the still life. Looking forward to meeting you!

    best, Anne

  10. Lily says:

    Such professional slides you have,Anne.It is an interesting way to learn about basics of art from you. Looking for more!

  11. kullaf says:

    thank you Lily

  12. Mary Gregg says:

    I just discovered your site through the Salmagundi. It is beautiful and has so much information. I knew you were a fine artist and teacher, but not a peep from you about your many accomplishments. Looking to the next class.

  13. kullaf says:

    thank you Mary! it’s a pleasure working with you, I look forward to our next class as well!

  14. Hi Thanks for the sideshow.
    It’s simple to understand.
    Thanks & Regards

  15. # Caroline Swanson Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    April 20, 2010 at 3:56 pm

    I first discovered you through the Salmagundi Club emails. I am a full member of the CLWAC but living in Augusta, GA do not have the opportunity to take advantage of your workshops or presentations. I am very impressed with your talents as an artist and a teacher. Also your willingness to share your class teachings via slide downloads is extremely generous. Unheard of. Thank you so much.

  16. kullaf says:

    Thank you so much Caroline!

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