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LET’S FACE IT 2019 IS HERE! WHOOOOOT!

LFI Registration Opens Oct 8

Hello Wonderful Creatives!!!!

 

I am thrilled to announce that LET'S FACE IT is back for our fourth year!!  It has been quite a journey!  In the last three years, we have created an amazing course for you all with portraiture and figurative art as the main focus for all of our lessons!  Last year was full of inspiration as we studied many art movements and the masters from those movements!  Each year I work very hard to bring you something new and exciting!  I do not think you will be disappointed with LET'S FACE IT 2019!!  For LET’S FACE IT 2019, I have a whole new group of awesome, fabulous, magnificent, creative guides that are excited to share their own style and expertise with you as you continue on this journey of portrait and figurative art!!  Together, we will continue to share MORE of our personal creative stories so that we can give you the inspiration and guidance needed to carry on in your own creative journey!

 

WHAT IS LET'S FACE IT 2019?

  • An academic course that is devoted to studying portraits and figures
  • 24+ creative guides sharing their knowledge and expertise on portraiture and figurative art
  • Geared toward all levels - beginning, intermediate and advance artists
  • Focus is on all ages and men, women and children
  • Academic areas of study include but not limited to:
    • Understanding proportions
    • Various portrait angles and poses
    • Composition
    • Color theory and value
    • loosening up in both your dry and wet mediums
    • so much more!!

 

Portrait and figurative artwork can be quite daunting, but I have carefully selected artists to share what they know with each of you!  Let’s Face It started in 2016, and since then over 3500 people have joined LFI 2016, 2017, and 2018!  Together, instructors and students, have created a community of encouraging artists that want to work together to overcome the fears that come with creating portrait and figurative art, and support one another along the way!

The first 100 registrants for Let's Face It 2019 will be entered into a drawing to win lots of cool stuff!!!  Learn more about this in the very near future!  To be notified first when LET'S FACE IT 2019 goes on sale, sign up for the LFI2019 WAIT LIST!  This list is different from my newsletter!

 

REGISTRATION OPENS OCTOBER 8TH!

SO WHO IS YOUR THE CREATIVE TEAM FOR LET'S FACE IT 2019!?

I am so excited to share with you this amazing, out-of-this-world, fabulous, team!!!

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and your hostes with the mostest, Me!

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Learn more about each artist as an individual, view their artworks, and find out where to find them on social media below!

MEMBERSHIP GIVE-AWAY WINNERS

And the lucky winners of KARA's give-away are....

 

CATHY MURRANT

NIKKI BLAKESLEY

RANDI KUHNE

DEBBIE LUSCOMBE

GINGER WILSON

CATHERINE VALENTI

PATRICIA ESPARZA

JULIE MOSES

LESLEY HOWELLS

SANDY HENDERSON

 

If your name is on this list, email me at karabullockart@gmail.com

 

INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING BY FOLLOWING ALONG WITH THE BLOG HOP!

GIVE AWAY DATE

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GUEST TEACHER

KARA BULLOCK

MARINA TEDING VAN BERKHOUT

SABRA AWLAD ISSA

ANGELA KENNEDY

CATHRINE EDLINGER-KUNZE

MYSTELE

LUCY COOKE

KARSTEN COTY-SCHOLL

KELLYE FOWLKES

JOAN MARTIN

IVY NEWPORT

JENNIFER BONNETEAU

CE DUFF

ROBERT KELLEY

JUNA BIAGIONI

LEE ANNE WASHBURN

KATE THOMPSON

ED BOLDERO

DANIELLE MACK

LEO-VINH BEAUVOIS

KAT FEDORA

SUZANNE MUNROE

MURIEL STEGERS

MELINDA COOTSONA

BARBARA HACK

The first 100 registrants for Let's Face It 2019 will be entered into a drawing to win lots of cool stuff!!!  Learn more about this in the very near future!  To be notified first when LET'S FACE IT 2019 goes on sale, sign up for the LFI2019 WAIT LIST!  This list is different from my newsletter!

 

REGISTRATION OPENS OCTOBER 8TH!

114 Comments

  1. qltmaster on September 4, 2018 at 3:24 AM

    This years(2018) LFI was my first year. I LOVED the format. I leaned about so many different artists I had never even heard of before. I love Alice Neel and Egon Schiele. I have fallen for the distorted expressionists.
    Looking forward to the new format and having a concentrated time with new mediums.

  2. Wanda Abbing on September 4, 2018 at 3:34 AM

    It’s hard to choose which artist inspire me. Of course Kara herself, Juna Biagioni does, Ivy Newport does, Lucy Cooke does, Robert Kelley does, Jennifer Bonneteau does, Joan Martin does… And also I see some names I am not familiar with. I think most of them inspire me! Love to watch the videos and other people’s interpretations too. That also inspires me. <3

  3. Theresa M on September 4, 2018 at 3:42 AM

    I’m super excited by this amazing line-up of artists! I’d love to learn from Barbara Hack and Ce Duff – their work is brilliant. And I also welcome the opportunity to learn from Ivy Newport. i receive your newsletter and I shared the post via tweet.

  4. Kristen on September 4, 2018 at 3:43 AM

    I have been very inspired by Juna’s style of creating and have enjoyed her lessons and classes. She was the reason I joined LFI 2018 where I found many more wonderful artists to inspire me. I am looking forward to 2019. Thank for the give away! I am already a newsletter member and am sharing on my FB page.

  5. Isabelle Lafrance on September 4, 2018 at 3:43 AM

    What an amazing lineup! And super opportunity too! I’m really inspired by Kara and Ivy’s work of course, and by Céline Ranger’s portrait work 🙂

  6. Vicky Beths on September 4, 2018 at 4:00 AM

    The line up is amazing and its great to be part of each years passing styles. I would love to learn off CATHRINE EDLINGER-KUNZE and BARBARA HACK and ROBERT KELLEY as i like strong statement work ATM. I receive your newsletter and have shared via FB.

  7. bancher on September 4, 2018 at 4:19 AM

    I’m so excited to join for my 3rd year, kara! thank you for all the hard work you put into the course! I’m excited to see Jennifer Bonneteau here again, as she is one favorite of mine. I love the colors she uses. Mystele is always fun, and I’m pretty excited about working with Ce Duff! you have a lot of talent working alongside yours, as always!

  8. Helen Cook on September 4, 2018 at 4:22 AM

    Wow what an amazing line-up! I adore Juna Biagioni! “Painting in the Soul” was the very first online class I took a year ago and learned so much. Taking a look at the list of teachers my immediate favourites would be Melinda Cootsona and Ce Duff, Robert Kelly might stretch me beyond my capabilities – but who knows!! I would be really excited to learn from all of them!!

  9. Aino on September 4, 2018 at 4:32 AM

    This sounds like a fabulous lineup! I am happy to see Melinda Cootsona as part of the teachers as she is fantastic, but I also like figurative artists like Jylian Gustlin and Holly Irwin and Pauline Agnew.
    I tweeted the post (https://twitter.com/ainoshp/status/1036938035907239938?s=19) and I already am a subscriber.
    I think it’d be awesome to win a place!

  10. MischalaJ on September 4, 2018 at 4:38 AM

    I am super excited too – what a WNODERFULLY energising and alive-feeling course with such inspirational teachers. I have been learning from Tamara LaPorte of Willowing fame, and I am also inspired by the great masters and new masters too. Rembrandt. Manet. Ruben. Chagall, SARK, Leonie Dawson, Max Ginsberg, and my own brother, Trevor Jacobs, delight and inspire me too. A sublime and eclectic mix of past, present and future artists all in one great creative ocean of lights and darks, divines and delights!

  11. lynnknoone on September 4, 2018 at 4:44 AM

    I can hardly wait!! I am very new, having just retired, and finally following my dream! I loved LFI2018, but it really looks like LFI2019 if meant just for me!! I’ve been a subscriber to your newsletter and Blog Post for quite some time, so I cannot follow your first requirement of your instruction set, but I’m sharing the post via Facebook. I am so excited! I love the work, and am familiar with most of your new line-up! Weeeeeee!

  12. Linda Habros on September 4, 2018 at 5:03 AM

    This looks like a fabulous array of artists! I have so many that I love…Robert Kelley, Ivy Newport, Ce Duff, Jen Bonneteau, and of course you, Kara!! Oh and Juna and Lee Ann…I could go in because I love them all! Lol. Would love to win a spot! Thanks for your generosity! I’m on the notification list and will be signing up regardless!

  13. Lisa Oden on September 4, 2018 at 5:12 AM

    Sounds like another amazing year! I have been learning so much in 2018 and love the approach you are taking to 2019. I love the pixelated approach and so am fascinated by watching Kara work. I have several others that I have learned lots from – Ivy Newport, Angela Kennedy, Mystele, Muriel Stegers…the list could go on quite awhile really. I am subscribed to the newsletter and shared on my facebook page. Thank you!

  14. Denise on September 4, 2018 at 5:34 AM

    Sounds interesting and inspiring! In my mind every artist is inspiring- each one in her/his own way!

  15. Cheryl L Fowler on September 4, 2018 at 5:35 AM

    OMG! This line-up is so awesome Kara!!! Super excited!!! Do I have a favorite artist here? Actually there are too many favorites! If I was to pick one I would pick Robert Kelly but then I would leave so many others out like Barbara Hack, Sabra Awlad Issa, Ed Boldero, Jennifer Bonneteau, Kelly Fowlkes,and Suzanne Munroe. Geeeez, this is a hard call but I am sooooo excited for October!!! I already receive your newsleter and I shared the post via FB. Thank you for such a super dooper opportunity.

  16. Debbie on September 4, 2018 at 5:40 AM

    Wow, what a great selection of instructors! Your portraits have always inspired me very much Kara. Looking forward to 2019.

  17. Lisa Oden on September 4, 2018 at 5:46 AM

    I love the pixelated approach, so really enjoy Kara as an instructor. There are lots of others too: Angela Kennedy, Ivy Newport, Mystele, Muriel Stegers…and others too that I have learned so much from! I am already subscribed to the newsletter and have posted on my Facebook page. The 2019 approach looks really awesome!

  18. Cheryl L Fowler on September 4, 2018 at 5:51 AM

    OMG! This is an awesome line -up Kara! Who would I love to learn from? Robert Kelly is the first that comes to mind but after looking at the lineup there are so many others that are tugging at my heart like Barbara Hack, Sabra Awlad Issa, Ed Boldero, Ce Duff, Jennifer Bonneteau, Kelly Fowlkes and Suzanne Munroe. I am so darn excited for January to get here. Living here in the midwest with our cold and snowy winters, I bet you don’t hear that said from many but it is a good time to hibernate inside with art classes. I already receive your newsletter and I shared via FB. Thank you for a chance to win this awesome opportunity!

  19. Gaylene on September 4, 2018 at 5:57 AM

    Wow this is the first time that I will be joining Lets Face It! I love painting with Ivy Newport but look forward to learning from the other teachers also!! Thank you for this wonderful opportunity !! I already receive your news letter and will share on my facebook page!!

  20. kathy reed on September 4, 2018 at 6:17 AM

    What a great lineup for 2019! Already receive your newsletter and shared this post. Inspired by all of the artists in your lineup, both those known to me and those unknown as of right now. Especially inspired by “incomplete” faces….whether that means subtraction of areas or addition of marks.

  21. Sandy in Ohio on September 4, 2018 at 6:23 AM

    Thank you for this giveaway! I am so excited for 2019! I truly love drawing portraits and have learned so much from the artists as well as other students. Ivy Newport and Juna Biagioni have made me feel that drawing well is within my reach!

  22. Debbie Rooney on September 4, 2018 at 6:27 AM

    Let’s Face It 2019 looks to be a fantastic continuation of my art journey of learning, along with all of the wonderful, kind, supportive women and men I have interacted with and become friends with. I am very intrigued with the 2019 format and artists and am hungry to absorb it all!!

  23. Silkina Jackson on September 4, 2018 at 6:32 AM

    What a great lineup of instructors. Im most interested in learning from Danielle Mack & Mystelle. As a woman of color I’ve found it difficult to find ecourses/workshops that teach from this perspective as far as skin tones, facial features & hair texture/style. Not thhat I havent thoroughly enjoyed what Ive learned from amazing artists its just a perspective Id love to see more of. Im also very interested in the male instructors as well, again a perspective Ive not seen much of outside of tim holtz & andy skinner so Im really looking forward to learning from them. Being on disability income does not allow me to take all the courses Id love to so winning a scholarship to this one would be absolutely Amazing.

  24. Debbie Rooney on September 4, 2018 at 6:41 AM

    Let’s Face It 2019 looks to be a fantastic continuation of my art journey of learning, along with all of the wonderful, kind, supportive women and men I have interacted with and become friends with. Sandra Biermann and Daniel Gerhartz are two of my very favorite artists. SANDRA for her emotive, soft pieces and DANIEL for the beauty and tenderness in his realism. I am very intrigued with the 2019 format and artists and am hungry to absorb it all!!

  25. April on September 4, 2018 at 6:45 AM

    Soooo excited!! What a great variety of styles! I can tell that I’ll definitely need to step outside of my comfort zone and try a lot of new things with these lessons but I’m eager to learn so it’s going to be fantastic!

  26. Marie-Andrée Farley on September 4, 2018 at 6:45 AM

    Such an amazing line-up of teachers! I would love to learn various portrait angles. It’s hard to choose wich artist I find most inspiring, they are all so talented! Now that being said, Jennifer Bonneteau with her expressive and colorful portraits is really inspiring me.

  27. Debra Rooney on September 4, 2018 at 6:49 AM

    I am very intrigued with the LET’S FACE IT 2019 line up of artists and the framework of the course. I’ve so enjoyed 2018 and all that I’ve learned and all the warm and wonderful fellow artists that I’ve befriended and also learned from. Two of my favorite artist who inspire me are Sandra Biermann for her soft tender paintings, so emotive. Also. Daniel Gerhartz, whose beautiful portraits amaze me. Looking forward to this journey.

  28. Deborah Hulsey-Breining on September 4, 2018 at 6:51 AM

    Sounds like a wonderful lineup for 2019. Love Murial Steigers and Ivy Newport and of course you Kara. Thanks for all of your hard work putting this together.

  29. Cathy Murrant on September 4, 2018 at 6:59 AM

    Hi Kara – wow LFI 2019 looks amazing. So many new artists to learn from. Of course I always love learning from both you and Ivy. Am also excited to see Angela Kennedy and Jennifer Bonneteau on the list. Love the course you have created. I receive your newsletter and shared this on FB. Hugs!

  30. Gina B. on September 4, 2018 at 7:15 AM

    I have participated each and every year and have loved every minute of it. Not sucking up at all, as I have said before, I love your lessons and your art work Kara. I always learn a lot and I am pushed further than before and I am always super pleased with my own work created from your lessons, each and every year. I am so happy the make teacher is returning as well next year!

  31. Ildikó Karsay on September 4, 2018 at 7:22 AM

    Dear Kara,
    I love Ce Duff Blue hat girl painting, and my fav are Ivy and Juna.
    I would love to see all of your fantastic teacher’s lessons.
    It is great that you find male teachers as well it makes your workshop more unique!
    Thank you for the possibility to win a spot, you are so generous!
    love and hug
    Ildy
    Shared in instagram (artbyildy)
    on my personal blog https://artbyildy.blogspot.com/

  32. Wendy Robards on September 4, 2018 at 7:34 AM

    I have loved all the teachers on LFI2018…I adored Juan Biagioni’s pastel portrait class and have always loved Ivy Newport’s art. I also feel very inspired by YOU!

  33. Jeanne Elliott on September 4, 2018 at 7:46 AM

    Good Morning, Kara! WOW– this looks great! I am looking forward to next year already!! I can not tell you how much I have enjoyed the LFI journey and I know my work has improved GREATLY as a result also!!! I love the work of a great many artists and I am excited to see that Lee Anne Washburn is teaching. I have enjoyed being in classes with her and I think it is wonderful to see wonderful artists like her transition to being the teachers along with those with more experience like Ivy and Juna and Angela!!! All of next years group looks so exciting. Thanks for the chance to win! I will share on FB and I get your newsletter.

  34. Sandy Henderson on September 4, 2018 at 7:47 AM

    Next year’s line up is SO INSPIRING! I’ve not been able to participate this year because of health reasons, but have still checked in on the classes I am thrilled to see some of my Instagram friends and idols participating as teachers in 2019, such as Ce Duff and Lucy Cooke!!! I’m loving the theme you’ve chosen, too. I own many mediums and can’t wait to utilize them. Kara, you are awesome! Thank you for the great care you give to your students. You bet I will be sharing this link for a chance to win a spot next year, too! I’m already on your mailing list.

  35. Margaret Kennedy on September 4, 2018 at 7:47 AM

    I am inspired by Kara, Ivy Newport, Kate Thompson and many others, and looking forward to learning from all the artists in the 2019 lineup.

  36. Karen Kay on September 4, 2018 at 7:50 AM

    Hello, Kara! Shared your post on my Facebook art page, which also gets shared on my personal page. What a marvelous line up of artists for 2019! So many have influenced me, currently Matisse, Juan Gris, and Fernand Léger.
    Thank you, and best of luck to everyone!

  37. Elizabeth Corson on September 4, 2018 at 8:09 AM

    I can’t choose just one teacher! What I’ve learned over the past 2 years of Let’s Face It is that the teachers that I’ve never heard of surprise me the most :). Kara, only has quality teachers so I’m excited for all that I will continue to learn in this amazing course!

  38. CHERYL JOHNSON on September 4, 2018 at 8:14 AM

    Juna Biagioni is top of my list. Her portraits resonate so deeply. She’s an excellent teacher as well and creates an atmosphere where a beginner, like me, feels like she belongs in front of the easel.

    • CHERYL JOHNSON on September 6, 2018 at 4:48 AM

      I am now a subscriber to your newsletter and shared your course on my FB. Looking forward to exploring the face and its teachings.

  39. Rosalind Green on September 4, 2018 at 8:19 AM

    2019 LFI lineup is amazing! Shared on FB🤗!!

  40. Nikki Blakesley on September 4, 2018 at 8:58 AM

    I’m definitely inspired by Emma Pettit, Toni Burt, and Sharon Harkness-Dobler. I would love to learn more about how to draw faces and the human figure. Thanks for this opportunity!

  41. Rossana on September 4, 2018 at 9:03 AM

    As an old participant in LFI, I’m in till the start, I’m very curious to meet the new entry artists. For the artists that I just know I have to say that they are all amazing and inspiring and I learned a lot from eachone.

  42. Tanja Sandmann on September 4, 2018 at 9:24 AM

    Hi Kara, first, thanks that you did it again! Another LFI! And thanks for the chance to win a spot! And my favorite inspiring artist – wow, so many. You. Robert Kelly. And a few next-year-not-included ones like Lauren Rudolph, Emma Petit and Tina Berendson. But I don’t know many of the new teachers, there most certainly will be new inspiring ones :). Yay, can’t wait!

  43. Beth Nowlin on September 4, 2018 at 9:29 AM

    What a wonderful opportunity! I don’t know if I can narrow down who inspires me but I can mention that I have had the privilege of learning so much from Ivy, Juna, Kate and of course Kara. I would love the opportunity to learn from CATHRINE EDLINGER-KUNZE and BARBARA HACK, MURIEL STEGERS, ROBERT KELLEY and CE DUFF as I have been exploring some abstract techniques and painting negative space lately.

  44. Angie on September 4, 2018 at 9:31 AM

    I am inspired by lots of artist but two that I am excited to see on the line up this year are LEO-VINH BEAUVOIS and LEE ANNE WASHBURN!!!! This is a great lineup! Thank you Kara for putting this together. I can hardly wait.

  45. Zoe on September 4, 2018 at 9:36 AM

    I am not familiar with all the artists teaching for 2019. But I find Mystele’s work particularly inspiring, especially the way she teaches us to “find the face” within the random background.

  46. seekingmeme on September 4, 2018 at 9:42 AM

    This course looks amazing! I’m starting Ce Duff’s Vintage Heart class tomorrow, but really want to dig deeper into portraiture. I have been a fan of both your work and Kate Thompson’s since my first experience with Life Book back in 2014. I’m also a fan of Chuck Close, Lucian Freud, and Jenny Saville. I am already on your mailing list and will be sharing this in the hopes of winning a spot in the class.

  47. Sally Van Nuys on September 4, 2018 at 9:49 AM

    I am most excited to see what Ivy Newport and Lucy Cooke are going to share here.

  48. Annette on September 4, 2018 at 10:05 AM

    Hi girll, to many to name of wonderful teachers. I may not have gotten to their lessons yet but love the. My favorite—–is Kara and her style and the way you teach. I am so looking forward to my –can you believe- third year. Fixin to go share on my FB page. It is so exciting with figures and I know we will are grow by leaps and bounds. the class with Robert Kelley was outstanding also, well all are great and just makes us push ourselves. thank you again for having this for us. oxoxxoxo

  49. Susanne Rector on September 4, 2018 at 10:58 AM

    Who inspires me for 2019? Kara herself, Juna Biagioni, Ivy Newport, Robert Kelley, Jennifer Bonneteau and I can’t wait to meet the rest of the line-up, who I have not encountered before!

  50. LindaRichards on September 4, 2018 at 11:01 AM

    2 of my favorite artists that I acquire inspiration from are Ivy Newport & Van Gogh. I love to listen to Ivy’s voice as I try to doodle/draw & the colors that she uses makes me want to try to experiment with as well. Van Gogh’s use of yellows inspires me to want to try to create more with many yellows as well.

  51. Marianne Wesseling on September 4, 2018 at 11:05 AM

    Hello Kara, I just found out about the “Let’s face it” class and this looks so great and inspiring. I’ve been drawing and painting for a long time, but only the last years I’ve done some portraits and I am so eager to learn more. I know it will take a lot of practice and I’m am ready for it….I would love to join in and winning a membership would be so awesome. I have seen some work of Robert Kelley, Barbara Hack and Ivy Newport and I love it. But they all look very promising to me. I shared the post and subscribed to the newsletter. Thanks Kara for this opportunity.

  52. Marianne Wesseling on September 4, 2018 at 12:39 PM

    Hello Kara, I just found out about the “let’s face it” classes and I think that is just what I need to improve my drawing skills. I’ve been drawing and painting a long time and only the last years I started making portraits and I am eager to learn more. I know it will take a lot of practice, but I’m ready for that…I’ve seen the line up of guides and I am sure that they will inspire me to make art. Love your work and saw some great art of Robert Kelley, Muriel Stegers and Ivy Newport too, the rest is all new to me, like following online classes in English. I shared the link and subscribed to your newsletter and I wanna thank you for this opportunity of winning the free membership for Let’s face it 2019.

  53. ashsvisagepublic on September 4, 2018 at 12:56 PM

    I have really enjoyed LFI2018 and learning about the art movements and artists within those movements. The 2019 line-up has some artists I’m familiar with and others I’m not, which I always find exciting. Thank you for the opportunity to win a spot.

  54. Lesley Howells on September 4, 2018 at 1:20 PM

    I love everything Ivy Newport does! Totally inspiring. So many artists that I have learnt from but am loving the variety of Ivy’s work. Find myself becoming possibly more specific in my likes and interests with artists and sometimes that is good too! thank you for the chance to win a spot

  55. Randi Kuhne on September 4, 2018 at 1:29 PM

    I mostly don’t use references, I just let things develop from my imagination. That said, I’m currently taking Lucy Cooke’s Quirky characters class, and she is definitely an influence and an inspiration!

  56. Rebecca85 on September 4, 2018 at 1:39 PM

    Shared on my twitter @Rebeccafurf 🙂
    I am inspired by so many artists as all of the lets face it teachers are amazing talented people. Recently I have been blown away by Robert Kelley’s charcoal work. I NEED to take his class soon. The incredible details and then his textured effects are just like no other artist work I have seen before in charcoal AMAZING!.

  57. Gayle on September 4, 2018 at 1:39 PM

    I am so excited for 2019 line up! I have struggled with adjusting my schedule to work on 2018 Let’s Face but so thankful that we have life time access. I am inspired by Angela Kennedy and Ivy Newport works. Thanks for these great classes Kara and thanks for the opportunity to win a spot.

  58. Ronda Conley on September 4, 2018 at 2:04 PM

    I have loved all of the artists in Let’s Face It since 2016! I have learned from each and every one of them. I have a special place in my heart for Mystele, she is one of my first on line teachers! Love this class and look forward to 2019. Thanks so much Kara for all your hard work putting these classes tighter! Peace Ronda

  59. stefali on September 4, 2018 at 2:05 PM

    Wow 🙂 seem loads of fun and great lineup! My favorite artist at the moment is a french artist ‘stephanie Ledoux’ I love her style!

  60. kathleen codyrachel on September 4, 2018 at 2:37 PM

    I have been intrigued by this class for a couple of years. Love the idea of winning this classs – but since I won’t depend on my (bad) luck, I have also signed up for early notification!😄 And the artists – Ivy Newport, Kara Bullock, Juna Biagioni (love her work and the idea of her feedback!), Melinda Cootsona, Karsten Coty-Scholl, Robert Kelly among others.
    This looks to be an Amazing class

  61. Vivian Rad on September 4, 2018 at 2:52 PM

    I’ve complete 3 years of Let’s face it. I could hardly draw a triangle nose when I started. I love every instructor and every lesson. Grateful for it all. . Each had a tip, a method, a tool or a perspective that added to your own skills, styles and creative style. I hope I win – I would use my savings of tuition for supplies. Sharing on my fb page, Twitter and Instagram. Thanks Kara. The lineup looks awesome (singing “awesome” like Oprah❤️) Viv

  62. Christine Royal on September 4, 2018 at 3:21 PM

    Hi Kara- Thank you for the opportunity to win a class membership. Have been inspired by both you and Juna from the AJSS classes. So many of these artists you have gathered look fantastic. Would love to join you next year to learn so much more!!

  63. Iris Ztarr on September 4, 2018 at 4:37 PM

    I’m inspired by Annie Hamman, Shiloh Sophia McCloud, Misty Mawn, Kara Bullock (of course! Not only for your portraits but also for putting together these amazing courses), Picasso, Modigliani, Juna Biagioni, Henri Matisse, Renoir and many, many other artists. Always look forward to learning and being inspired by new teachers.

  64. Suzanne Bombard on September 4, 2018 at 4:53 PM

    I love the Impressionist artists my favorite being Mary Cassatt. All artists are an inspiration no matter their style as we can learn something new each and every day. But, in the line up of artists for LFI 2019, when I grow up I want to be Barbara Hack!

  65. Laura Host on September 4, 2018 at 5:36 PM

    What a great lineup! 2018 was my first year, and I’ve fallen way behind – but in spite of that, I still have learned so much! Thank goodness for lifetime access! I am looking forward to working through the rest of the 2018 lessons and am excited to learn more in 2019. I’m inspired by the charcoal portraits by Kara and by Robert Kelley (his class is on my wishlist). I am also very inspired by Matisse, TC Cannon, Frank Stella, Irma Stern, and Jane Davies.

  66. Penny Gunderson on September 4, 2018 at 5:49 PM

    I’ve been loving Let’s Face It 2018 and 2019 looks even better! I’ve learned so much from all the different artist/instructors and I’m loving trying all the different mediums. Thanks Kara for all you do to make figurative and portrait work accessible.

  67. Leanne on September 4, 2018 at 5:53 PM

    Tamara de Lempicka is an artist that inspires me when it comes to Faces and Portraits – I love her paintings power and strength.

  68. iris1 on September 4, 2018 at 5:55 PM

    2018 is my first year with the Lets Face It group and I am enjoying all the artists who we are meeting.. I have really enjoyed studying the different artists and learning about new styles all the time. My favourite so far have been Emma Petitt and Robert Kelly. Looking forward to the 2019 lineup. Thanks for a great course…..

  69. Anita Tovey on September 4, 2018 at 6:00 PM

    Lauren, Robert and Juna inspire me but there are so many new names coming that look awesome!

  70. Shirley Gordon on September 4, 2018 at 6:15 PM

    This will be my fourth year of LFI, and am so grateful for the the incredible artists that have shared their talents and helped guide me in developing my own art. Although some of the artists that have influenced me most (Annie Hamman, Emma Pettit, Paula Agnew, Lauren Randolph, Lora Murphy, Carol Macconnell, Jean Marie Smith,and Tina Berendsohn, to name a few) are not returning this year, the 2019 lineup is so wonderful, featuring the amazing Juna Biagioni and repeat instructor Jennifer Bonneteau! I’m also excited to see the introduction of a variety of new instructors whose work I’ve admired (Barabara Hack, Sabra Awlad Issa, Kate Thompson, and Ce Duff). Looking forward to being introduced to several new artists with whom I am unfamiliar. Kara never disappoints, and it’s going to be another terrific year!

  71. Amanda Baker on September 4, 2018 at 7:10 PM

    Juna and Ivy inspire me! I see some names that are new to me so I look forward to exploring new techniques and expanding my style.

  72. Kristine on September 4, 2018 at 8:12 PM

    Looking forward to the wonderful and inspirational lineup of artists in LFI2019! I am inspired by the old Masters and contemporary artists as well. Still at the beginning of my art journey, but always love the process and the opportunity to try new things. Thanks for this opportunity, Kara! Shared on facebook – already on your list!

  73. Kathy Ann on September 4, 2018 at 8:53 PM

    I have enjoyed LFI from the first year in 2016! This past year has been a bit crazy for me and I haven’t actually participated much, but now that my life is calming down, I love that the 2018 classes are always accessible and waiting for me! So looking forward to the focus on mediums this year. So many wonderful the artists – Ivy Newport, Kara Bullock, Juna Biagioni and WOW! Robert Kelly…thank you for sharing his talent & style with us!
    Sharing right now!
    Thank you for all the hard work you put into this awesome series, Kara!

  74. Anna on September 4, 2018 at 11:13 PM

    Kara, thank you for this great offer. I love your work, your portraits. Kathryn Fedora’s brave paintings inspire me to step out of my comfort zone. (My all time favorite is van Gogh.) I would love to learn from artists I don’t know yet. Shared on FB.

  75. Anna on September 4, 2018 at 11:17 PM

    Kara, thank you for this great offer. I love your work, your portraits. Kathryn Fedora’s brave paintings inspires me to step out of my comfort zone. (My all time favourite is van Gogh.) I would love to learn from artists I don’t know yet.

  76. Anna on September 4, 2018 at 11:22 PM

    Kara, thank you for this great offer. I love your work, your portraits. Kathryn Fedora’s brave paintings inspires me to step out of my comfort zone. (My all time favourite is van Gogh.) I would love to learn from artists I don’t know yet.
    I tried to send my comment twice. Please, delete them if you received them already.

    • Anna on September 10, 2018 at 10:54 AM

      I left 3 comments by accident. Please, delete 2 of them.

  77. Vanessa Crossley on September 5, 2018 at 7:10 AM

    Franz Marc is my first ever inspiration…
    Having left art behind a good 25 years ago I’m only just starting to get the time to sketch and am feeling the real pull back – will die inside if I don’t create. Joan Martin is my absolute inspiration lately. Her way of working is just so free and different from what we learnt in the 80’s.

  78. Bianca on September 5, 2018 at 8:06 AM

    I’ve realised that as an emerging artist I prefer painting portraits. I know that this course will help me develop this skill even more. I’m looking forward to learning from Kara herself as well as Mystele. I love Mystele’s messy painting where a figure emerges.

  79. Tamara Garner on September 5, 2018 at 9:33 AM

    I’d have to say that Robert Kelley’s class on Let’s Face it was a turning point for me in my portraiture work. I had a crazy year and didn’t get to do most of the class, but Roberts work spoke to me. Next year looks fabulous and can’t wait to see what my new friend Ed has in store digitally!

  80. selkiepaints on September 5, 2018 at 10:18 AM

    This was my first year discovering LFI, and it has been amazing! After floundering around in my art for years, I’m feeling focused and seeing real improvements in my work. Robert Kelley had such a dramatic effect on all my artwork, in terms of thinking in shapes and values rather than lines; and since I’ve secretly wanted to draw with charcoal for a long time (but had no idea where to start!) his class probably affected me most. I’m looking forward to lessons from the artists I’ve already been introduced to, as well as the new ones!

  81. Carokb on September 5, 2018 at 10:48 AM

    My inspiration is Tamara Laporte. She is the one that learned me how to draw a face. And that way I realized I could draw, but just needed the right and positive teacher! Would love to win a spot! Shared on FB (Carokb)

  82. Catherine Valenti on September 5, 2018 at 11:02 AM

    I love all Portrait Artist and Watercolor and Charcoal Artist. I subscribed to your newsletter and will share this post if I figure out how to do it! Lol. I’m am not tech savey. Thank you for the opportunity to win. PICK ME! PICK ME!! Pick me!!😁😁😁

  83. Jody on September 5, 2018 at 11:05 AM

    Lucy Cooke’s first class is the one that has truly inspired me to jump out of my comfort zone and jump into Quirky Character drawing! I had reservations about taking the class but I am so glad that I did, the other students have shown me also that “we can all have fun” with art!!

  84. Andreina Bates on September 5, 2018 at 11:16 AM

    Ohhh so thrilled about the line up!!!! I have a full time job so attending classes in person is nearly impossible! This is why I love love love your network.
    Pick meeeee pretty please! 😉

  85. Corie Gochicoa on September 5, 2018 at 11:25 AM

    Shared on Facebook. This year I have been especially inspired by Chagall and Klimt.

  86. Kendra on September 5, 2018 at 11:44 AM

    Yea! Looking forward to 2019! I haven’t been doing much portrait work yet would like to do some in-depth study in that area in 2019. Who am I inspired by, well Kara, Ivy Newport, Juna and now that I’ve been introduced to Robert Kelly I’d love to learn from him.

  87. Ntina Konstantina on September 5, 2018 at 11:57 AM

    I love Juna’s and Ivy’s artwork! They are both my favorites and i can’t get enough of them! I also love Kara’s charcoal classes, she is amazing! Thank you for the give away Kara! Good luck to all!! <3

  88. Melissa Burford on September 5, 2018 at 1:35 PM

    The 2019 LFI lineup is amazing! I really can’t pick just one. I’m already subscribed to your newsletter and I shared on FB. Thanks for the opportunity to win and for putting together these annual classes. 2018 was my first year and it has been inspiring.

  89. Kimberly on September 5, 2018 at 1:56 PM

    Modigliani and Botticelli

  90. LindieLee on September 5, 2018 at 2:09 PM

    sept 7 Angela Kennedy – blogspot dosen’t work

    • Kara Bullock on September 5, 2018 at 10:11 PM

      Hi Lindie! It will work on September 7th! Thank you!!

  91. Jeanne Kelly on September 5, 2018 at 2:54 PM

    This year looks fantastic! Woohoo! I recently purchased a print from Kate Thompson – love her work, but looking forward to creating my own style!

  92. Carissa Lenhoff on September 6, 2018 at 8:03 AM

    I have been drawn to watercolor for some time now and am extremely excited that Kat Fedora will be teaching for this! I adore her style and talent and cant wait. I am a beginner, so it will be exciting to learn different mediums from all these amazing artists!

  93. Penny on September 6, 2018 at 9:18 AM

    what an amazing line up. I am inspired by Annie Hamman and Ivy Newport ( I have been painting for 1 year this month). I cant wait to learn so much more from all the artists in Lets Face it.

  94. Adora on September 6, 2018 at 9:22 AM

    Hi I have been inspired by Annie Hamman and Ivy Newport (I have been painting for 1year this month) Lets Face it looks amazing with such a great line up. Crossing my fingers to win a giveaway

  95. Susan clement on September 7, 2018 at 6:25 AM

    There is so many to choose from but angela kennedy and ivy newport also juna and kara are some of my favourites which have inspired me xx

  96. Purple Tulip Art Studio on September 7, 2018 at 1:54 PM

    Every artist inspires me, no matter the medium, or the subject matter. When I look at another person’s art, I learn a lot, what I like, what I don’t like, possibly something I want to learn, but most of all I get a glimpse of what another artist sees which is usually quite different from what I see. They inspire me to look at everything differently and to consider how I can use that in my own artwork. ~Patti

  97. Barbara Carol K. on September 7, 2018 at 5:12 PM

    The course looks amazing!

  98. Barbara Carol K. on September 7, 2018 at 5:17 PM

    This class looks amazing. I could not single out a particular artist. They al leave something special.

  99. LeeAnn Gibson on September 10, 2018 at 9:16 AM

    As I look at the instructors, I’m like, “I love Kara’s work. And Ivy! And Melinda! Oh…and Juna! And Muriel…” Honestly, it’s an amazing line-up! So, I’ve shared to Facebook and Pinterest. Will get it on Google+ after I post this. Thank you for the chance to win a spot!

  100. jcw_8 on September 10, 2018 at 10:17 AM

    Kara for one, Robert Kelly, Jennifer Bonneteau, and too many to name. Very impressive list on the program!! First year to join this for me! Excited.
    Jo Willoughby

  101. Roshel on September 10, 2018 at 11:03 AM

    Might be too late but just saw the info for the giveaway. Love your classes, Kara! Shared on FB.

  102. Debbie Ransom on September 10, 2018 at 11:18 AM

    . I have seen so many amazing and beautiful artwork. I first discovered Kara Bullock , it was her art that sent me on my path of realizing that I needed to pursue my art, that I had hidden away all these years. I also love Annie Hamman’s dreamy style . It is hard to single just one artist or several out. I think to me every artist is inspiring . to see their passion and vision on a canvas , or any surface , well it’s a piece of their soul, and to see a piece of someone’s soul to me is inspiring. as looking at a work of art …anyone’s work of art takes you to places of beauty ,magic and feelings and makes you think about life around you. Art connects you , and to me an artist that can make you feel that connection is inspiring. All artists are inspiring.

  103. Nardja Segui on September 10, 2018 at 11:53 AM

    Signed up for newsletter, shared on my Facebook and I find very inspired by Your work and Mysteles work! Thank you for this opportunity! ❤️

  104. Jennifer on September 10, 2018 at 12:28 PM

    The class looks very interesting. I want to increase my portrait skills! I am inspired by Frida Kahlo, Picasso, Chagall, and currently Shiloh Sophia.

  105. Sharon HARDING on September 10, 2018 at 12:49 PM

    I am inspired by many artists, I purchased your Charcoal class and Robert Kelly’s – totally different styles but love them both. I am inspired by techniques then I find out who the artist is. Your 2019 class looks full of inspiration and styles.

  106. Sonya Badgley on September 10, 2018 at 1:06 PM

    Whoop!! Oh my gosh, I hope I win a spot in this awesome course!!! My favorite/s? Man, that is so difficult because all the artists have their own special gifts that they can teach me! Kara is for one, and Jennifer Bonneteau and Marina T. Van Berkhout… etc!! Thank you for the chance!

  107. Joann Johnson on September 10, 2018 at 2:18 PM

    Kara – you and Ivy really inspire me with your work! Thank you for creating this opportunity. I’m looking forward to an amazing fall full of creative work!!!

  108. Julie Manherz on September 10, 2018 at 6:03 PM

    I shared on fb,. I’m subscribed to your newsletter. This looks like an awesome course. It’s hard to pick an artist that I admire most. I’m really enjoying Ivy Newport and Marielle Stolp. Thanks for the wonderful opportunity.😊

  109. kelleyfewer on September 10, 2018 at 6:10 PM

    I want to come back- the line-up looks amazing!!! Thanks for the chance to win a seat!

  110. Julie Manherz on September 10, 2018 at 6:38 PM

    I shared on FB. I’m already subscribed to your newsletter. There are so many artists that inspire me. I guess if I had to choose it would be Ivy Newport. Thank you for this opportunity.😊

  111. LeeAnn Gibson on September 10, 2018 at 6:46 PM

    I love so many of the artists who are teaching this year! It’s an amazing lineup. I shared to Facebook, pinterest, and Google+. Thank you very much for the chance to win a spot!

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