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The John Kilroy Fine Art Academy

by johnkilroy , December 7, 2008—01:50 PM

Topics: academy, classes, fine art education, painting, teaching

The John Kilroy Fine Art Academy celebrates its first Anniversary. This November, the school hosted a Open House to celebrate it one year anniversary.

John has years of teaching experience and has developed a number of programs through the years at numerous art associations, North River Art Society, Braintree Art Association, Quincy Art Association. He had taught at The Cape Cod School of Art, Provincetown, MA for many years before the unfortunate demise of the school. John had built an extensive weekly program at the Fuller Craft Museum incorporating all aspects of the craft of art; design, drawing, painting and sculpture. The Fuller Craft Museum will no longer be hosting any weekly classes of any kind. John has opened his own school in Rockland, Massachusetts and continues to teach artists that wish to add a richer learning experience and superior content to their creative pursuits The class curriculum will continue to offer the interested learner an honest set of skills in a system which empowers while adding continuous growth potential for both the beginner as well as the serious professional artist. The John Kilroy Fine Art Academy offers the highest quality and most innovative educational services available at an extremely reasonable cost. Also, he continues to teach very successful national workshops at such distinguish venues as The Scottsdale Artists School, Scottsdale, Arizona and The Lyme Art Association, Lyme, Connecticut. Regional venues will also include Cape Cod Art Association, Barnstable, Massachusetts, Newport Art Museum, Newport, Rhode Island, The Creative Art Center, Chatham, Massachusetts and The Falmouth Artists Guild, Falmouth, Massachusetts. His works has appeared in American Artist Magazine.



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