Turn your photos, paintings and drawings into exciting works of art on your iPad!
Here’s what people are saying about how iPad Art SoCal has impacted their lives. And it’s all about having fun!
“I LOVE Susie’s iPad Art class! I’ve learned so much, and had so much fun learning it.
Susie is a very patient teacher, giving us time to practice newly learned techniques and skills. My favorite part was learning to change photos into artistic works. I’ve never attended such an engaging and fun class! This is what I was hoping retirement would be like!” Janet Stimson, Retired School Principal
“I enjoy being in the class with people who have the same desire to learn. At 88, I had never used an iPad, but bought my own iPad mini after only a few lessons. I do not have room to do my art at home.
With the iPad there is no mess making my paintings! Susie is a wonderful teacher, patient and meets the needs of each student. I look forward to each class.” Ruth Allen, Collage Artist & iPad Art Student
” I couldn’t be happier with the instructive and selfless nature of Susie as an iPad instructor and as a person in general. She has helped me open a part of my heart that has been dormant for a very long time.” Thank you Susie.”
Sandra LeMon, iPad Art Student
“I really enjoy Susie’s class and learn a lot..Enjoy Paper 53…fun to play with. I’ve learned Procreate, Fragment, Flowpaper and Kaleidacam. Sometimes I use all of them when making one painting. Never had an iPad before this class.”
Nora Huang, Collage Artist & iPad Art Student
In response to my announcement that yet another student has purchased their own iPad: “Thank you for sharing this. Wonderful reasons to celebrate. You have earned their trust, given them permission to be creatively vulnerable … And you thought you were just teaching iPad art and collaging…, WOW. As you celebrate your students, celebrate YOU too. Thank you Susie, for your continued perseverance and dedication. And optimism!”
Nancy Goodhart – VP, engAGE, sponsor for Susie’s grant with the Kenneth A. Picerne Foundation’s Artist Outreach Project