About laura schofield

Creating art is something everyone can do. Some of us have dedicated our lives to the dream, while others are just beginning. Whether you are a seasoned artist or new to drawing, I would like to help you develop your skills and express your inner creativity! All ages young and old!

 CLASSES

(Check out my "Class Descriptions" tab and "Class Calendar" tab!)

Oil and Chalk Pastels
Colored Conte' Stick
Charcoal
Pen, Brush and Ink
Colored Pencil

WaterColor Pencil
Beginning Drawing
Color Theory
Funny Cartooning
Anime/Manga Cartooning
Comic Strips and Comic Books
Animation Theory
Stop Motion Animation
Portrait & Figure Drawing

Create Your Own Mandala Workshop

Beginning Acrylic Painting

TESTIMONIES:


You are such a great teacher!
Pen & Ink Student

I love your sense of humor and knowledge of art! You explain everything well.
Color Pencil Student

I appreciate how you give personalized attention to all the students!
Cartooning Student

You make this class so fun! Do you teach an aerobics class too? (Ahhh....no...)
Oil Pastel Student

You find the good in everyones drawings. As a beginner, that makes me feel better!
Charcoal Student


 


the best place to Bee! 

​Want to attend a class for free? 


Would you like to host an art class at your home, party, church, club or business? Gather 5 students or more and you get the class for free! I bring all the materials and fun!


I also host "Paint and Sip" parties and "Clean and Sober Paint and Sip" gatherings!


Laura's Bio


For the last 30 years, Laura has been an active artist and art educator in the Sacramento and East Bay area. Along with private and group tutoring, she currently offers art workshops in various locations and art demos at local Art Associations.


Laura has illustrated 3 books and has participated in several art shows. She has a history of volunteering her art services for many years at the Contra Costa Animal Services Department and other non-profit organizations.


I enjoy a more empathetic approach to teaching. I like to create an environment that address the emotional limitations that may hinder creativity. For instance, if a student has fear of participating in a project, I simply have them draw a line on their paper. There. They have now committed to the art piece!


It's about placing your emotions from your heart into your artwork, rather than over think it in your brain. Occasionally, I'll have a student cry in class because art allows us to express and release.


I believe if the viewer of my own art has an emotional reaction, whatever that emotion is, then I have done my job successfully as an artist.






Where can i attend 

a class?

(Click a link below!)


Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento

​(916) 808-7000

University Art, Sacramento

​(916) 443-5721

Benicia Parks & Recreation

​(707) 746-4285

University Art Redwood City

(650) 328-3500

Concord Parks & Recreation

​(925) 671-3404

Sacramento Public Library

(916) 264-2710

​Once UponA Canvas

(707) 326-9369

 

CONTACT ME DIRECTLY TO REGISTER FOR SACRAMENTO AND REDWOOD CITY UNIVERSITY ART CLASSES. 


TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL OTHER CLASSES YOU MUST CLICK ON A LINK ABOVE OR CALL THEM. I RECOMMEND YOU JOIN THEIR EMAIL LISTS.


DEMOS AT ART ASSOCIATIONS AND CLASSES AT THE SACRAMENTO PUBLIC LIBRARY ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC.


MOST LOCATIONS AND CLASSES WHERE I TEACH CHANGE QUARTERLY. CHECK THIS WEBSITE OFTEN.