Artists at the Tannery Row Artist Colony offer private art lessons to all ages.
Explore the artist pages of each artist that offer private lessons to take a closer look at the type of artwork each artist creates and additional information such as their biography, and inspiration behind their creative process.
ADRIENNE FORSHNER KINSEY
Acrylic | Mixed Media | Oil Pastel | Drawing | Art Instruction
Adrienne Forshner Kinsey graduated from the North Carolina School of the Arts, earned a BA in Studio Art from Florida State University and a BFA from the University of Georgia.
Adrienne's abstract works are filled with thick, bold acrylic paint, polymers, and found mixed materials that may be representational or completely non-objective. Geometric shape and pattern are recurring elements throughout her contemporary paintings. In her studio, Adrienne offers private lessons. Feel free to email her for more information.
JANET L. POOR
Acrylic | Oil | Jewelry | Art Instruction
Janet Poor was raised in San Francisco, and started her life long love of art by sketching the buildings and parks of her hometown. She immersed herself in learning new techniques and using different media to express her inner mind. Her true love in life is oils on canvas and she has created hundreds of paintings "just because." She loves painting flowers, landscapes and old barns and pet portraits in oils and acrylics. Janet gives private lessons and classes out of her studio at the Tannery Row Artist Colony. Contact Janet to find out more about the time and dates she offers classes.
GENA BRODIE ROBBINS
Oil | Acrylic | Mixed Media | Art Instruction
Gena Brodie Robbins is an exhibiting artist who focuses on abstract and semi-abstract figurative painting. She works mainly in oil and mixed media media materials, such as acrylic and acrylic polymers on canvas. is employed with the Forsyth County School System and has over 25 years art teaching experience. She has previously taught foundations courses at the Savannah College of Art and Design and gives private lessons out of her art studio at the Tannery Row Artist Colony. Please email Gena to schedule a lesson today.
Acrylic | Oil | Pottery | Art Instruction
Raised in the south, Jean Plumer's love of art has inspired her to explore many mediums. She has enjoyed photography, painting in watercolors and oils, and was a graphic designer for many years. She feels this diverse background enhances her current job as an art teacher for children. Jean enjoys introducing her students to these exciting, diverse artists as she teaches them the joy of art.
Jean’s latest work explores the theme of our relationship to nature, often using the image of deer as a vehicle for expression. These paintings are in acrylic combined with maps, and are often painted or collaged in the work.