Yarnell School of Fine Art
Yarnell School of Fine Art
Yarnell School Guestbook
    Laura Meade, Sep-21-2016, Glen Allen, VA, United States
Thank you so much for the video lessons on "The Perfect Pair"  I love cardinals and may use my 'lesson effort' as our Christmas card.  If I do, I'll put on the back of our cards "from a Jerry Yarnell lesson."  My favorite video lessons are of "cropped subjects"  like the broken pots, the penguins, floral stairway, etc. but I learn new things with all the video lessonsThank you for the Online school.  I really appreciate the variety of video lessons and the "snippets" on art techniques.  Thank you for making it all accessible and affordable.  Also, I appreciate your keeping all the earlier video lessons available at the site.  I often go back to some of the lessons from the past.  Please keep doing what you're doing.  Art has no end.
 
    carol fernandez, Sep-13-2016, cocoa, florida, United States
Was just shifting channels and came across one of your  painting shows....I love all the tribal paintings you do. This one so captures the essence of Indian living and the colors and scene is so good....just want to eep staring at it..beautiful.  thanks for your show and the enjoyment of watching a painting come to life.
 
    Rich Robson, Sep-03-2016, Billings, MT, United States
Mr. Yarnell, I would like to thank you for sharing your painting lessons on PBS. I am new to painting and your program keeps me motivated to keep trying to improve. I learned about water-misable oils from your program. Thank you again for your lessons.
 
    Rich Robson, Sep-03-2016, Billings, MT, United States
Mr. Yarnell, I would like to thank you for sharing your painting lessons on PBS. I am new to painting and your program keeps me motivated to keep trying to improve. I learned about water-misable oils from your program. Thank you again for your lessons.
 
    Ruthie Denning, Aug-28-2016, Las Vegas, NV, United States
I've been enjoying  your show on TV and have decided to take up painting. I am having a difficult time finding the script brush. I found one at Blick but it does not work like your does. Any suggestions?


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