We feature the worlds best instruction in airbrush realism, and photorealism for acrylic painting, automotive, cake decorating, makeup, and watercolor. We hold airbrush workshops twice a month in our academy nestled in the Sumter National Forest in SC. Our airbrush classes usually run 4-5 days and are geared to the beginner as well as veteran artists.
If you’ve ever wanted to be able to create photo-realistic paintings, or simply improve your art, The Blair School of Art is ideally suited for you.
Our new art school is located in Dru’s ancestral hometown of Blair, SC on a scenic 100-acre campus that is part of Sumter National Forest. Free from urban and metropolitan distractions, it is an ideal learning environment. Our 2 new state-of-the-art airbrush classrooms are much larger and even better equipped than our previous studio in Wake Forest, NC which was founded in 1997.
Our specialty is airbrush training, but we will soon feature other art mediums, such as acrylic, digital, water color, and more.
If you have never used the airbrush before, you will be surprised at its versatility. Before each workshop, we offer a Foundations Day to help those who have little or no airbrush instruction to develop solid techniques that will allow them to effortlessly control the airbrush.
Be sure to browse our airbrush classes to see which best suits your needs. The airbrush is an amazing instrument, and can create images that are often mistaken for photographs as seen to the right.
CLASS #1 Two days 500.00 per person INTRODUCTION TO AIRBRUSHING (For the Beginning Airbrush Artist) Air On Air Off! or, push down for air pull back for paint! Where students will be introduced to airbrushing, by working with different types of airbrushes, discussing maintenance and troubleshooting, air sources, supplies, painting surfaces and preparation. The students will start with, the basics of the airbrush, then moving on to learning the basic tricks, techniques, and special FX, that are very much a part of Automotive Airbrushing, and the Kustom Kulture!