Stefano BaCino wants to share his passion for and knowledge of art with the public—and he wants to do it free of charge.
Beginning on June 3rd, BaCino will instruct a series of classes at Winder’s Piedmont Regional Library that he promises will be about more than simply learning how to draw.
“I’m going to teach a different style than you normally see being taught,” he said. “It’s called ‘In the Zone.’ Basically, it’s self-discipline, a way to work through the day’s confusion and stop painter’s or drawer’s block. It’s also a way to brush off the bad critics’ reviews.
“In other words,” he added, “when you come to my class, the first thing that we’ll do is a little self-meditation to get in the zone. Once you’re in the zone, everything will be so clear, and you’ll be able to do your art with clarity and preciseness. You won’t feel that you have any pressures on you.”
For the full story, see the June 1 issue of the Barrow Journal.