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Leonardo Pereznieto, a multi-award winning, international artist, is teaching millions of people around the world how to draw through his tutorial videos on Youtube. Yesterday his weekly video views reached 700,000.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 12, 2014
Leonardo Pereznieto is teaching millions of people how to draw through video tutorials. He started his Youtube channel uploading drawing tutorials in English about two years ago on his Youtube channel, "Fine Art-Tips." He opened a parallel channel shortly afterwards where he uploads the same videos narrated in Spanish, "Arte Divierte." These tutorials are also subtitled in as many as 15 languages. His videos have been watched almost 50 million times.
We live in an era where we can learn practically any subject from the comfort of our homes. Modern media gives us the opportunity to learn from the best, no matter where we are, and we can do this for free.
This is the case of millions of people who are availing themselves of the art techniques shown by Mr. Pereznieto. Many of these students live in towns in remote countries where they, up to now, didnt have access to art teachers or art schools. Many do not have the means to pay for instruction.
Through these tutorials, people of every age, are materializing their artistic dream. Here are a few success stories from them:
"Id like to thank you because thanks to you I was able to feel the joy of drawing again. You are a great artist and I wish you the best of successes." - YS
"You are such an inspiration! I never thought I could draw this well!" - BA
"I must say, you have inspired me to become the person I am today. Because of you, I have learnt so much about fine art and developing my skills! Please keep doing what you're doing so other people can follow in your footsteps as I have :) Your videos show that perfection can be achieved. - BU
Amazing work. You have given me that spark to start drawing again." - KG
"I have learnt a lot from your tutorials, you are the reason I started to take art so seriously. Before your tutorials all I could do was draw portraits but now its like I'm in art school." - KM
"This is exactly what I wanted to learn! .. Awesome! And yes your tutorials have changed my life in a great way. I am capable to draw more and better because of you. You are the greatest art teacher Ive ever had." - BT
"I have been watching your videos for a long time now! And I'm not an expert but you have showed me techniques that are amazing and I never thought I could get even better with my art! I drew the eagle that you did a video on and I presented my drawing of it in a talent show and won and it was my very first time drawing an eagle so thank you for everything! Your videos have changed my life as an artist. :)" - FG
Thank you very much teacher, you completely changed my life and Im forever grateful. - CG
Leonardo Pereznieto has exhibited his work in many prominent museums and galleries of cities such as Florence, London, Paris, Monte Carlo, Nice, Frankfurt, Seoul, New York, Los Angeles, and Mexico City.
He has delivered over fifty lectures all over the world including the New York Academy of Art, Celebrity Centre Florence, the University of Michigan and the Kharkov State University (Ukraine). Mr. Pereznieto is co-founder of the new cultural movement of postromanticism, together with writer and art critic, Claudia Moscovici.
Some of the prizes he has been awarded are:
Gold Medal, Italy Award for Visual Arts
Premio Firenze, Florence, Italy
Awarded by the International Art Festival, NY, NY
The Mozart Prize for the Arts (sculpture), Nice, France
His presence in social media includes over 100,000 fans on Facebook, 600,000 subscribers to his Youtube channels Fine Art-Tips and Arte Divierte and nearly 50 million video views.
You may find more about Leonardo and his drawing tutorials at the following links:
Youtube Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/FineArtEBooks
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LeonardoPereznieto
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