Monday, May 5, 2008

The BRIDGE academy of art

Visit Bridge to see what it's all about


13 comments:

janaya said...

i am seriously SO excited for you guys! and what an AMAZING website. nice work!

Aksel said...

Oo ! I want to go there ! is it possible for me *_*? I don't see were the school is on the web site.
So i need travel, do more traditionnal painting, save money...

The teachers looks great... ;)

Dave Johnson said...

Dear Justin,
Congratulations for being recoginized so highly at the Spring Salon! It is also exciting to have you guys starting a school here in Utah Valley. I wish you well with it. I offer whatever help I may give.
I do need to visit with you sometime soon.
Dave Johnson

Aksel said...

It's really attractive ! But i am french and if i do this travel to comme at your academy i must find :
- a house
- some work to have money to the location and the school.
-etc

It's complicated T_T.
I find where is provo thks ;)

EB said...

How did your cousin in California get to be the mascot for your new school? Just touch my belly for the best education money can buy!

TwilaTee said...

I saw the link and read fART...

Just FYI

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

Justin, Congratulations on your first place. WOW...you out do yourself with each new painting. I received all the info on this new BridgeAcademy and was thrilled to see you listed as one of the instructors. (I'm trying to secure one of the part-time positions). Keep painting and sharing. Again, you are so deserving of this recognition. All the best!

gheybin said...

Dear Justin,

I am empty and listless without your academic instruction!
I probably don't know how to go on.
Whew.

an illdressed foolishwise said...

i sat next to this guy for a few hours today.. and it was lovely..

(thanks again)

Francis Vallejo said...

congrats on your recent successes man!

Jason Seiler said...

Your work is amazing! I'm totally inspired!

Gonzo said...

really great stuff man. I have been hearing some really great things from Mary Reeder about you guys.

Brandon

Per H said...

Really, really awesome!