Planning an Art Day?

you need a Great Artist Video

Imagine Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso in your school

We Create the Lives of Artists on Video for your ART DAY

Classroom Teaching Videos

Our Great Artist videos are designed for art teachers / coordinators to use with children aged between 5 and 16, essentially primary (elementary) and secondary school children.

Our inspiring Great Artist educational videos cover the dramatic episodes of the artist’s lives exploring their motivations, influences and achievements in a manner suitable for this age group and should provide a brilliant start to your art lessons.

Short extract from the ‘Life of Monet’

Which Great Artist will inspire your Children

Imagine an art day starting with a Great Artist video, children would gain a greater understanding of the artist’s work, which could inspire their own drawing and painting.

Choose your Great Artist video

You need a Great Artist Video for your Classroom

Imagine how it would ....

  • Energise the start of your art day or workshop
  • Inspire and motivate your children
  • Explore the passion, emotion and motivations of the artists
  • Bring the artist's world into your classroom

Not sure which artist to choose?



Available Autumn 2017

Energise your Art Workshops

great artist video in school

With our Classroom Teaching Videos

Teaching your children about one of the great artists? Our artist videos give your children insights into the artist’s motivations, influences and their techniques.
Learning about art has never been such fun.

Let's get to know each other

Paul Priestley

My Expertise

My name is Paul Priestley and I taught art in schools for 25 years, after leaving teaching, I decided to run my own business creating the lives of artists and delivering art workshops in schools. Demand soon outstripped my ability to fulfill it.

With a new studio, coupled with a fascination for videography, the solution to my problem became obvious. I began to create videos of the Great Artists.

Teachers, the Great Artists are coming to your school.

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