Teaching Art Online with Rob Jensen from Art for Kids Hub – WHS 139

Teaching Art Online with Rob Jensen from Art for Kids Hub – WHS 139

This week I’m super-psyched to bring you an interview with Rob Jensen from Art for Kids Hub.
Rob Jensen from Art for Kids HubRob Jensen is a father of three and husband to one. His YouTube channel and website have hundreds of videos that teach kids (and parents too) how to draw, paint, and more.

Rob graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s in Fine Art and used to work for Ford Motor Company. After a successful career with Ford, he and his wife decided to move closer to home to focus more on their family.

Today, Rob records videos with his three kids (Chuckers, Hads, and Austin) every week and shows kids how to bring out their inner artist.

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Quote of the Week

I have always been a learner because I knew nothing.” —Sidney Poitier

Links Mentioned

Mark Kistler’s Drawing Lessons
Ed Emberley

Etc.

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