Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.

Muse & Usability™ is an exclusive ArtisTTable original method that has been developed over the last 7 years and has been presented as a workshop to 100's of artists around the world. We are now making it available online to provide greater accessibility and maintain appropriate social distancing.

Artists have specific needs that are essential to their artistic practices. Creativity, drive and inspiration can be elusive bedfellows.  With Muse & Usability™ creativity is stimulated, inspiration is cultivated as we learn that it can be found in the most unlikely and unexpected places. Vision is sharpened and perceptions become apperceptions.

The unexpected is refreshing. I loved that every drawing was dependent upon another person’s viewpoint. The reality was twisted into a new reality.


This is so cool! If you have the time and enjoy art, I highly encourage you to sign up!

The result of our Muse & Usability™ session can be described as an interpretive, evolutionary process.


Our popular Muse & Usability™ workshops have been converted into online laboratory workshops that will reveal to you new ways of approaching your work and will breathe fresh air into your artistic life.

Come and join the ArtisTTable's exclusive creative Muse & Usability™ Laboratory, an intensive guided workshop presented on Zoom designed to help you personally discover many new possibilities. You will have the opportunity work with local and international artists with a method that will change the way you approach your art.

What you can expect:
• 4-hour online workshop
• Get instant results
• To make 6 paintings
• Find your muse
• Find a new muse
• Finding an unexpected muse
• Putting your muse to work
• Understanding the benefits of collaboration
• Seeing collaboration in a new light
• Improved drawing/painting/ skills
• Sharpened ability to see/observe
• Enhanced ability to respond
• Immediate application to your artistic practice

Upcoming Labs:

Sunday, 19  July 2020
10 AM to 2 PM (Eastern US Time)
16:00 to 20:00 (European Time)
Limited to 20 participants.

$75 per lab session