Faux Painting Instructor
Brian Bullard is an American Master Decorative Artist,
certified in the trade during an eight-year experience of studying and
working in Germany from 1986 to 1994. Trained in Europe's "dual-system"
apprenticeship program, he was employed by the Heinrich Paulus-Fueller
Decorative Arts company. Bullard was assigned to various decorative
painting duties in high-end villas, hotels, storefronts, and
restaurants throughout Europe.
In 1994 he returned to the United States, establishing "European
Surface Techniques", a full-service decorative arts company, working
the St. Louis, Missouri metro area as well as several locations
throughout the U.S.
He opened the Decorative Arts Center in 2000. The DAC is one of the
only "non product" oriented schools in the nation. Students are taught
on locally accessible materials and tools and enjoy increased mobility,
a smaller inventory to maintain, and higher profits.
Bullard has trained thousands of students from every state in the U.S.
as well as consulted and guided hundreds of clients in the
establishment and maintainence of their own small business.
He moved to Houston, Texas, in 2011.
instructor at the faux school, Brian Bullard offers years of
theoretical and practical knowledge and experience in art and
had the idea of creating a school for the decorative arts while
in Europe. My dream came true by opening The Decorative Arts Center, a
faux school where I can teach the tricks I learned from other masters
are considered practical and effective, I like to get to the point and
the from "A to B" so students can spend a full day painting or
in school. I teach "low inventory, great look, and high profit", if a
can exercise that in the field they can be a success. We have
successfully trained thousand of novices, professionals, and faux
businesses in our methods.
to learn theoretical practical knowledge and experience, and love to
paint or plaster, I want the opportunity to help
you reach your goals. Today can be your first step towards a new
view some of Brian's
decorative arts projects