Robert Bosler

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Make Money Teaching Art

As an artist you want to make money. By teaching art you will have a cash-flow income. You also receive advancement and inspiration from your students, and enjoy the wonderful pleasures of their success.

The question is - Are you ready to teach art?

This book gives you what you need to teach art confidently. But it's much more than that. You are guided through the teaching process so your students are - right from the start! - creating fine art paintings their own way, in their own style, from their personal vision.

This book is not only the best "Guide to Teaching Art" it also helps artists who have learned elsewhere and are concerned for how well they've been taught. The painting world is full of frustrations, and this book shows how to solve them.

MAKING MONEY TEACHING ART sets the industry standard for art teaching.

Written by Robert Bosler - successful artist of over thirty years; top sales price of $25,000 per painting; producer of the worldwide bestseller FINE ART TECHNIQUES DVD PACK which is regarded as the best on the market, sold into 38 countries. To view Robert's artwork visit and for historical works: For details on the 12 Fine Art Techniques and to purchase the bestselling DVD - sold into 38 countries - visit

The accompanying eBook THE 12 ADVANCED FINE ART TECHNIQUES is available under the author's titles at Amazon, cheaply.

If you've thought about teaching art successfully, with this book you can now do exactly that. 


The Laws for Creativity

Now produced in film format and available as a DVD.


Fine Art Techniques eBook

This is the ebook version of the best-selling DVD Triple Pack (sold into 38 countries). You get each of the 12 advanced oil painting techniques explained in detail. Much more information is included to assist with establishing or developing your art career. 108 pages (A4 size). 270 Photographs. Now delivered via email - your order is sent within 24 hours.

$49 AUD (international conversion at time of payment)




Seventeen months ago, in Sydney, Alicia did something that shocked her. It shocked her that she actually did it, and it shocked her that she liked it. She also knows she won't ever do it again. But far from regretting what she calls her "fateful night" Alicia is ever grateful because it set within her an emotional requirement that demands and embraces intensity.

This craving is now satisfied in the form of tender, exquisite beauty, such as she cherishes in the tiny maidenhair ferns of her Guerilla Bay retreat on the south coast of NSW, and, dangerously, in the form of a massive Great White shark. She names him Rhino, and she adores him. Pure, natural power. Alicia needs him, yet rationally she fears him, too.

Within minutes of our meeting Alicia she again encounters Rhino, but this time it’s in the shallows. "He has come for me," she confides to a neighbour.
Above her, Lucius, the grand sea eagle, looks on.
Alicia's deep affection for Lucius and Rhino sends shock waves through the community. They want the shark dead. Alicia knows best where and when to find Rhino, but she isn't saying. People are incensed. Lives are at stake. Tourism is threatened.

Thirty-one-year-old Matt seeks Alicia's passion. Stable, country-boy loyal. Alicia feels she needs this, too, but it is Lucius who saves her from Rhino - once.

In gripping, intimate tension, Alicia makes a final choice of the heart.

"A very unusual, very dangerous desire"  


Badly Talented

Kind-hearted Rupert William Blake has decided to become a psychic. He knows the talk, and there's some ready cash in doing readings. And by saying he channels archangels - especially Michael and Gabriel - he's suddenly more special than everyone else.

He now calls himself Pen, the Instrument of God. But he needs some earthly prestige. Easy. He buys a Doctor of Divinity degree for fifty bucks.

He's now Dr Pen. All he needs now is fame. It comes crashing in.

"Hilarious! Tragic!"


The Gym

A murdered teenager is discovered in the gym's carpark, in this well-to-do Northern Sydney suburb. Who is the victim? The members quickly discover it's the brother of young Ricky Benson who comes from a downbeat part of town. Why does Ricky travel all this way to the gym?

Suspicion seeps into relationships, testing strengths and acting like an acid as it uncovers frailties of character. This was a place of camaraderie and laughter, of support and aspiration. Now some painful realisations are hitting home, for how sincere and reliable are friendships formed in a gym? How deep are family bonds?

Members are less interested in who is the culprit than they are in learning the truth about those with whom they once confided.

A powerful tycoon, a fiercely ambitious television reporter, an undercover cop, an artist husband and father with a secretive and maverick background - suddenly these strong personalities are in a collision course.

Will this tear families and friendships apart, or bring them closer?  


Red Light Go

Big Phil Maclean, father of a tight-knit family, tells us he’s dead.

“At least that’s what they say about me in the world where you live,” he says. “But where I live, I’m no longer Phil Maclean, nor am I dead. I’m still a family man.”

We meet this gentle giant when he’s still alive, holding the family together. Connie, his wife, is missing something. Phil aches for his educated wife. Dangerously courageous in his self-employment as a fisherman, Phil’s inadequacies slowly eat him alive.

Now their fifteen year old son, Boyd, wants to follow in his footsteps – but no one can, and Connie hates the boy’s choice.

Yet her choice was to agree for the family to live here in isolated Bondarra on the far south coast of NSW, Australia, and this innocent choice has tied her far too close to her son, putting them both at severe risk. The seeds of tragedy are sown.

Jordan, seventeen, their daughter, sees it happening and warns them. To no avail.

Now Phil goes missing, and while we are privileged to hear him tell us his striving to regain contact with his family, and then to influence and protect them, the rest of the family are left floundering and lost.

They’re vulnerable. And an insidious danger enters their lives.

Connie regains her strength and prospers, but it places ever-supportive Boyd in trouble.

Can Phil understand his new spiritual existence and save them from this impending disaster he now sees clearly is coming?

This story will touch your heart, break it, and then make it soar with warmth.