Support is hard to come by when working in your studio, in isolation without much of chance to get construction criticism on your work and ideas. Constructive Review offers the artist a chance to explore the themes and construction in their practice honesty, safety and with support. The constructive review involves a studio visit and a critical report. When initially introduced to art criticism, many people associate negative connotations with the words “critical” and “criticism.” Art criticism is simply about responding to, interpreting meaning, and making critical judgments about works of art. This objective criticality will aid the artist in mediating the perception, and interpretation of their artwork beyond their own design. The constructive review of the artist’s portfolio/exhibition moves beyond stating the obvious and adds perceptive depth, insight, and guides the artist towards achieving their goals. Undergoing a constructive review process will enlighten, guide and suggest actionable steps based on the artists goals.