If you've got the time and money, why not take a course/class at a Community College or something. The semester already started, so maybe wait until summer time, but sometimes one can just sit in on a class. My friend brings her friend to class a lot. she just does her own thing, reads a book, or sketches in her sketchbook, but I'm sure you could find an instructor that would you let you hang out, especially if you know someone already in the class. That's an odd approach, but I don't know, My instructor is pretty cool, don't know about how art teachers usually are.
And if that doesn't work, do the obvious Draw every day and night a little bit or alot, learn what you need to and want to learn, find out what you don't know and try to find the information . Then try it yourself until you get a hang of it, and keep going from there; applying everything you've already learned.
~"With a little hope, and alot of try, anything is possible."~
~"The harder You work, the better life gets."~
~"The pain doesn't last, but the gain will last forever."~
~"Fear is my courage." ~Mr_S_14