I love education. I enjoy learning and teaching. I feel that education is a two way street that requires participation on both sides (Teacher and Student). When I'm teaching, I learn things as well. I'm willing to teach anyone how to draw, how to write, or how to create.
I use various painting mediums but mostlt avrylic and water colors. I provide a strong foundation in drawing. Classes would be for 60 to 90 minutes. I teach primary and secondary school age student but also high school and adults.
In the past when I have been asked to show somebody how to execute a certain technique, I always go ahead and demonstrate visually, and explain my process or way of thinking as I am doing this.
My teaching method is principle based. Starting with fundamental art skills to build on for beginners. Then step by step I teach students to add more understanding for each level throughout each step. For intermediate and advance artists, I apply methods for maturing skills into focus and vision for more clarity in art.
I can be hyper involved when I need to be, but I believe its important to step back and guide through mistakes. I've learned through experience that its important to know when to step back, for a more productive lesson.
I will teach you the fundamentals of Drawing such as figure drawing and Anatomy. In addition to that you can learn how to do caricatures and cartoons.
My teaching approach is, philosophically, a practical one. I understand the value of intense instruction, but, believe that without being a good listener, I am only a reciter of methods.
My set of instructions is designed to eliminate intimidation, and to show how easy it is to take on new roles. The process of construction relates to understanding that dynamics comes from knowing how to complete small steps with the good faith of a big final result. A single letter is simple to learn and when added up makes up the alphabet and turns into words. Art is very similar in this way.
It will be like a constant critique and drawing session. A time to bounce ideas around and improve any skills you want to work on. My preferred mediums are graphite and Ink, and I have worked with everything else as well.
I first discuss with the student what they want to get out of the lessons. Each student is different, but my focus is on specific techniques, such as how to get a likeness, what features to look for in a subject, and different ways to draw those features.
Subject areas, from drawing to painting and digital imaging include basics through advanced. Color theory, hues and their relative values, and psychology of color covered in most subjects. Planned lessons, examples, exercises, downloadable tutorial notes. No obligation syllabus viewing prior to course acceptance.
My main demographic for students would be middle school - high school, and college underclassmen. My method usually involves showing demos (Video/Online Screensharing), providing artistic research and resources for the student, and making test assignments and critiquing and providing notes on their work. I'm encouraging and friendly, but definitely push a student to challenge themselves.
I am a graduate of The University of Texas @Austin in Visual Arts Studies, Biology and Education. I am a certified Professional Visual Arts teacher and artist. I have taught private lessons in music and art. I have assisted choir at middle school level, taught 9 to 12 grade art, drawing, painting, sculpture, design , clay, and photography. I taught AP 2D Draw and AP 2D Design.
My method is very hands on and employs the use of guides such as .pdf's. We focus on what you want while progressing toward your goal and having fun doing it. Lessons start off based on your current experience or talent level and will progress from there.
I approach everything by explaining the fundamental components of an illustration. Creating the primitive formatting, concepts, and technical characteristics that proceed into the final details. Explaining every step using your own research methods to create anything you want.
Received Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with 18 years of experience working with children in schools and libraries, providing literacy and art programs through character development, drawing, painting and other mediums. My professional background is in children's books, editorial, and greeting card illustration. I also design and paint public and residential murals.
Self taught starting at the age of eight and gaining experience since. Loving the practice & expanding said talent with every creation. Transferring from the imagination to a sheet of paper to create imagery both enjoyable & undoubtedly potential filled.
My teaching method is planning lessons step by step using brainstorming as a thinking strategy to help students generate creative ideas and what they want to learn. Also my method related to the art therapy - the essence of which helps to unleash creativity of an individual.
I have a bachelor's in fine art from Rhode Island School of Design, in 1995. Have continued to study and produce work since graduation. My methodology is one where I'm not afraid to do and show. My skill and knowledge are my assets.
Having a structured background in both fine art and Russian language and culture, I am able to offer instruction in both subjects in a format that can accommodate the specific demands of the student's individual style and approach to learning.
I am a former high school art teacher. I wish to teach mostly drawing lessons in graphite. I can also paint with oils, acrylics, and watercolors. My instruction methods are step-by-step based upon how I approach each project.
Since art also communicates stories and thoughts in a nonverbal form, she focuses on the opportunity for kids to display their thoughts, in turn build new neurological pathways for problem solving, express their feelings openly and enjoy the process of creation.
I like to teach in person or over skype. Hands on is the best way to learn, especially with art. I want to share everything I know with others to build their confidence and get them started on the right artistic path. I can teach basic entry level students or students with intermediate skills. I work with pencil, ink, and digital media. Art takes patience and persistence.
My teaching method adapts to the level of the student that is, regardless if it is basic or advanced and we continue with classes separated by themes and we persist in the subjects that the student presents more difficulty. Use the student's hobbies to teach, making him comfortable and lively with development, always passing lessons for the day.
My teaching method is based mainly on the understanding of what is being worked on, yes I like to be organized and to carry a structure in order to fulfill the stated objective but always customizing it to the user.
I believe drawing underpins all art disciplines. I believe everyone can learn to draw. I believe art can play a crucial role in well-being. My teaching method is inclusive of all age groups and all personalities with a focus in developing each students individual style. Perfect for high school students wanting to develop skills to support their HSC outcomes.
My teaching method is very practical and hands-on with a lot of emphasis on smart, thoughtful, and structured practice. During most of the classes that I teach, I do. Which means that I do a lot of demonstrations and paint overs for the students showing them exactly step by step what needs to be done to complete the work.
I pride myself on delivering highly entertaining and informative tuition. I am methodical in my preparation and spend a great deal of time devising a sylabus. My approach is very hands on, I discuss caricature theory, spending time demonstrating producing a live caricature of someone in the group, before letting the students loose on an unsuspecting subject.
I haven't a specific basic approach, it will depend mainly on what you want or need. The idea will be to build a method according to your expectations. I am patient and consider that the field of arts is accessible to all those who are be interested.
I developed course plans and implemented interesting and interactive material to increase children’s understanding and skills in a broad range of art fundamentals. Set and communicated ground rules for the classroom based on respect and personal responsibility.
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