I went to Art and Design High School and I majored in Fine Arts. I went to F.I.T for two years and majored in Fine Arts. I then transferred to Queens College and majored in Elementary Education and English. I currently work as an infant toddler teacher and I always incorporate the arts in my lessons. In my spare time I continue to draw, sketch, and paint.
I teach art to students at all levels: from beginner to advanced. We learn by doing and we use traditional techniques and learn the fundamentals of color and perspective and progress from rough sketches to highly polished works of art.
As a freelance artist my work stems from years of study and techniques learned from attending the School of Visual Arts. Skills such as composition and design have been the most important, I my opinion, and education on these is vital inorder to execute work that is in demand in today's industry.
• Learn about facial proportions • Become an expert on drawing what you see • Draw faces live and based on pictures of your choice • Learn quick efficient methods of drawing faces • Choose to draw realism or fashion illustration (or both!) Portfolio: Jessicafaithmarshall.
I structure my lessons to fit into an environment that encourages students to grow, teaching skills that build upon one another. This way, complicated subjects can be broken down into their simplest forms and made more easy to understand.
I am a part-time college instructor and also a personal tutor, teaching the subjects listed above for many years. In college I have regular different levels classes, from studio to web design, with specific curriculum. As a personal tutor, I adapt my methods specifically to an individual, his/her age, abilities, interests, etc.
I have one year experience in teaching kids on watercolor, mixed media, comics, and basic drawing & painting. I try to come up with fun and weekly projects and activities that students will learn and enjoy. I am interested in teaching teen~adult for especially watercolor, comics and zines.
I believe that anyone can learn to draw as artistic ability is more about learning how to see that some instinctive skill that your hands possess. My teaching methods are informal but fun. I just want students to get some practice and experience in a new medium until they are comfortable enough to fully express their creativity.
I like to give my students a bit of creative freedom while guiding them into what provokes them and knows them best. I like to stat off with experimental freedom then give them subjects and themes to base their work off, such as themes of relationship, color, and shape.
Drawing - Fast class for Graphic Artist who doing 2D and 3D works. How to draw correctly, how to show object shape, shadows, reflections etc. So all details how to draw your ideas and fantasy in realistic form. Painting - colors, how to begin painting work. Palette and color sistem. Different type of painting - oil, tempera, acrylic, aquarell.
My teaching method is light and fun. I like my students to create there own personal style and to explore it totally using many different types of mediums from watercolor to oil, ink to charcoal.I like to keep things relaxed and fun.
A little will go a long way. My method is a step by step process. Practice makes perfect and in order to be an artist or do the craft is to be patient and practice a lot with the education tools I will provide.
I studied photography and fine art at the University of the Arts, in Philadelphia, PA as well as Epsom School of Art and Design and North East London Polytechnic in the United Kingdom. I have also been studying in New York for the past five years at the Grand Central Academy and Salmagundi Fine Arts Club.
Hello, I am a New York City artist who has been trained to teach Art Therapy, and Fine Art classes. I studied at Cooper Union in High school, setting my my foundation deep in the art world. I later studied at Seton Hall University from 2011-2015.
My teaching methodology is student oriented and I like to get the artist out of them rather making them paint my imagination.
I'm drawing tutor. I can teach to draw from "0", if you want to know how to become an artist. Depends on what you want to learn. There is a wide range of trends and genres in the arts. I specializing in human portraits drawing... can give anatomy knowledges and proportions. I give homework my students besides our hours together. It always contributes to progress in drawing.
I believe everyone has potential to draw and express their creativity. I would like to help your skill and start to draw with confidence. It will be more interesting to start drawing Animal, eg. Cat or Horse until they feel comfortable to draw their style.
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.
Wood Tobe Coburn is where I studied Graphic Design. Most of my foundation, however, is self teaching. I found that during school I'd read ahead in my design to be extra prepared. Yes, a bit nerdy but Very relatable. My method of learning and teaching is like a pyramid - I help you understand what makes everything in art.
High school graduate with three, going on four years of college experience; major in industrial design and minor in art history. I have taught beginning lessons for some of the core classes given to designers at my university with the assistance of my professors.
Having taught studio arts for many years, and worked in two professional art schools, I have first-hand knowledge of how to best prepare your work for application to BFA or MFA programs. I can help you both with your work and the presentation of a professional portfolio.
I'm a 2011 Graduate of the renowned Kubert School of Cartooning & Graphic Art. I enjoy, encourage, and help students with all aspects of the creative process of comics, writing, penciling, inking, lettering, and coloring.
Bachelor of Science in Architecture from The Cooper Union Brookdale Community College –Lincroft, NJ – Adjunct Professor September 2004 to May 2014 Outstanding Adjunct Professor Award 2009-2010 Construction Documents – I teach a class of typically (15-20) students to produce all of the drawings necessary to build a single family residence with an addition of their own design.
I am a junior in the Studio Art program of Hunter College, hoping to become an art therapist. My lessons will be simplified and fun, taking a close look at history and techniques in a way anyone can understand. As an instructor, I am patient, considerate of each student's needs and creative.
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