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 start each lesson off teaching the techniques necessary for the subject matter. Then, I progress to how to create an effective sketch for the framework of the piece. After that, I continue to the shading and filling in the piece. Finally, I go over adding details to the art.
I approach each class by teaching practical and technical knowledge in a low pressure environment mean to foster growth and experimentation with various mediums. I also encourage special projects focused on the development of one's own conceptual and artistic style.
For first time artists I would love to give a basic overview of the fundamentals of art and the very basics of whatever medium you're interested in! For more experienced artists, my method would be more critique based to help guide you through your personalized art journey.
I teach people of all ages who are looking to hone their skills in a particular medium. Our lessons will be project-based and geared toward either learning the fundamentals of a medium or learning tips and tricks to sharpen your craft for more advanced students.
My teaching method is to show students ways they can improve their art by example and by giving friendly advice. I can show you step by step how to draw or paint any subject you would like. Students can help plan their own lessons by talking to me with what they would like to work on, or my plan is to have an example of what to create and to help you create it.
My teaching method is a hands-on approach contoured to finding the genius in each student, and helping bring that forth concretely, and practically. I will help each student identify a working method that helps them reach their maximum potential. I can teach students of all levels.
My teaching method is having confidence in your work can make a great improvement, never be afraid to start off messy. Even though I am not a very advanced artist, I improve my weakness by doing them with bold confidence.
Drawing academically is not for everyone. I will share methods that will improve your ability to draw more quickly and accurately by teaching how to visually breakdown complex structures and describe what is seen by using compositions of simple shapes and forms.
My teaching approach is very visual and adaptable. Just as every work of art is unique, so is the way we learn as individuals. There's value in repetitive teaching of fundamentals. Great artists always remind you: "Draw what you see.
I approach with a very fluid and focused eye, but with a loose spirit..and all the smiles. I acknowledge how I study every line and figure, and appreciate that I have my creativity. I believe in taking artwork slow and steady. Patience is key in truly cherishing your devoted work.
Well I am a very excited teacher hoping to teach arts and paintings to a wide verity of students,Depending on the age of the students I will be teaching. i will be starting out with variety of colors and paper to get started looking forward to teaching 1st and 2nd grade students.
my lessons are very stylish in the old age and new age I've one simple rule YOU CANNOT RUSH ART for one to learn one must teach like a blossom it must sprout before it grows lessons are very life learning and need of at the most focus
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.
I base my classes on what each individual student is looking to gain from the class. Whether that be learning a new style or just learning basics of art and design! I can provide different mediums of teaching as well (pen and paper, colored pencil, marker, computer programs like Adobe Creative Suite).
My teaching method is to go step by step with each student. I would like to gage what each student's personal needs are and adhere to those. I believe the best ways of teaching are by showing as well as thorough explanation.
My style of teaching is very visual. I like to show a lot of examples of whichever technique I am discussing, preferably with an in-class demonstration. In order to ensure an understanding of the material, I try to foster back and forth communication during lessons. I love teaching art to others, and so as a tutor I'm generally approachable and enthusiastic.
I start off small. I break down any problem into its simplest concept and work my way back up. We'll start off small and become bigger as we progress and learn different things. Anything can be broken down to its simplicity.
My teaching method is student centered. With careful assessment a student's strengths, weaknesses and needs, I construct a plan to aide student reach their full potential. My lessons are based upon adherence to requirements and standards as well as student's desires.
Latin american Artist, I give lessons for all levels. From oil painting techniques to pastels, from painting landscapes to drawing portraits, I offer art instruction in a variety of mediums and subjects. Painting tips, drawing techniques, brushstrokes, and more, that will teach you the tools you need to improve your art.
I am a graduate from The College of Saint Elizabeth. There, I majored and received my Bachelor's degree in Fine/Studio Art. I possess a vast knowledge in painting, different techniques a person can use to enhance the imagery of their painting. No primary skills required to hire me as your painting tutor.
As an educator the primary focus is to create an experimental environment, one in which students are allowed to create an intrinsic connection with content. Allowing them to connect on a personal level and apply the newly obtained information to their everyday lives. This philosophy has transformative properties, allowing me, as an educator, to effectively act as a guide.
For an art class, I approach teaching by first demonstrating the skills and then aiding sessions of practice. Like with any skill, the more you do it, the easier it becomes. With art, the better you train both your hands and also your eyes, the better you can portray what you want.
My teaching method is following along with the student step by step to understand not only the process of making art, but also the technique and skill that can be applied to any medium. I am able to explain abstract concepts (color wheel, shadows, portrait structure) very easily for deeper understanding.
My teaching is based on the needs of the individual or group I'm working with. I also like to know what the outcome goal is for the student so I can figure out our best course of action to get there.
I believe a solid mastery of shape and form, as well as un understanding of movement and lighting always yield the best results in art. I also feel that trying to more past your comfort zone is where you are most likely to advance.
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.
I approach each class differently depending on the skill level of the student. If a student is new to art, then I start off with the basic fundamentals of drawing. After they gain confidence in their basic skills, I then introduce color and paint. Eventually, I like to issue out projects where the students can freely explore techniques to create a unique art piece.
I am a private tutor giving lessons to Pre-K through middle school in Math, Science, and Language Arts as well as drawing and painting lessons to adults as well. We are learning our whole lives, and especially when we are young, learning should be a fun process.
My teaching method is helping my students understand the terminology and art technique, hence making t easier to breakdown even the most complicated painting into simple details that make up a complete and beautiful piece of work. My students will be able to paint and draw what they did not think they could before by using very simple techniques and an eye for details.
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Perfect! David is a lot of fun to work with, and is very flexible. I originally hired him to help me get a head start on art classes. We covered a lot of core concepts like gesture drawing, shape and form. As classes have started recently, we've moved into...
Perfect! Scarlett taught my 16 y/o niece how to draw her own cartoon strip from start to finish in a 1 week crash course of 10 hours spread over 5 2-hour lessons. My niece is working on finishing the strip right now, she had a great time and got the skills...
Perfect! Juliana has been my oil painting art tutor for a few months, giving me in-home lessons. She’s terrific! I am a chaotic painter with not a lot of technical background and she’s been helping me to strengthen my technique, challenging me to make...
Perfect! Julianna is a gift to anyone who wants to learn how to draw. She’s a wonderful teacher for people of any ages. She is on time, completely reliable. She offers feedback in an encouraging way. She makes you feel comfortable right away. In addition,...
Perfect! Nazia is a very knowledgeable teacher, and is clearly very passionate about art and teaching art. She is extremely accommodating and always eager to help. She makes sure that I am learning and understanding the fundamentals of drawing and art. I am...
Perfect! My son has been drawing comics and cartoons with Rafael for almost a year now and he made a huge progress! What I like about the lessons is that Rafael is systematic and patient. He is a real tutor, not just an artist who is trying to teach. Rafael...
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