I love to help others learn, especially when it has to do with art. Im best at drawing and teaching traditional mediums but I’m willing to help draw in digital if that’s what they’re comfortable with.
I am not a traditional teacher in that I was not taught the traditional way myself. I would like to tailor each lesson to each student, helping them learn things that a traditional art course might not by thinking outside the box and experimenting with media.
My method of teaching is building layers. I give my students the basics and build their skills from there. Start with a basic outline and add layers till you have a finished piece. Breaking it down makes it easier to accomplish big projects.
My teaching method is that I instruct you how to draw digitally. I start with the basics. For example: procreate. I will start by teaching you the basics of using the app for digital art. (The app itself seems complicated but gets easier as you learn and use it.) If you are more advanced, I can teach you techniques and whatever you will need to make your piece even better.
My teaching method is based on experiential learning. I want students to find inspiration in the world around them, and to find joy in creative expression. Fun is the best teacher, and I seek to provide a safe space to explore and the tools for students to find satisfaction and fun in pursuing their unique ideas.
My teaching method is with lines. I use a line to create in illustration, still art, and more. I carefully pin point an situation by a perspective view. Designing is not to be rush, but if needs be on time. Being a 2017 graduate with 35 years exploring in the field of art. I grown to understand, one must have a love for art to rightfully explore it.
I base my classes on an individual level. I will work with you to figure out where you need help and then we can work together to get your art career off the ground. If you are just wanting to learn how to make your own art I can work with you and give you personal tutorials on theory, color, and materials to get you more comfortable with the craft.
My teaching method is to give the students the basics and help them to express themselves with their own ideas. I have worked with oils, acrylics, clay, copper relief, wood carving, jewelry design, fashion design and home décor.
My teaching method is a hand-on approach, each assignment will have a lesson on the WHO, WHAT, WHERE AND WHY of the media with personal guidance through-out.
My method of teaching is teaching each person one by one and knowing their strengths and weaknesses, knowing them on a one on one basis.
I believe art is a self-learning type of subject. I start my lessons off with the basics of art (shapes, definition, form, movement, etc.). From there, I help my students develop any ideas or pieces that they create. I offer my help, to those who need it.
I give students semi open-ended assignments to help them learn formal techniques in drawing and painting, and to allow them to discover their own artistic style. I adapt lessons according to what students know and need to learn, and also have them practice talking and writing about their work to prepare them for when they write their own artist statements.
I am quite a quiet and patient person and art is calming for me. I am looking to help art enthusiasts of all ages with anything they want to get better at or are confused by. I will discuss with you what you need help with, and figure out the best way you learn before proceeding.
I work with my students to analyze their work and help them understand how to push themselves and their art further. We will look at not only how to get a single piece to its final form, but also how to improve overall technique and understanding of different mediums.
My teaching methods is to connect with my students and find what is troubling them. To let them find their style of art within them.
I'm a therapist first, teacher second. Art school is a way of life, and in order to succeed and be prepared for the road ahead, I work with a student's head space first. What makes you happy? Why must you create? Are you mentally prepared for what art school will entail? Once we get you to understand your self, your path to college will become clear.
I love music, art ,math, science I'm good with helping on home work what ever I can do to help others like me or not like me but what i can do i will do for who needs it
I believe that the only way someone can accel in something is by allowing them to practice and make mistakes, rather than just showing them what to do
With pationt I can work with any one. I like challenge and hard work. I like to do arts and help others to learn.
I approach each lesson with an open mind and try to focus on what kind of learning style my student needs.
My methodology changes for every student, but I like to teach them in a way that’s subtle enough that they dont even realise they’re learning things; I like teaching so they discover instead of being told.
My teaching method is to assess what the students know already first. Then plan lessons that will improve their skills and make them a better artist.
My teaching method is instructions before I get started with a student for every lesson taught in every lecture and patient with students.
Im a hands on type of teacher , ill explain what i want you to do but also show you.
My teaching method is very visual. I prefer to show it to a student while explaining it. They can practice along with me.
My teaching methods are student led. I want to know what drives you and I'll be there to help you develope further. Your artistic style is your own.
I will teach , how you draw with proper pro proportions and accurate shading and highlight for realistic and non.
My lessons are clearly explained step by step. I base my classes on foundation skills, art history and your personal expressive goals.I use a lot of visual examples to learn from and inspire. Progress and successes always happen if you try :) My teen student have won awards and scholarships.
My teaching method is structured and relaxed. I like to have a theme for each lesson and I always ask questions to be sure I'm making things clear and easy to understand.
What I teach depends on what the student wants to learn. I’m a believer in the fundamentals, but also in the individual voice of each artist. There is no one correct answer to art. I provide guidance and help, and demonstrate possible approaches to drawing something, so the learning artist can persevere and find strategies for improving. I encourage self-critique and learning from mistakes.
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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...
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Perfect! Rafael was a great teacher. Each week he prepped the next step in a drawing fundamentals overview and walked through it with plenty of patience and good humor. In addition, his feedback on my works-in-progress was invaluable, and he took the time...
Perfect! Scarlette is a amazing teacher. She puts a lot of time in preparing the lessons and is very flexible and accommodating to what the student needs. If I had to pick her best trait, I would say its just how much she encouraged and positively motivated...
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