I have two degrees in studio art- a Bachelor's of fine Art and a Masters in Fine Art. I teach Costume Design, Drawing, Digital Photography, 2&3 Dimensional Design, Art Appreciation, 1850's to 21 st Century Art. I start with the formal elements of art and principles of Design and move into mixed-media experimentation.
I focus the way I teach on how each individual learns; whether they are more towards visual representations or hands-on interactions. Everything I provide, knowledge-wise, is based on personal experience throughout my career. I like to base lessons off of what the student would like to create so that the information they intake helps broaden their possibilities.
I am a self & University taught in arts & studied many different mediums, but I gravitate towards the more craftier or folksy side of the arts spectrum I would say. I can teach just about any media or medium a student is interested in at any level in art, but my personal style is more in the abstract range.
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.
50 years in steel and sheet metal trade. Welding and fab. 40 years in metal artwork. Steel & Bronze, Stainless steel. Copper and Alum. Have work with fine art galleries. Most of work is Human expression using steel nails and bronze and stainless steel.
Have you ever imagined the world without any artwork? If not, try to do so. How would you feel? How do you think the world would fare without artwork? Do you think we as a whole would be just as progressive or regressive? Art is extremely important when it comes to our daily lives. Therefore, it is imperative that all students learn the wonderful world of artwork.
I have my High School Diploma, I went to college for 2 years and afterwards could not financially afford it. The degree I was studying was for Fire Science- Associates Degree. I work hard, I am motivated to help others be successful and to teach them that it really isn't as hard as you think it may be.
One on one, or in groups focused on developing the artists eye, projects and hands on crafts to inspire even the timid of heart I believe the difference between a Master artist and a beginner is not in how many mistakes you make, but in what you do with them when you make them for one man's catastrophe is another man's greatest triumph of artistic genius.
My teaching methods for art are an "untaught" method that can often incorporate a spiritual aspect . With this approach, there is no right or wrong with art. Instead, we embark in personal exploration and create freely. These lessons are for everyone as art is for everyone! No art experience is necessary, only a desire to explore and create.
I can give lessons to anyone of any age. The basics for art can be easily understood by anyone and even younger children can be taught easily. I begin with evaluations to see what the students already know and can do. Then from there I ask what they want and where they want to get to. We work on those things and I'll even critique their work like universities do.
Teaching methods of creation such as how to work with the nature of each medium. Teach students how to understand the subject matter they are working with as well as time management and research. Encourage students to pursue what their interests are and figure out their own method on how to display them visually.
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.
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'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.
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 offers an understanding of visual composition, color theory, and art movements. My objective is to blend the academia of art with the nurturing of personal exploration and creative fulfillment.
My teaching class focuses on concept as well as technique. I believe in giving students freedom and space so that they can further grow in their own creative practice.
First I usually do a simple assessment to determine a students level . Then I visit a bit to find areas of interest. Then we make a plan of attack to develop those skills necessary for success.
My formation as a sculptor infused my artistic view with the fascination of three dimensionality, and with the constant impulse of understanding forms in all angles. Drawing is an obsession for me—line and form in all their aspects have been a constant in my artwork. I am fascinated with the human figure, in all its aspects: physical, spiritual, and natural, social, historical-temporal.
I like to experiment with everyone. I encourage individualism and also refinement, tools and methodologies. I love to utilize graphics for aiding artwork but also for portfolio presentations and resumes. I love to teach graphics, 3d modeling but of course fine art as well. We can work on traditional or experimental and abstract. It's up to you.
I have a a bachelors degree in Art Education from Arizona State University. I also have a Masters Degree in Educational Technology from Grand Canyon University. I use a variety of educational strategies to help teach students art, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. I enjoy teaching through technology and hands on activities to help teach real world problem solving skills.
I find that students learn best by instruction, observation, and active application, combined. As such, I make a point to balance lectures with lots of hands-on demonstrations and real-world application, particularly when teaching technical processes. Students also learn by practice and by making mistakes.
I have taught interdisciplinary and multi-culturally at the University level at the University of Montemorelos, Mexico, Indiana University, where I taught Design and Southern University where I taught Drawing I, Drawing II, and the entire Art Education program. I teach using a hands on and down to earth approach and make things fun.
Hello, I have my MFA(Craft), and BFA (Intermedia) as well as 15 years of teaching experience. I offer lessons to elementary aged children, middle school, high school as well as adults. I ask my students what areas of interest they are needing assistance with, what they would like to gain from the lesson, and what areas they would like to push in their Artistic practice.
I am considered by my peers to be an architect's architect. I have undergraduate and graduate degrees from the Schools of Architecture at Cambridge and Columbia Universities. I have taught and lectured design there and at Pratt, Cooper Union, Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute, Cranbrook Academy and Montana State University. I teach a process that enables prioritization.
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.
My name is Hannah McDonald, I'm 16 soon to turn 17, I wish to help those interested in art open their ind more. Education level is not a requirement. Kindness and encouragement is given to all my students. When they need it I will point out what might need to be corrected in my eyes, but it is mainly up to them on how they would create they're artwork.
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