My teaching method is Project based. I approach lessons by, after establishing the students experience level, introducing a prompt for a project. As we work through the project together I help my students problem solve as issues arise. I believe this interactive way of teaching helps students learn quicker and more effectively.
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.
Class plan,work on groups,work one a one.
For most students or classes I start by teaching the elements and principles, along with the materials that we have. As we continue to work I encourage students to work with what they have, as we expand what they know.
My lessons are more practice, because you have to feel and live the illustration, we will know different techniques then you can decide your illustration style. We will start with base forms for release our hands making different traces. Put color in our draw is not always easy, we will know about chromatic circle, complementary colors, triads of color and color scale.
I pick up stuff according to student choice and creativity pattern and guide and provide shape to project. I also teach my style of painting, handicraft and fine art. I enjoy working on art projects and add creativity/ ideas.
I approach teaching by first assessing the needs of my individuals students, and determining how to meet them where they are in their experience level. I like to keep things light, and remind that failure is part of learning.
What's the point of learning if it's not enjoyable? My goal is to help my students with their personal projects and artistic goals. I'm here to help you develop your own artistic style using the techniques and tricks I learned in my years as an art student. I am mainly looking to teach those who are beginners in art, but I would love to share what I have learned with anyone.
I'm a laid back instructor who loves to help beginning artists build confidence in art step by step. We would start out with a basic foundation of drawing basic shapes, shading and skeletal line drawing for the human figure. With painting we would first by learning to mixing colors, then coloring basic shapes with various brush techniques.
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'm going to be your cheerleader first and foremost. Your art is your art. Your style is your style. No one else can create what you can create. No matter what level you are at, someone out there will find your art to be the most delightful thing they have ever seen and someone else will dislike it with a mad passion. The important thing is to work toward YOUR goal with your art.
Many people avoid making art because they think they have no artistic talent. Creating art can seem like a scary and unattainable goal, especially for those who are relatively new to the art world. I offer beginner-intermediate level lessons, providing the basic building blocks of 2D art, and helping students develop their inner artist.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
You don't have to be born an artist you can learn. I am pretty open about what I teach. I want to help you realize your hidden talents, then if you practice, even doodling, you can do anything. I have started a web site which sorely needs organizing but you can go there to see most of my paintings and inks & Artist cards.
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.
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.
My teaching method is really personalised because i want to understand very well all of the art tecnics and individual process about my students, so but i have 6 moduls that i used for the base to teach the basic about creative process.
My teaching method focuses on individuals. I typically start with getting to know each student and discovering what their skill level is as well as their goals and ambitions. I want to be sure that our time together is valuable and the information and skills I share will advance each student into the next level.
My teaching method includes demonstrations and active learning exercises for students to internalize specific learning objectives. I provide a historical background for this contemporary field of study and underscore the importance of materials and technique in the creative process. I utilize contemporary delivery methods with images of works of art from around the world and throughout time.
I am a resourceful and imaginative teaching professional, highly trained in a wide array of artistic mediums. I have a talent for instilling art appreciation and promoting creativity and open-mindedness in students, plus a proven ability to maintain a well-disciplined and highly-motivated classroom.
My teaching method is to take what students are interested in and use that as an anchor so they can understand what I am teaching.them.
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