The most important aspect to remember in art is there is no right or wrong. No matter what you get told, only personal opinions can get in the way. I do not believe you can teach art as such, but instead find a solution that will open up possibilities and answers for the artist. There is no good technique are bad technique, it is what works for the individual.
Art and Design subjects are generally quite broad in how they are presented at GCSE and A2 level, therefore I will provide you with the skills to: - fluently evaluate your own work - crtically write about the work of other artists using sought after vocabulary and technical terms - structure and present your work in a cohesive way - gather research and generate ideas for your own work and...
Depending on the skill level and experience of the student we will do basic lessons indoor - followed by more advanced lessons in public locations - based on natural observations - and the most advanced lessons through imagination and literary descriptions of the buildings around us.
With teaching, I like to work on something that the student is passionate about. We all make our best work when we care about it, so ensuring that the student is working with a medium and/or subject matter that they enjoy and care about is paramount to both their learning and progression.
I can teach you to draw and paint still life and portraits by teaching you how to 'see' and show you how to eliminate the perceptions of what you know is in front of you. I can help you build your art portfolio and develop your confidence in creating art.
I love to offer a fun and productive environment where students can see their skills improve each time. I start off with the basic methods of shading & mixing paint, and then move on to forming a image.
I offer lessons for any young people pursuing an interest in art, including students working towards their Advanced Highers qualification. My lesson structure is defined by the student and their interests/skill level, however, I will assign personal research homework, and offer personal tutoring on techniques and construction skills.
My teaching is based on idea development classes, integrating contemporary art and themes into my teaching requires a shift from predominantly technique-driven instruction to idea-driven instruction. Many artists do not work in a single medium or technique and instead try to explore an idea, event, situation, or question through multiple media and visual strategies; I encourage this methodology.
I am a life community artist and qualified teacher who has worked for many years with students suffering mental health problems, learning difficulties and disabilities. I currently work as a free-lance artist delivering workshops over the years through local charities and Suffolk county council.
I base my teaching style on what has been delivered successful in the classroom, high expectations with a collaborative and creative approach, where it's fun to learn.
I approach each teaching session as individual as each of my students. And each session may require a different angle to which it is delivered to ensure a full and rewarding outcome.
I aim to improve my students' understanding and use of the formal elements, and build confidence in their abilities. This engenders an openness to experimenting, creating a breadth of more diverse and interesting work. I also help with essay-writing and annotating (the less exciting parts of the course), ensuring that the student can analyse work that is both their own and established artists'.
I pride myself in my ability to fully immerse myself in the ideas and concepts of the student I’m teaching. This helps me aid them in creating not only work which reaches school specification but also helps me aid them in evolving their own personal style, interests and ideas.
Gearing every lesson to the individual needs of the pupil to motivate, inspire and challenge in order that progress is made and confidence and self-satisfaction are developed. I teach in a relaxed yet purposeful style listening to the requirements of my students.
The ones I can give the biggest help is young students applying for art high schools or universities. I can help collect a portfolio for the application, get ready for the exams, or just simply improve skills for the lessons.
The way I teach will totally depend on you, and what and how you would like to learn. If you are a student pressed with an upcoming deadline, we can work together through you portfolio to give you the best shot at getting that coveted university placement.
I would like to teach GCSE students considering that I have previously done my GCSE's and have knowledge of what examiners are looking for when marking art work. My teaching methods consist of understanding what the examiners want to see in a sketchbook, what is considered as a good sketchbook, how a student can elevate their predicted grade and how to plan for their final exam piece.
I am a very calm person who aims to make people feel welcomed and relaxed. I truly believe in the ability of others and the benefit of art psychologically as a therapy. I want people to see their ability for themselves, so I will strive to push you to achieve your full potential and feel confident in the art you produce. My teaching style is fairly relaxed but I still work hard to guide others.
I approach each student individually and create a plan based on their needs and aspirations. Structuring sessions around key learning outcomes but remaining flexible to ensure creativity flourishes. I am most interested in creating industry relevant experiences, supporting students to pass exams whilst using my knowledge of the arts and design industries to inform projects and direction.
I can give lessons to anyone that is trying to develop their skills in drawing, mainly portraiture however if training is required in other areas i can try my best to assist too. I will teach them the basics of drawing and then I will develop the students skills by carefully analysing their art style and helping them develop it to their own unique perfection.
My approach to teaching is student led. I teach students what they need to know and what they are interested in. I can teach Art from 3 years old to adults. I can teach to any British examination board. I have skills in most Art mediums my favourites being, painting, drawing, textiles and sculpture.
I am looking to give lessons to either students studying art or anyone that has an interest in how to improve their skills and fluency. Art is a way of living! My lessons follow the needs of my students; what they're struggling with is targeted first.
My lessons include helping the student in either a specific area of art, wether its Painting, drawing or design. Then narrowing it down to a more specific route such as acrylic painting, illustration or graphics. I want to give my student the chance to be versatile.
I can provide a diverse teaching and learning experience that is tailored for any individual. I have experience in GCSE, A-Level, Art foundation and currently work as an Associate Lecturer in Fine Art. I am happy to share my practical, working knowledge of art making through a series of workshops, critical feedback sessions, 1-2-1 tutorials and mentoring.
I am very flexible and adapt to the needs of who I'm working with. In order to help you develop your artistic skills or expression I would give you ideas to experiment with e.g a combination of materials that I feel is interesting. If there's an area you're struggling with I can advise ways you can get passed initial struggles.
My teaching method is to tailor make the lessons to the student's needs, while setting them on the right path for top marks. My lessons consist on the sharing of ideas, the expectations of the exams, and the best way to make the art work more special to the student.
I have been a mentor for art students in my school for the past 4 years so I do have a lot of experience in helping students really identify their strengths. Personally, I am a big fan of letting students find out their own style, which is what has driven me this far with my own work. The world doesn't need another Da Vinci or a Dali... it needs someone new...
1st free half-hour lesson (not including travel) will be nice and easy, nothing too stressful, just a meet and greet and a few questions about you.
I cater each session to my tutees needs, depending on what they would like to get out of each session. We can then work together on setting and meeting specific requirements or targets.
The way I teach/ mentor students is to get you to find what you enjoy the most but also try and get the mark boundaries required by the examination. I will give few experimental challenges and tips on techniques but mainly make art which stands out from others.
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