With these classes, I offer a first free 30 minute session to see your requirements whether you want to get more intuitive expressive work to get into Art college (I know how it feels I was there once!) or to loosen up your drawing skills for your work, self employment or hobby aims.
I base my classes primarily around the student. There is not a strict regiment and i wont force you to draw anything you don't wish to. My classes range from learning how to develop and structure your sketchbooks for GCSE and A-Levels, through to hobbiest artists and other aspiring comic artists that need guidance in drawing, publishing and advertising.
I believe in teaching naturally to the students wants and needs. I adapt and change all sessions in relation to the students level. I will always motivate my students to the best of their abilities and want them to achieve their best possible outcomes. I believe everybody is capable of learning, if they are given the resources and encouragement to learn.
My profession is character and environment drawing in cartoon movies or series. Because drawing a deformed cartoon character requires a good knowledge of anatomy, I’m also very good at drawing human anatomy, human poses, light and shadow.
Art is fun! I structure my lessons to reflect that. I split the sessions between practical and theoretical waves in a way that they will complement each other without overwhelming the student but rather emphasising what the theory has to say with the practical side of things. All in all, I love to get hands on the work. It is art after all. p.s: I also teach collage sessions if interested.
My teaching method depends entirely on the student. I am invested into the psychology of learning, particularly neuroplasticity, and can offer a very personal, efficient and effective way of learning.
I enjoy pushing the boundaries by creating exciting new teaching approaches to the area. I enhance learner engagement and understanding by demonstrating a broad range of creative processes in a visual and practical way, making every effort to ensure my lessons are engaging and innovative.
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 give guidance to students and I help them with the technical art and design process. I give them guidance through the project briefs by brainstorming and researching. I am a great researcher and I cam help students with personal statements and University projects.
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.
My teaching method is to get to know the individual first, see what they need help with, and then go from there. I am experienced in various subjects involving the visual arts and would be more than happy to help develop other students abilities.
Secondary school Art teacher with Masters degree in Fine Art with experience of teaching GCSE Art , A-Level and BTEC. A practicing artist with a love of drawing, painting and sculpture. A broad knowledge of both Contemporary and Historical Art. I am an enthusiastic teacher who loves helping individuals develop their confidence in their own artistic skills, in all areas of Art.
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 base my approach on a partnership very much under the humanist philosophy of building empathy and trust, geared to involve the learner at each stage of the decision making process. Through building up a rapport with students i can adapt my methodology towards individual learning styles.
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.
I do not have a standardized approach but will devise a plan of action according to each individual students strengths and weaknesses and their desired goals, helping them to develop the most creative approaches to the art and design briefs their courses set them.
First of all, I like to make the students at their ease and see what is their level of knowledge on the subject and reassuring them that from where they are they can achieve their goal. I give them personalized homework based on their skills in order to bring forth their talent and potential.
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.
I tutor people from all backgrounds with varying aspirations, whether they want to practice art as a hobby or go on to study at Foundation or Degree level. Lessons are tailored to the person or the group, there is little structure with the emphasis being on freedom of expression & experimentation. My aim is to inspire & for the students to enjoy what they do.
I work with people from no experience to those wanting to go to art college and beyond. Drawing or mark making is the basis of all art and design. I encourage people to use a sketch pad make observations. I like to encourage and inspire.
Art lessons are student centred and tailored to suit student interests and ability. Lessons are designed to be inspiring, challenging and engaging. I have taught KS2- A level across a range of abilities including SEN, gifted and talented, as well as A star student GCSE and A level students.
I would adapt to meet the students needs in the sessions, what ever your level I can provide a fun, relaxed but productive environment for you to freely discuss, create and push your work, I am able to help with practical skills with sewing/embroidery and use techniques to inspire more of a journey from ideas to final projects, I also felt so can teach methods to create more interesting...
My teaching methods vary according to the needs of each student - classes and 1:1 sessions are organised in a flexible way so that beginners can learn the important basics that will give them more confidence as artists, while the more experienced can build on their previous learning and develop their ideas in different ways.
I am open, reflective, philosophical, creative and hard working. I've learnt a lot over the years from my experience of working creatively in and out of education. Whether your project is part of your studies or something personal, I can be very helpful and supportive in giving you ideas, skills-sharing, focus and motivation for your project.
My teaching method is to get stuck in-get messy! First I'll give tips and an important lesson on paint brushes! I'll move onto different techniques of painting and what paint to use. Then will have a refreshing swim in healing artwork.
I take an individual approach to each project as the process will be unique.
I can teach you the art method you wish you learn and then take it from there. Each lesson is an hour duration. The lessons progress each time - with a project-my showing you how to draw or paint as you go along- until you feel confident enough to do it all by yourself..with your finished project.
I base my classes and my work around the medium that is being used at the time, as to fit the best flow of the lesson. I approach each topic by explaining the medium used and why it may be better than some other mediums using examples of work. I also look at other artists work as examples as to best further my own style.
I can work with everyone from complete beginners to degree level students and base the lessons on practical exercises and additional projects to top-up the one-to-one training time. I create tailor-made, structured yet fun classes that help the student along and work at the student's pace.
I am a very calm person who aims to make people feel welcomed and relaxed. I truly believe in the ability of others and want people to see that 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.
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