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 objective as a teacher is to motivate my students to develop their own interests and creative thinking, stimulate them to develop their talents and help to reach their goals. Our lessons will be intensive and fun at the same time.
I focus my teaching on initial to intermediate levels so you can have the proper ground to build up from. Thus, providing a solid structure is essential for me. I combine theory with lots of practice so that by experience you gain all the knowledge you need to succeed.
Depending on what technique you're interested in learning, we will start with the basics, without forgetting to have fun with it. We'll start by assessing your level and we'll go from there, every student is different.
I spent the last 25 years working in visual communications, as an art director, graphic designer, professor, freelance designer, and artist. Because of my variety of experience in art, I can offer a wide range of teaching styles and innovative experiences, this helps me to cater my lessons to every individual's needs. I teach a variety drawing, painting, and graphic design.
I am a facilitator with over a decade of classroom teaching experience. I give you small tasks to complete, and help you find your own way with the material. Art is something which is inside us but I can help bring it out.
Hi I’m Paul, I’m a professional visual artist and art educator. I embrace all levels; my lessons go at your pace, looking closely at shape and form. I will let you in on artist tricks guiding you through a piece, allowing awareness and delivery of proportionate work. If you’d like to move further, we will look at the narrative running through your practice.
I usually start checking the level of the person/people by making them draw simple things, in a first moment without any picture in front of them (to see if they can draw something just recalling their memory) and then with a picture. All levels are a good point of start. Practice makes perfect. Talent sure is a bonus but anyone can do art if they really want to.
I am a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art with a first class (Hons) BA Fine Art and am currently a postgraduate student. I have been teaching art to children and adults for the past two years, my approach always focused on the individual.
Many people think that drawing is all about the outcome, many others say its all about the progress, but I think that it starts way before all of that. To be a skilled drawer, especially in the respect of realism, one needs to practise with exercises that improvise hand-eye coordination and link both sides of the brain.
I am convinced that drawing, visuals and more largely communication are the keys to creative practices; I would like to share my design methods to embody your ideas and reflect your values.
The best way of learning is by getting stuck in, and I'd be tailoring each session to suit your individual needs.
Im professional visual artist interested mainly in figurative art with traditional approach based on Charles Bargue method of drawing. I give lessons to students on any level of skills and knowledge from beginners to advanced. I also help to prepare portfolio for students applying for collage.
Art has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, and always something I've loved to share! I have experience in sculpture, animation, illustration, as well as watercolor and acrylic painting. Students will learn through pursuing art they care about - the improvement will come naturally.
My name is Susanna Hotham I have a degree in Computer Animation from Bournemouth University.
I hold a BA in Visual Communication and an MA in Illustration. I have a total professional working experience of 5 years in the the Art and Design industry and have taught children and adults of all ages in Hong Kong.
Drawing is personal and is a way for us to learn so much about ourselves, I aim to develop the students technical skills along with their unique visual language
I would teach you the basics of colour, materials, and strokes first and we will create our own path from there!
I approach art to suit the individual but also aim to break the boundaries and help to explore the creative spark and translate it into an artistic form. I practice with traditional and expressive art with a range of lessons to fully understand your perfect style of drawing or painting.
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