My own art methods are based largely around the creative use of mixed media and salvaged materials in some cases. Projects are planned with a specific aim or goal in mind from the outset and linked often to previous historical art influences or genres.
My teaching can range from beginner lessons up to A-level and intermediate lessons. My lessons consists of studying artists great work, introducing techniques for areas such as life drawing, teaching traditional as well as digital methods of painting and watercolour.
My approach depends on your skill level but always has an emphasis on taking the complex and breaking it down and making it simple and formulaic so that you can really get a step by step approach so that nothing ever feels like your being thrown in the deep end. This I believe is the best way to teach figure drawing by going through step by step and approach it like you would building a house.
visual communication, verbal communication, interactive learning ,active participation, model learning, one on one tutoring, group communication, feedback to parents, formal and informal instructions, inquiry based learning, cooperative learning, student -centered and teacher -centered teaching, high-tech approach, low-tech approach, game based learning, kinesthetic based learning
From my perspective art is about the artist him/herself, thus I won’t be telling them what to draw. Instead, I love providing freedom to the students for their own idea, which will lead to an unique and meaningful art peice.
My teaching method is first seeing how a student draws, then walking them through the steps toward their desired skill. I base my classes on students interests and goals. I approach each topic by giving the student freedom to show their skill first and then adding constructive critisism and technique improvement.
As art is subjective towards the artist and the critic, I leave room for the students first to discover their inner artist. I would teach the techniques, which include, observing, shading, texturing, proportioning, chiaroscuro and countless other ones, then allow the students to place these techniques into use based on their perception.
I like to offer a traditional style of working and describe how this might be obtained though exploring the elements that go into the process. I also look at potential subject matters. I look at the use photography, sketching and gathering of source materials. I also look at materials and surfaces. My recent studies have looked at how landscape is explored by contemporary artists.
My teaching method is getting the basics right, such as drawing and colouring in, before moving on water colours and then acrylics. As a teacher I like to see what the pupil s abilities are and then I work from there.
My teaching method will be structured yet fun, I like to see people enjoying themselves while they learn. I have a lot of experience within painting, I have also studied 2 years of fine art at Aberystwyth university. Illustration is so expressive, you can show so much emotion through an image, without even adding any colour.
My art curriculum is an introduction to basic techniques of still art and progresses to landscape studies. Depending on the background, age, and learning goals of students I focus on different aspects of pencil and pen sketching from the basics of -lines, shapes, and textures, to the slightly more advanced perspective art.
I will ask for the experience they have and what are they really into. It's mostly about practising so I would be guiding the process.
I teach the teschnical part of drawing ,fashion design, painting and fashion illustration courses , after some time student will reach a point where I will help to the student to find his own personal way in art and design.
My Teaching methods are different towards every student since everyone learns differently. I usually help GCSE and A level students. I can provide examples of my work and the structures I've used previously whilst providing honest and constructive criticism. I like to think of myself as just a friendly student willing to help as much as I can.
I find what each students abilities are and help them find grounds to reach their potential. Approach their work in a positive way, this will allow them to make confident decisions and in turn create better work. Learning the fundamentals of art is essential and to get a rich understanding of this to start with is key in providing efficient progression.
I have a creative teaching approach to allow students to gain confidence and realise their capabilities.I would be very suitable to help young creatives completing secondary and further education in art. I will go through projects to help students realise how they could progress work.
My teaching methods are very practical and hands on, always encouraging growth and creativity with every lesson to ensure each student leaves with better skills and knowledge than when started. My lessons are aimed at people of all ages and backgrounds. Each class is approximately an hour long and however many weeks the student wishes.
my teaching methodology is allowing the student to express themselves and do what they enjoy, when the student finishes the artwork, i'll then help them to reflect on what they could of done better and give them homework to work on to improve.
I am qualified in teaching GCSE, AS & A Level, Arts Award Bronze & Silver. In the past I have run informal art therapy sessions for autistic students using 'Self' as a starting point to explore art and techniques. I am a happy and approachable person & believe everyone should have access to a creative individual education.
I am pretty flexible with teaching and will accommodate my lessons to the student. Adobe products are not simple to use but I will break down the basics of the main three programmes (Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator) and allow the student to approach a focus on an area.
My teaching method dipend very much on the student interest, his starting level, and what is his target.
I am a practicing visual artist and believe experimentation is vital and mark making in its broadest sense provides the tool to search and discover ways to create. I work within drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, papermaking, collage and bookbinding.
Being a self taught artist almost all my life has benefited me as i've always had the opportunity to find clever ways of developing my style of art work. I will be teaching my students this very same way of thinking in order to find their own unique style and develop on that to produce amazing art work at the very best of my students abilities.
I will firstly go through basic concepts firstly, then advance in techniques. Also I’ll encourage you to find your own style and explore different artists to create experiment with. I’ll suggest adjustments to ur pieces to improve, giving constructive criticism when needed.
The lessons offered are varied. From Fine line portrait drawing to 3D anamorphic designs. The taster sessions allow you to try out and explore which practice of drawing you would like to develop. They will take you through one , two and three point perspective drawing and how this can be used to develop portrait/character and 3D/anamorphic styles of working.
I base my classes in helping student find their style and what makes them unique in their art! I will often demonstrate too.
I like to begin by finding out which area the person(s) are struggling in, in order to help them maximise their skills. Discovering their own interests and relationship with the subject area will help towards narrowing down where the student want to strive to be.
My teaching methods would mainly be demonstration and participation, and the lessons would be fun and enthusiastic for the students who are learning.
My teaching method is very advice based! I believe all art is wonderful, but sometimes we need others to inspire us, give us tips and ideas to really excel.
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