My teaching method is mainly through demonstration and overseeing. I like to work alongside my tutees extensively and help them engage in the subject in way that is enjoyable and informal. My main objective is mainly to get involved with the materials, share techniques and overall have a good enjoyable experience.
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 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.
I am a highly motivated and conscientious individual with an exceptionally strong work ethic. My students are not only able but encouraged to contact me outside of their lesson hours as I give everything I can to each of my students. Every single lesson is bespoke to the student (or group of students) that I am teaching.
My teaching method is to use activities whether than digital or practical exercises to reinforce information about the subject being taught. I feel it is important for the students to gain an understanding of the process of taking an idea from initial conception through to a finished piece of work or product. Concentrating on research and design development.
My first concern is to get to know you, your interests, skills and passions. Being creative is a very personal and exposing thing, developing your confidence in your abilities as well as your trust in me as a tutor is key. Getting to know you will help me to form lesson plans that spark your own exciting ideas that projects can develop from.
I like to structure my lessons around relatively simple exercises to improve technique and confidence, alongside theory and art history guidance that will come in useful in future study, and pertains to the topic at hand. I pride myself on being friendly and approachable, and love curiosity in all its forms. I'm currently only looking to tutor hobby students, or those aiming for GCSE level.
I begin with a holistic assessment on the artistic skills of the student, this will consist of looking over past works/ current projects. Understand the practice of the student and begin an exploration into the development of the skills that make up that practice.
I have taught students from year 9 up to degree level in different approaches to drawing and image making. My approach is hands on and an introduction to different forms of printmaking, drawing, painting, illustration and concepts in art and design backed up by a strong knowledge of art history and movements.
I have experience in teaching Art to 11-16 year olds but am willing to provide support to younger or older years. I believe people learn best through visual demonstrations and questioning. I like to 'chunk' tasks and build confidence in a persons ability to be creative.
I am offering 1:1 or small group classes (less than 3 people) if you wish. The class could be via Skype or face to face in London. I have experience of working in different designer studio during my uni holiday, so both practical and academic skills will be given.
Art isn't about failure, it's about expression and thought. Good teaching doesn't teach you how to copy the masters, or lead you down one specific route. Effective arts tutoring helps you expand your own practice, it encourages you to face your artistic fears by challenging your knowledge and teasing out of you what you didn't know you had.
I have a very calm demeanour and offer a friendly and relaxed environment to learn in. Having gone to Art School myself I understand the pressure of the application process very well.
I focus mainly on refining artistic techniques and skills, like acrylic painting, sketching etc. I would also explore creativity and the ability to source ideas from a stimulus. If any help was needed with presentation of sketchbooks, I could advise.
I teach classes based on doing, it won't just be a page of instructions. I like people who ask questions and are very willing to put in the practice to improve. Lessons will be structured to how you want to learn and what you want to learn from me and what guidance you seek.
I approach each lesson by looking at your current knowledge, understanding where you are struggling and providing you with the tools required to get you over those hurdles and refine your work.
my teaching method is simple easy and clear to understand and gain knowledge of how the print making works. You will be able to then go onto develop and explore the medium yourself. can lead onto textile design and print work.
I have high expectation for my students. I inspire them by showing artist's work and through the use of techniques which either intrigue or link to their own personal interests. l can teach across all the age ranges, from younger children developing skills to degree level students with critiques and portfolio development. I have worked alongside the OCR exam board.
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.
I am happy to tutor in person and in larger groups. My work can be found on my website (concealed information) I am happy to teach individuals of any age and I tend to adapt my teaching technique based on the needs of the individual or the group.
Advice and tips on how to experiment with art, trying new things.
I teach with a very open mindset, I have high expectations of my students and help them to gain the skills and confidence to create art to the best of their ability, whether that means drawing a portrait, painting a landscape, designing an outfit or sewing a straight line.
Classes would be structured depending on what a student wished to achieve from the lessons. Individual painting or drawing lessons would be best structured as weekly lessons exploring different techniques each week to build up a portfolio of work. Most classes would revolve around making work allow I am happy to help with preparing portfolios for foundation or university interviews.
In my lessons we would go through the basics of are being, tone, texture, line and pattern. After perfecting these four elements we would proceed to doing different types of art mediums being acrylic painting, oil pastels and other type of techniques.
Each class is based on the student. They are structured accordingly so that every student can benefit from it. Art is a subject that is individual to ever person, hence each lesson is related to how the student will respond to it, and make the most of it.
My teaching method is by connecting art with the people. For me the better you feel and see throughout the material the best. As an artist I feel like, the more you connect with the artwork or with the artist the better, you can see the reason behind the art piece, which is the most important thing.
Welcome to the world of making. I am happy to have you join me to solve the most mysterious mystery of all times. It is a riddle that many have tried to solve, and have unfortunately enjoyed the mere process of solving so fulfilling that they’ve been stuck doing just that ever since.
You will be shown the difference between line and tonal drawing and how to use both in order to create a convincing realistic drawing, also how to avoid the common pitfalls beginners often find themselves in. At no stage will you be left wondering where to go next as each stage develops on top of the last, starting with simple objects gradually progressing in complexity.
I have a background in a range of subjects. I recieved mainly As for all my GCSEs so can assist easily in these areas and below. I have a good knowledge of History, Maths (GCSE - some AS) and English. My strongest subject area is in the creative field, I come from a very creative background and have an art foundation and a good understanding of how creative subjects are taught in schools.
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Perfect! Chris is a very knowledgeable teacher and artist with a good sense of humour. His approach to teaching is great, ensuring the student is always engaged and actively participating as he teaches. Looking forward to working with him more.
Perfect! Sophie is a fantastic choice for an art tutor.She is a delightful person with knowledge and skills that are sure to move you on with your art work.I have found that my enthusiasm and love of art have been rekindled after many years in a busy job. I...
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