I believe drawing underpins all art disciplines. I believe everyone can learn to draw. I believe art can play a crucial role in well-being. My teaching method is inclusive of all age groups and all personalities with a focus in developing each students individual style. Perfect for high school students wanting to develop skills to support their HSC outcomes.
My teaching method is very practical and hands-on with a lot of emphasis on smart, thoughtful, and structured practice. During most of the classes that I teach, I do. Which means that I do a lot of demonstrations and paint overs for the students showing them exactly step by step what needs to be done to complete the work.
I like to approach my students with view to inspire an enthusiasm to be daring. Sometimes we will be hands on with instructions and other times will be lively discussion on the endless possibilities in front of us. We can never get bored with this type of exchange. Part learning experience, part therapy to break the shackles of conventional thought.
Individual tailored lessons based on the student's level of mastery. I like to see the student at their most comfortable and determine their strengths and weaknesses. I then give lessons and projects that extend the student beyond their comfort zone, with a final goal of advanced technical knowledge and print ready material.
I base my classes on the student. Students can either have me come up with a subject matter, or they can choose something they want to create on their own. I will guide them through the art piece while showing them techniques and art foundations that will stick with them through further creations.
My teaching method is by example. I have many topics by which I lead in a 'step by step' approach. Eye Observation. Imagination and Ceativity. Caricaturing (live and photo). Character Development....and many other topics...Guided by students interest.
It is important to find which medium, tools and subject matter work for you. This can only be found through experimenting! Be connected to your work...tell a story. I find my best work evolves over several courses and is telling a personal story...sometimes one I did not expect.
To learn water color painting, You should have patience. Best things always take time to become great. Brain is also best method. For it you need to do practice, need to use both brain at one time, Everything possible with right attitude.
My teaching method includes introduction to Art and Design and I work on how to think out of box with students, this leads to creativity and then I approach to skills of drawing and paintings. Painting of all style can be learnt through one skills.
Lessons are focused on students studying stage 4, 5 and 6 of the NSW Visual Arts syllabus of Making and Studying art. Outcomes are geared towards high school students however adult learners will also be challenged. Using my Aboriginal Art painting unit "Sacred Spaces" as an example I start with basic concepts such as aboriginal culture and the dream-time.
Nothing should be rushed, everything takes time. With this in mind I work with you step by step and line by line, I'll show you that mistakes aren't a bad thing nor do they mean starting over again.
My teaching method is really getting to know the student and how they learn. It is important that the student feels comfortable and heard. I like to move methodically slowly forming a foundation and building from there. I will also try to assess how much the student knows as to expand on the things they do know and fill in the gaps of things they dont.
My teaching method adapts to the level of the student that is, regardless if it is basic or advanced and we continue with classes separated by themes and we persist in the subjects that the student presents more difficulty. Use the student's hobbies to teach, making him comfortable and lively with development, always passing lessons for the day.
Having a structured background in both fine art and Russian language and culture, I am able to offer instruction in both subjects in a format that can accommodate the specific demands of the student's individual style and approach to learning.
My methodology is what they used with me in my classes years ago !: let the child experience for himself his style and his way of doing, and instilling in his step the technical aspects of perspective, proportions, color, etc.
My teaching method is based mainly on the understanding of what is being worked on, yes I like to be organized and to carry a structure in order to fulfill the stated objective but always customizing it to the user.
Regarding the courses, it is above all a moment of let go that can be transformed into a more technical course, for example by taking any object and reproducing it at different angles, during the course the shadows, proportions and others will be addressed .
I base my classes on a young and dynamic transmission. The goal is to progress quickly while fixing very good bases of design applicable to any style. Of course if it's about talking manga, there is the possibility to expand to the Japanese culture that contextualizes the methods of this particular art.
Addressing one topic / technique at a time, both theoretically and practically, from the bases to the specific knowledge, to achieve skills in all fields and to apply them according to your own taste. The lessons will be shaped on the student, on his abilities and his interests so that everyone’s personal expression can be freed.
I am 26 and offer lessons to people of all abilities, whether it be a child of 4 or an adult of 94. I have many topics pre-planned with steps lined out, but I can plan new lessons based on the desires of the student(s). I have tutorial sheets I have made that can be used as well for further reference.
I pride myself on delivering highly entertaining and informative tuition. I am methodical in my preparation and spend a great deal of time devising a sylabus. My approach is very hands on, I discuss caricature theory, spending time demonstrating producing a live caricature of someone in the group, before letting the students loose on an unsuspecting subject.
I got into teaching at first to supplement my income, but find I enjoy the work sometimes more than making art! It's been a pleasure to share my experience and knowledge, and make a point of teaching the students I have rather than a fixed curriculum. I focus on what they need to overcome hurdles and try to find ways that will help them best overcome hurdles.
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.
I work by learning process that goes from basic geometric forms to more realistic drawings, I try to let go of the artist's own trait, leave him free to create his works with the tool and technique that he prefers, always helping in his doubts.
I haven't a specific basic approach, it will depend mainly on what you want or need. The idea will be to build a method according to your expectations. I am patient and consider that the field of arts is accessible to all those who are be interested.
I developed course plans and implemented interesting and interactive material to increase children’s understanding and skills in a broad range of art fundamentals. Set and communicated ground rules for the classroom based on respect and personal responsibility.
- I teach individuals &/or groups of (2-4) - I recorded every session in high quality. - Students get to keep it as reference for ever - I use "teamviewer" for teaching & email for support. - you can attend lessons on any device, and still receive your HD recorded video.
I treat the field of Arts according to the interest of my students. I seek to project and educate them based on what they seek. I work both analogous and digital techniques, in the same way this depends on the interest of the student. I like to demand the student according to the abilities and the level he has and above all to have fun learning.
I like to explain my technique as something simple and easy to see for people who maybe dont see it as easy. These are things that some people may not see while starting or techniques that can improve your personal drawing tasks and make creating complex things, more simple.
My course aims to teach figurative drawing and methods to progress. Concretely, I approach the basic rules to represent objects of reality, then break them and invent his own characters, scenery and landscapes.
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