My teaching method is through the use of online courses, resources and practical exercises with individually styled lessons according to your current skill level. Learn shading, technique, framing, self-expression and how to identify and embrace your own unique style. Geared towards beginners but suitable for artists of all levels.
I teach both traditional and abstract Art skills. My philosophy is that a sound education in traditional practices provides the basis for student's later experimentation and students finding their own style. I have enjoyed teaching both face-to-face and online.
My teaching method is finding the passion and skill within each individual and bringing their creative sensibilities to the surface. Lesson structure would be based on the individual's level of experience and where they wish to go. Lessons are varied and interesting, touching many different genres and styles to form more of a base of knowledge and ability.
Observational drawing is based on drawing "what you can see". It is exciting to be able to interpret, express and develop your drawing skills at any level. If you have a desire to draw I can help you expand your abilities.
The approach is a coaching style which underscores the theoretical underpinnings in the Arts. I always encourage artists to go into the content of the artwork other than its visual impact. So part of the theories I teach is on how to develop a strong narrative in every artwork.
Art can be learnt like any other subject or skill. I have done a lot of drills and taken a lot of lessons to learn how to draw well, and anyone else can do the same thing. I firmly believe that art should be a fun and approachable subject.
I prefer not to lecture or teach a particular style but enable people to find their own way to express feelings, interpretations of their world and the subject matter they are interested in. I believe the process and completed work is more meaningful.
My teaching methodology is practical, hands on, wild and free. There is not one way to make art or be creative. Everyone can bring and offer something different to the world and has a unique approach to the way they do something. I really value this and aim to navigate this through teaching.
When I teach drawing, I give a chance to my students to choose a topic. And then, we are going to find what material and which approach will be good for describing the topic together. It doesn't have to be perfect like a photo. I want to help you to feel free when you draw what you want.
I am a well qualified teacher with a PhD in Painting and Sculpture. The lessons I teach commences with drawing and shading before the application of paint. in sculpture similar drawings lesson precede the molding of objects with clay before using the casting method.
My classes will be step by step, depending on your capabilities and skillset to start with. We can start with shading and understanding shapes, and explore different ways to express this. We will learn about the different types of pens, their thicknesses, and different styles of art.
The whole idea of my teaching method is to give students the freedom to take my method I teach and make it their own. The lessons will touch base on the basic elements of drawing/painting and will then use the basic elements to create a masterpiece that relates to each student.
I base how I help people around their own personal approach to art. As everyone's take on art is different and constantly evolving it's impossible to have one method of teaching that helps everyone. I use my own experiences with art to provide tips to point others in the right direction, and from there I build on the aspects of their own style that they wish to improve on.
My approach is to assist the student/s to develop the skills they need to pursue their passion and interest, I can offer individualised workshops and lesson plans customised to the needs of the student/s and can help them refine their career focus and interests
some techniques are not supposed to be texted or hilighted, It must be experienced, so that the suprise waiting for you, will really be a suprise, so i hope my point has been explained in a understandable manner i suppose, thank you.
Students that best suit me are children or teenagers that want to be artists but are not sure how to start or want to refine their skills and find their style. Students that want to do art but need a bit of guidance and assurance. Methodology 1st lesson will be more of a consultation, figuring out where the student is currently at and what type of art they gravitate towards.
Kia Ora (Maori for hello), my name is Lily I am a RMIT Fine Arts student, recently graduated from New Zealand. I have a burning passion for watercolour, and wish to share my skills with anyone who is willing to learn.
I have designed 3 different themes: STILL LIFE, ABSTRACT, and PORTRAIT. I start by guiding the students step by step to create volumes through the use of variety of tones and shades.
My teaching include not only to teach students art but also patience and discipline. Students feel comfortable in my classes. Students always enjoy my company and also love to spend time with me, I always use new methods of teaching.
My teaching methods are project based and students are introduced to specific materials and a variety of drawing techniques to explore the subject in many possible ways. Guided activities give way to encouraging students to investigate new techniques, to develop and apply them in to their own particular interests and directions.
I'm a very enthusiastic artist that aims to teach people of all ages , i teach by determining what steps to take in achieving & advancing past your goal . A regular lesson might include methods of inspiring , creating & improving your artwork & skills.
My philosophy on teaching younger students is to enrich them with creativity and inspiration. I believe that if students are too restricted, they will lose passion for the things they like. I also believe that patience is a vertue, I wouldn't want my students to feel pressured by the time, I would rather have them to carefully absorb the information I'm teaching.
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.
My teaching method is to first intrigue my students to believe their abilities to learn how to draw using basic shapes and then move into different medias to express their drawings.
I believe in learning by doing. I am happy to procure the material required for learning as well. I try to make the learning as easy and comprehensible as possible. No extra works and the learning wont feel like a burden.
I specialize in realism artworks, especially pet portraits.
I like to help my students build on their own concepts and ideas, making it possible for them to create their own art. I can advise students on how to use any of their chosen mediums from drawing with pencils, charcoal, ink and chalk to painting in oil or acrylic on canvas.
My teaching method is very simple but also flexible. I will cater my methods based on your goals or areas that you want to improve on and work on giving you tasks to do. These lessons will also be helping to guide you with exploring your creativity and improving your creative thinking.
Just as no two people are exactly the same, everyone's artistic approach is unique. So, when I teach art, I really try to understand where each student is coming from, and mould my teaching style to suit their needs, bringing out the best in them.
I help provide different techniques to students to help them find the perfect match for them. I give advise on how to improve drawing skills and how to improve their techniques. I am able to help tech them new and improved ways of drawing.
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