I would like to teach art in a motivational way, where we can share interesting ideas and be in a comfortable space. I believe that learning art (and everything else) is without limitations and you can learn it at any age. Art is an amazing way to express your inner thoughts and feelings, it can be delicate or intense, and it can be a spiritual experience too.
This class is designed for complete beginners. I'll guide you through all the necessary steps to learn calligraphy: choosing nibs and paper, setting up and the best practising routine. Calligraphy is easy to learn, but like any craft, it needs practice.
I allow and invite people to follow their own visual voice through exploration & experimenting with multi-media. Non-judgement, encouragement and freedom of expression are key components of my teaching style.
My teaching methods can be varied by the group of students: for adults, I tend to introduce more of the background knowledge with their interest or field; for the child, I'd like to guide them follow their nature, to observe/discover the shape/color and connection of the nature and environment we live in, by this I will give some art knowledge points depends on the teaching situation.
I can teach all kinds of painting mediums like oil pastels, water colours, acrylic painting and knife painting. I can teach landscape paintings, still life and floral paintings (according to students interest) . i am willing to teach in groups so that children not only enjoy painting but also make new friends and learn other values like sharing and cooperation.
I am originally from London and have lived in several countries throughout asia. Most of my teaching experience has been with children, I would however also like to work with adults on a one to one basis. Composition, perspective and creativity are all included.
My teaching method is very hands on. I believe the best way to learn is to allow students to get a physical feel for the medium they wish to work in and therefeore can work through problems and together we find the solutions. I work with secondary school students to develop their portfolio for entrance onto university. I teach artsists at all skill levels.
My teaching methodology is to show that everyone can paint, I love teaching beginners as I can teach them the basics and nurture them along to paint confidently on their own. I teach many things that I found lacking in lessons I did when learning. We cover colour mixing, composition, techniques to achieve effects which enhance work.
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 have enjoyed drawing and finding Methods to help myself draw more realistic as well as cartoons. So, with art, specifying in drawing and painting I would like the student to get many different pictures... this is to help guide not copy someone else's work. It is a great way to learn unless you have a great memory.
I will ask what is the most thing the students interesting to draw. and will give them a guid to open the new angle for the art work. The structure will be the question, and discussion. research for good samples, and explanation painting method. Giving the drawing step by step examples then let tudent practice. and last is review for improvments and recomandation for futher training might needs.
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.
I base my lesson plans on what the client is interested in learning, whether that be a particular technique, style of art, or medium. A typical lesson will include information on technique, a time for practical application (with guidance along the way) as well as a final critique and homework.
I cover a broad range of techniques with a range of mediums varying from pencil sketching, watercolour, pastel to acrylic painting. Classes commence with basic technique skill, design and art concepts, usually working with one medium to begin with until the students developed their technique. As classes continue we increase the variety of mediums to find the ones that suit the student.
I would choose different painting works according to students' drawing skills, basically, I would draw with my students and guide their drawings. A cozy environment is important for drawing, so sometimes I would play music as well to make my students feel relaxed when they draw.
My teaching method is explaining the theory behind each technique, showing and then getting you to explore with your own techniques created from the theory! every artist and person is different so each art piece you create will be unique in its own beautiful way.
I base my classes on the age of the student as well as the level of skill they already have. For a younger student I will be much more animated to keep the attention of the child as well as keep them excited to create. For someone that is not a child I will base my teaching on their skill level and try to match their energy level.
I keep my classes open, fun and optimistic, while teaching a wide range of technical skills. I give in-depth demonstrations, discuss famous paintings, introduce ideas and artists from art history, and engage in one on one discussions of student's work.
My philosophy is to teach each student diffrently depending on their interests and ability, even in a goupe lesson. Everybody has something unique. My job is to find their uniqueness and nature it. Every age is welcome.
For the students to get interested in painting, I always start with a motivational class, So that they can look into the future. later on, my start from basics drawings, so that students get a strong foundation in drawing. And the next it is about playing with colours.
My teaching method is observational techniques together with the basic shapes and developing the subject that I am drawing. The drawing is firstly sketched on to the paper as a mapping of the whole subject before drawing the details.
I have a practical, kinaesthetic approach to teaching which is very hands on, practical demonstrations and activities for students. I also like to explain how design or art can be used not just for a gallery, but for commercial work, creating a passive income.
It is important to me to create a positive learning environment to ensure everyone feels comfortable to start creating. I usually begin with a few warm up exercises to help prepare for a more polished finished project. I am confident with drawing, cartoons, botanic illustrations, characters. I love colour and using acrylic paint. Creating beautiful mandalas can be a lovely meditative practice.
My teaching method is to keep things light, fun and enjoyable. I look at what motivates my students rather than following a rigid methodology. For example I taught adults and children watercolour and sculpture in Japan, drawing and colouring to English students in Singapore, singing and drawing in Vietnam and lastly made colourful board games in 2D and 3D to motivate children in HK.
I love teaching art to children. My philosophy is quite simple: To engage, inspire and teach art with age-appropriate techniques and subjects. 1. Ban pencils and erasers. Sounds harsh, right? I rarely use pencils and erasers in my classrooms with the exception of a few lessons for upper grades. The reason is purely practical: small pencil leads encourage small drawings. 2.
My mother taught me to draw portraits as a young child, therefore art has been a passion all my life. While I enjoy all aspects of art including landscape, still life and different mediums, however I mostly specialize in portraiture. My lessons usually begin with drawing, looking at perspectives and visual elements.
A standard lesson will begin with understanding what the student needs to learn in order to complete the task in question. I will help the student understand what is asked of them to complete the task and then I will show the correct design methods and tools needed to achieve this.
Hands on and lots of fun, these classes are sculpted around each student's personal needs and interests. For anyone who enjoys creating, I will design a class to suit you! My name is Alysha and I am a Fine Art Honours 1 university graduate. My skills span from an array for mediums and techniques to art theory and art history.
I take a student centred approach to learning, as each student will have different interest when it comes to creating. My lessons are geared towards advancing students skill development within their chosen subject matter. We will explore composition, colour mixing, shading and much more! For seniors in high school I can help create a University portfolio.
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.
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