First I think it's really important to learn that painting is not just about the outcome of your piece but the journey that it will take you on. Letting go of any insecurities and fear of "not doing a good job" or "not turning out how I wanted it to". Being open and free to believing that it's okay to make mistakes. I believe lessons like these are essential for everyday life.
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 style is helping build confidence in the students own abilities and unique talents. Sharing my passion and knowledge and building a strong foundation for the student. I have a strong foundation in art and design and have studied and master my craft for many years.
My teaching method is I work intuitively and I have a core belief that everyone is creative in there own way I love working with colour and I combine the creative process with a range of techniques to support your outcome.
My method of teaching is straightforward. Learn the basics first, have fun and the rest will follow. I have taught cartooning one-on-one and in group sessions of 12. Whether you want to learn for fun or profit...I can help.
My teaching methodology is based on a communicative and creative approach. I use the everyday situation, movies, literature, popular culture, history, and many games that awaken the creative side of my students, while I also use certain techniques to improve their skills.
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 started learning art when I was a kid.I opted Art as one of my subject in high school. I am in teaching profession for more than 11 years. I sell my paintings in Amazon (India). I start with teaching how to sketch with pencil, then I tell about colour contrasts and finally I teach painting with brush. Later if student is interested, I will also teach the acylic fluid art..
My teaching methodology is based on layering techniques, colour theory and sensitive composition. I guide students on how to create a painting based on a chosen design/theme/photograph teach them to accurately 'build' the painting through a step by step process.
My teaching method is very self-paced, I cannot move on from a topic if my student doesn’t completely grasp it. I am also a very ‘black and white’ learner-I can’t understand something without order, so I try to implement the easiest, most straight forward methods in my classes.
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.
I teach by demonstration using step by step and working with the student to help them to create a piece of given art. The student is supported whole way through the process as we all work together. They go away with an experience they can try for themselves.
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 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 to begin by going over the last lesson we had and then continuing to the next lesson. I believe that revision is very important in learning anything including art. I am always asking what the student would like to improve on or work on during the session, making it their decision and keeping them apart of the process.
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.
I provide a fun, no-pressure, no-bullshit approach to teaching that caters to individual student needs and desires. Whether you wanna become a better comic book illustrator, or you wanna have your work exhibited in galleries, or you just want to learn how to draw and paint as a hobby; I'm here to entertain and support you.
My main objective is to find a way for the student to express themselves and find their own style of art, a lot of artists are stuck in a "technique" mindset and they fail to produce something unique. While teaching the student the fundamental techniques of drawing and painting my ultimate goal will be the development of a unique style that the student can call their own.
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.
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.
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.
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.
My preference is to work with my students. To gain a clear understanding of what they wish to achieve. I also like to get to know what their strengths and weaknesses are, to get a clear picture of where the student requires the most focussed attention on. Overall I believe art is fun and enjoyable but also a fantastic way to express ideas.
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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