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 will be teaching and breaking down each fundamental step that is essential to creating your dream paintings that you envision. I feel there are eight parts to the fundamentals of drawing and painting and these fundamentals can help in all mediums of art. that are simplified for anyone to understand.
my teaching methodology is use the tools, methods and techniques that can be used in making art works. I want to teach students that want to learn the basics of drawing, painting and printmaking. Usually, this means looking at using the various media and techniques to make individual artworks.
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.
Concentration on the individual.allowing the individual the private space to grow at his or her own pace,with frequent feedback.Emphasis on preparatory work is as important as the finished product.art is experimental modelling of possible forms of life.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 allow the student to inform me of their interests and goals, them there I construct a program, activities to boost their confidence and abilities. I like the student to keep their work in a folder so they can reflect on the lessons and projects they have constructed.
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.
My Teaching methodology is Inquiry based where I encourage my students to explore their desires, passions and interests when creating and expressing themselves through art. There is no need for Art experience as my classes are intuitive and non judgemental.
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.
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 method is to develop a visual language through the development of personal mark-making. I specialise in drawing (observational drawing), oil and acrylic painting, pastel drawing techniques and watercolour sketching techniques. I also teach printmaking processes and techniques, and photography.
My teaching method is one that allows each students quirks, preferences and styles to evolve. Even if they are learning a technique they will still be able to produce works that in time will develop their signature style. Which in the art world is what you are known for, people look at your work and knowing it was created by you.
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.
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
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.
I will present an artist (only 19, 20 and 21 century) by choosing a famous masterpiece and we will debate on. It will be interesting to know if you like or dislike it, sometimes artists produce to chock the society ! I will learn you to decipher masterpiece throw colours, structure, creative method used.
I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours & and a Diploma in Visual Arts Secondary Education. I have also exhibited my own artwork extensively throughout Australia. I believe Art is driven by both passion & a learned set of skills. I can assist with school curriculum based art practice as well as designing an individual art practice for adults and young avid learners.
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.
I love teaching from basic to advance as many people wont to knowing but it also depend on the knowledge of the person. Mostly i would love to teach children as i love playing with them and teaching them art.
My teaching method is one whereby the students' own style and techniques are brought to the fore. I am interested in the students' ideas, along with the already existing history of art, and where those students' ideas fit. This can be done by mostly the discussion and demonstration method.
To be sure of your tutor's teaching and lesson quality when learning Oil Painting. We collect authentic testimonials of former students, reviewed & guaranteed by Superprof.
Perfect! Eleni is a great teacher, she is kind, bubbly, talented the lessons are very fun. Ive learnt to draw in different ways using different techniques and different things. I also have gotten way better and improved at drawing.
We have thousands of Oil Painting teachers online to help with Oil Painting lessons.
Find a Oil Painting teacher near me to help you or your kids with Oil Painting.