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Teaches students 5 to 20
BFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts
Daisy H.Book Now
I introduce a fun and expressive experience, along with a mix of traditional and abstract practice. Classes are for all levels of abilities, provided with materials for the first three classes. I will go through a step by step process of many techniques and show how to view your subjects at a more abstract form. I will be showing all of skills that i incorporate into my own work and share it with others.
Hi i am Daisy! Welcome to my page, I'm a professional artist, painter and illustrator who has been dedicated myself to creating art for 17 years. Exploring my own style of creativity and incorporating other techniques into my work. I started from drawing to acrylic painting observation and repli
Teaches students 10 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 2007
Jeff K.Book Now
I provide classical instruction in portraiture, still life and landscape in your studio or mine. In this traditional approach to drawing and painting, what will be taught and focused upon are perspective, value and composition in order for the student to develop strong visual language skills. The program of study begins with a specific focus on drawing, since drawing is the foundation upon which all great traditional art is built. Throughout this training, emphasis will be placed on accuracy, or more specifically, seeing and rendering correctly such things as line quality, hard and soft edges, proportion, positive and negative space through abstract form and the use of the full range of values.
I'm a graduate of Dean College in Franklin, MA and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston where I majored in art history and studio art with a focus on portrait painting and illustration. I continued further study at the Andeeva Portrait Academy in Sante Fe New Mexico, the Los Angeles Acad
MA from University of Southern California
Teaching since 2015
Teaches students 6 and up
Age-Appropriate areas of instruction include:
-Painting Techniques such as Layering, Mixing, Washes, and Glazing.
-Understanding Color Theory: Opposites or “complementary colors” on the color wheel; Painting with medium tones, so that highlights and shadows can be applied easily. Using multiple colors equals “depth” and “interest.”
-How to Mix Paint: Mixing using the palette knife, brush, on palette, or on painting.
I am a Grumbacher Art Certified Instructor. I am an experienced and accomplished artist; I specialize in encouraging students to explore their own creative style while also learning basic painting, drawing, and sculpting techniques. For children ages 4-11, I aim to focus on strengths, while buil
Glen D. B.
Speaks English, Tagalog
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Glen D. B.
My approach to teaching Drawing is a non-traditional, non-textbook way to drawing lessons. I will nurture the inner artist in you while having fun with it. I know that it can be intimidating at first, but drawing is supposed to be fun! I'll show you how. :)
Or If you feel the need to something more than just the basics, I will instruct you to further your technique and skill in drawing, free you from the creative blocks you may have, and help unleash that inner draftsman!
About Glen D.
Hey there! I'm Glen, a self-taught artist since my days of the crayons. I've graduated to better mediums since then. I'm a retired street artist who specializes on portraiture in most mediums (Wet, Dry, Aerosol, Airbrush, Digital Painting, and Tattooing). Currently, I'm a freelance graphic designer
J. Paul W.
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaching since 1993
Teaches students Male: 10 and up; Female: 11 and up
J. Paul W.
Very experienced painter
About J. Paul
Teaching art has always been my passion and my students respond well to me and my teaching style. Many of my students have gone from not even knowing that they had any real artistic ability to going on to pursue college level art or pursueing artistic careers. I have students from years ago that w
Awarded Presidential Fellowship for Professional Development from Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah,
Teaching since 2000
Master of Fine Art, Drawing and Painting from California State University Long Beach
There are so many reasons to learn to draw. Perhaps you are applying for college and want to strengthen your portfolio? Maybe you changing careers and need to strengthen your visual thinking? Or you may just want to learn to draw for fun. Whatever your reason is, I can help. I have been teaching drawing for 20 years and I’ve worked with students of all ages, from young adults to retirees. There seems to be a notion out there that “one must have a talent for art before they can learn to draw. ” One thing I can say for sure is that this absolutely NOT true. With the right knowledge, a strong desire to learn, and a willingness to try, anyone can learn to draw.
I teach students how to draw from a classical studies background, but I believe in nurturing the uniqueness of each student and honoring their learning style. Unlike a classroom setting, a private lesson frees us up to build the lessons specifically around the student's goals and needs.
Do you want to learn to draw/paint or improve your work? Are you applying for college and need portfolio advice? Did you want to get back into doing art after many years without it? Are you a mid-career artist and just need some feedback and a new perspective? Are you changing careers and nee
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