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Teaches students 5 to 75
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
High School Diploma-Visual Arts from Baltimore School for the Arts
Self expression through art is an amazing experience. It's personal on all levels.
The most fabulous thing about being an artist is that boundaries regarding creativity are non-existent. The artist is always in a state of learning. Art is a progressive practice that takes time to develop.
Materials are not included.
Materials needed are pencil, paper and a willingness to explore.
Drawing lessons will be assessed based on the individual's current abilities and their goals.
In my sessions, I am more than a teacher, I am a mentor and a counselor, I promote positive energy for positive outcomes. I am not an Art Therapist. I've thought about becoming an art therapist but I really didn't want to go back to school. However, my resume includes graduating from the Ba
Teaching since 2019
Teaches students 16 and up
Rebecca A.Book Now
I have very advanced knowledge with photography and photoshop and not only would I be helping you with photography. If you are interested in video editing. I can also teach you a lot of video editing skills. I can also help you build your portfolio. A lot of art school require that you have a portfolio, I can help you with that. If you don’t have a professional DRSL camera that okay as well. You can use your phone as well. I can teach you how to take amazing photos on your phone and photoshop it. I have taken a lot of photos on my phone that as ended up in my portfolio. So I hope you consider learning from me.
Hello, my name is Rebecca Ayodele , I have taken college classes and self taught my self in both photography and video production. I have professional software that you are free to use during your lessons. I can help you build your portfolio for art schools and/or college. Most of the time, we wil
Speaks English, Spanish, Portuguese
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 6 to 80
First thing I do before first day of class is send out an enthusiastic email and call shortly after. Briefly discussing and establishing the learning goals for the course based on the visual literacy,technical,and intellectual competencies the students should achieve by the end of a period is ideal for me to design the course or update an existing course for the student's desired outcomes. The syllabus and the schedule are completed along with a comprehensive strategy for what will take place during class.
I go by Ms. P and I have a huge passion for teaching music, art and photography! I am from a musical and visual arts family in Brazil. My background in music ranges from classical, gospel, pop, rock and jazz and my background in photography ranges from portraits, street photography and fine art. I’
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Awarded Dozzi Scholarship from Carnegie Mellon University
Teaches students 10 and up
I've created many cartoons in the context of illustration, comics and 2D animation. My specialty is in expressions, character designs and story-telling.
My recent (on-going) achievement with cartooning includes a graphic novel/webcomic I've been working on, "Dinnersaurus Rex," with hundreds of subscribers across all websites it's been hosted on. I've also created many 2D animations for clients in the past.
My mission is to spread this knowledge of cartooning and to help achieve the goals of students.
I've been working professionally as an artist since 2009, making graphics and illustrations for clients and having worked for Disney Research for just over a year. I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Bachelor's in Fine Arts in 2012. I'm currently a freelance artist, but I also love
Speaks French, English
Teaches students 4 and up
Teaching since 2005
Alicia W.Book Now
I have years of experience working with children aged 4-19, and adults who are anywhere between starting a hobby to perfecting painting techniques. Of course, beginners start with basic techniques, but I like to work toward a completed painting within 1-2 hours, when using acrylics, 1 hour or less with watercolors, or approximately 10 hours with oils, due to the drying time required. Everyone likes to end a lesson with something solid to show their progress.
I paint with acrylics, watercolors, oils, and epoxy resin. I don’t have a preference, as each medium is fantastic in its own way.
So you’re considering painting lessons... Excellent idea! Art lessons encourage you to use your imagination, and they help develop hand eye coordination. They’re a fun activity for children’s parties, a great way to get homeschooled children together for socializing, a fantastic introduction to a l
Speaks English, Music
Teaches students 1 and up
I've been drawing my whole time practically, and it's something that I always want to be doing more. Whether it's looking outside at the still landscape, or recreating a moving scene, drawing has always been a passion of mine.
I can help you with putting what you see in your mind onto paper more genuinely. We'll work on perspective, scale, color gradients, shading, detailing, and much more.
Hi! I'm Dr. Jonathan Saraga; professional musician and educator living in New York City. I have been working as a trumpeter, composer, arranger, and studio musician for almost 2 decades and have been teaching full-time for the past 7, which includes nearly 3 at the University level. I have nearly 1
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I was fortunate enough to participate in one of his workshops almost a year back. This review is based on the amazing experience during the workshop and highly beneficial interactions with him beyond that.
The workshop itself was wonderful. Jonathan made sure that every participant understood exactly what he was talking about on a one on one basis. ‘Patience’ - the virtue great photographers are known for was on display live. There were beginners, intermediate and professional level photographers and each of them learned a lot from Jonathan and from each other. The biggest impact was the photography community feeling Jonathan created in us and all of us interacts with each other even after a year and learn together via social media groups.
As part of the conference, there was a street photography session where we interacted with strangers and got their photographs. It was a great experience. Being new to Minneapolis and from a different culture and upbringing, this experience helped me to gain a lot of confidence and finally I was able to come out of my shell.
The best part about Jonathan is, he helps me out so much with my photography even months after the workshop. Also, he provides the opportunity to assist during photo shoots which help me a lot to learn just by observing. It really really helps me improve my photography knowledge and experience.
I would definitely recommend Jonathan to anyone who is looking to get into the photography world. He is such a great teacher who will inspire and be with you throughout your journey!!"
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