Nottingham Visual Arts Lessons for Seniors
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High School Diploma-Visual Arts from Baltimore School for the Arts
Teaching since 2003
Teaches students 5 to 75
Clay sculpture (polymer, water and oil based clay) Online Only
Students are responsible for purchasing their materials.
All lessons will be assessed based on the individual's current abilities and their goals.
For virtual sessions, the student will need to create a conducive workspace that will allow teacher/student viewing of art work in progress. The student will need a workspace with lots of light. Often, I will ask to see the students progress, so that I may be able critique and give advise on their work in progress.
For short-term sessions (virtual or in-person), the teacher and student will collaborate and determine how the student will get the most out of their session.
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 the Artist behind JFA Studio in Baltimore, Maryland. However, my resume includes graduating from the Baltimore School for the Arts and continued studies at the Maryl
The lessons fees are very reasonable and Sharron is very flexible when it comes to scheduling.
Overall, definitely worth it. We will be continuing with Ms. Sharron for quite a while.
Teaches students 7 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Bachelor Of Fine Arts with a major in painting from Tyler School of Art, part of Temple University
I want to help you to become a better artist and have fun while you’re doing it! My style of teaching is to tell you about powerful ways to approach your drawings that will boost your technical ability as fast as possible. In other words, I’m going to help you to make your art look like the thing you’re drawing. But I won’t rush you through it! We’ll take as long as you need to get a good understanding of the most important aspects of the lesson. We can focus on what you are most interested in learning about. Want to learn how to draw faces better? Or maybe improve your proportions for drawing a full body person? Pets, landscapes, still life, it’s your choice because I work for you. Each of these are unique subjects, but there are certain fundamentals that apply to all of them which I will help you with to give your drawings more of a “pop out” look! Some of those things are learning to see values (light and dark), negative space, and how angles and relationships of different elements
I want to help you make huge leaps in your skills to become a better artist than you even thought was possible! Whatever you want to create, you can do it! Private lessons can save a lot of time and keep you on the right path for your personal individual needs, where ever you are on your way to be
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2008
Piano and Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music
Want to know how to take great photos? I have been a photographer for nearly fifteen years creating mostly landscapes, macro, wildlife, night and architecture. My photos have been displayed at art shows and sold numerous times at the Mass. College of Art annual auction and give tours local to the Boston area. Boston Common, Arnold Arboretum Great Meadows in Concord, MA. I am knowledgeable with Nikon, Canon, and Sony cameras. Please tell me about your photography background, what you want to learn, what camera and lens you have, etc.
Hello, I am a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston with a degree in Piano and Film Scoring. I have been shifting some of my students to online classes but will come to your home or to me wearing a mask for now. I teach Piano, Film Scoring, Ear Training, Conducting and Photography. I
He's got a cornucopia of musical knowledge that's evident from how speaks to how he teaches. If you like any film score, chances are he knows how to play it.
Speaking as a beginner, I can say he's been very patient and knows a bunch of exercises and books to learn everything thing from theory to practical pieces to finger exercises.
He provides constructive guidance on what you're doing wrong, and I'm happy to see myself improve under his tutorage. (oh and if you're a sci-fi fan, you'll have a lot in common with him)
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
Fashion design and Fiber/textile arts from Maryland Institute College of Art
Brandy studied drawing and painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art and received a certificate in painting from Parsons School of Design in NYC. She has won many awards and exhibited her work around the U.S.
Students will learn how to draw and paint using a variety of mediums such as pencil, pen and ink, charcoal, and watercolors. Lessons include learning to draw from life observations and photo references, learning about light and shadow, contour, line quality, anatomy,, perspective, color theory and more.
My name is Brandy I am an arts and crafts instructor with 10+ years experience teaching students of all ages and backgrounds. I have recently relocated to Garner, NC from NYC and am teaching the following: Sewing and Fashion Design: Hand sewing, Machine sewing, Custom garment making, Patternmaki
Bachelor of Science from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Teaching since 2004
I hold a BFA in art/education and with 5+ years teaching all ages in painting (acrylic, oils, watercolor), printmaking, ceramics, and metalsmithing. I continue working out of my studio and sell my work online. I (along with my team of artists) won the Chronicle Award for Best Mural in Austin for the mural Le Bonheur Le Vivre on 24th St. & Guadalupe. I look forward to teaching you all about art!
Lisa has been a teacher and tutor since 2004 and is currently available to teach lessons at your home, at her studio, and online. Lisa received her training at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and Texas State University with a BFA and holds a current Texas teacher certification in grad
Teaching since 1995
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Museum Studies from Tufts University
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Time Travel to Ancient Japan! Learn about how the tradition of manga comics started long ago. Sketch, blend, and overlap colors with illustrative markers. Draft images of silly dragons, charming creatures, ghosts, and goblins. See Hokusai's wave. Meet the great ancestors of Pokémon and Totoro.
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Learning ART at home can be fun, stress free, and exciting. Learn how to create images in photorealism and/or with creative interpretation and expression. I can work with all ages from preschool to life-long-learners in retirement. Find your creative outlet and connect with the vitality of the wo
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