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Speaks Hebrew, Russian, English
MFA Painting/Drawing from Pratt Institute
Awarded Walter Rogalski Endowed Scholarship from Rogalsky Foundation
I have been teaching professionally for more than 10 years. I can teach a total beginner and I guarantee a profound change in terms of his skill level after 2 months of an attentive following of my instructions. I like to watch the progress of my student and this is what brings me the best satisfaction in my occupation.
I think that every human being is unique with his own unique way of thinking and perception of common things. When teaching, I believe in dialogue, for this reason, I never record my lessons on video, except for the promotional needs. I like to meet new students, to understand their way of thinking and to invent the individual teaching approach or methodology for each one of them.
I am an academically trained professional artist with the overall working experience of about 20 years and an impressive record of exhibitions (two of them are museum one-man shows) in the USA and abroad. I am teaching in three languages: ENGLISH, HEBREW and RUSSIAN, representational, realist,
Speaks English, Russian
Teaches students 14 to 80
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate
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I use the traditional style of teaching. We start every lesson with an exploration of method and material, a short demo, and mistakes analysis that have been made in previous drawings.
I was born in a time of the Soviet Union. I paint in oil and pastel for the last 25 years. I have been teaching private students and college classes. I had no formal art education in Ukraine. Russian Art History was part of my education in History at the University of Ukraine. The most influen
MA from University of Southern California
Awarded Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives Certificate of Recognition from Massachusetts House of Representatives
Teaching since 2015
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 and teens, I aim to focus on strengths, while buil
Piano and Film Scoring from Berklee College of Music
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2008
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)
Bachelor of Arts in Political Economy and History from The Evergreen State College
Teaches students 5 and up
Teaching since 2015
I live in Seattle, WA, where I am a middle school social studies teacher and a freelance muralist. I have been been painting for the past 15 years, and teaching for the past five years.
Speaks English, Korean
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Teaches students 5 to 60
I have been studying drawing, design, and arts for more than 10 years. I have AAS degree in Illustration. I teach beginners, intermediate, and advanced students. I can customize the class to individual students, and focus on quality of each class. I can teach in various style to improve a specific skill that you want to work on! I can speak Korean and English.
I am a professional designer and artist. I teach students who are eager and excited to develop their skill in drawing. Everyone has an ability to draw very well even though you are a beginner, and they have their own unique style. I can work on both creative class to strengthen your style as an in
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