Join me for the creative unleashing of highly effective processes of learning success. Your instruction will include: A. creative problem solving (unleashing the genius within) B. formation; a foundation is planned (architect) C. building; drafts are written (carpenter) D. finishing; the writing is polished (finishing editor/proofreader) I've used these guiding principles countless times in my life. Just as a jeweler would not be able to sell rough stones, Jill would not have been able to make anything in the publishing field without employing these principles. Her college papers would have been fair to dull rocks. She can say this as the daughter of a bricklayer who was the son of a stonemason in a familial line that dates back to middle 1600. So, of course, I did learn about laying bricks and throwing rocks too. Not very many structures stand the test of time when we throw rocks (rough drafts). Only with this brick, mortar, and finish will the building stand. But enough about my lineage. My capstone point is that the finishing point of any building or writing should communicate a great product. In creating this description I had the above principles in mind. My college papers, business papers, copywriting, web designs, resumes, and even informal conversations are inclusive of this process of which proofreading is a vital component. Why? Well, I might want to throw a rock at myself if I assume myself incapable of accomplishing as much. And as the daughter of a bricklayer, I think I know about bricks and buildings, and mortar, and capstones such as proofreading. So now at my concluding paragraph contains the capstone of what is called proofreading. Proofreading, as my gem of a teacher told me, is constructed with similar principles. It contains a precise methodology which assures great communication. I would like to involve you in this structure. Please step in the door so I may explain the steps involved in editing and proofreading as art, the elements and principles of Art and English as your toolkit, and design as your structured building of success!Show More
Awarded Kappa Delta Pi from SCSU
Teaching since 1992
Teaches students Male: 15 and up; Female: 12 and up
- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I rather prefer to categorize this as mixed media modern freestyle since abstract went out of vogue in the late 1970's. You may call your work whatever you wish.
When you have a lesson with me, I will offer you an artistic license all your own, and I can engage you in profession picture framing techniques as well.
If you want to do this on the computer, well and good. One of my studio techniques is Adobe Suite and other similar art programs.
What about the tools and techniques? I've faux-finished a few houses. Some would call it Venetian plaster technique, some might say it's sculptural, some might call it textural, some would adhere to the outdated slang of abstract. So this should signal to you that your painting has employment possibilities which extend off the canvas. I hope that's one reason you find this subject interesting.
Another reason to paint is for the sheer meditative mindfulness and healthy perspective you will gain. See you there!
Experienced I offer valuable information you would pay other editors tens of thousands of dollars for. As a graduate honored with a kappa delta pi status, I had artistic license to write my own curriculum for the most prestigious private school in town, where I taught art to 7th through 12th grade. I have a love of creative thought and promise to inspire my students as we conquer the artful use of linguistics, the knowledge of root meanings, how to sketch or paint visually or literally, and production of professional outcomes.
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