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Massachusetts College of Art
Wheelock College (Graduate Coursework)
In second grade, I started teaching myself to draw. Ever since that day, I have never stopped learning how to draw, paint ( in all mediums), sculpt and sew. Creativity gives me a voice and also brings me into the company of other creative and interesting people.
When I share my knowledge of art with others, I feel excited. If I am teaching someone, I always work to adapt to how he or she learns. At Mass Art, I loved group critiques because those moments allowed me to learn from my peers and teachers about how to improve and see in a new way. I try to be honest and kind at all times and would help my fellow classmates with a creative problem --color mixing, figure drawing, layout and design of images.
If you have questions about my abilities or strategies, please feel free to ask. Upon request, I can send samples of my art work. However, the goal is not for me to tutor someone to create as I do, but to for you to create your best with the techniques I share. In second grade, I started teaching myself to draw. Ever since that day, I have never stopped learning how to draw, paint ( in all mediums), sculpt and sew. Creativity gives me a voice and also brings me into the company of other creative and interesting people.
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