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NESA, Mass Coll of Art, Gordon College (Graphic and fine art)
Along with my continued study, at Gordon college, I have studied with many professional artists, either one on one or in a small group. Learning is life long and acquiring the skills to succeed in any subject is crucial to love the learning process. After my studies at New England School of Art and Design, I was hired as a graphic artist at a major corporation. As a Senior Technical Artist I was awarded a monetary award in excellence for work on one of the first computer-generated manual. I have also acquired professional fine art awards in watercolor, oils and acrylic.
I understand color theory and the difficulties one can encounter trying to learn it. All the basics of art comprise art theory and are necessary components to become a master in any of the concentrations. I have a strong working knowledge of perspective, color theory, composition, light, form, space, line, design, and texture useful for drawing, and painting. I have a 4.0 and understand the artist's need for Art history and when and where to turn the student's attention to specific works of art.
If you want your hard work to pay off in better grades and better understanding of the subject matter, I encourage you to contact me. Schedule a lesson and see for yourself. Along with my continued study, at Gordon college, I have studied with many professional artists, either one on one or in a small group. Learning is life long and acquiring the skills to succeed in any subject is crucial to love the learning process. After my studies at New England School of Art
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