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Fontbonne University (BA fine arts)
I have a BFA from Fontbonne University. I am currently pursuing a degree to teach art k-12. I am fluent in freehand art, pottery, painting, photography, and sculpting. I have no limitations with mediums and I constantly find ways to think outside the box in relation to art and how I express myself with a piece of work.
The past two years have been spent with charters schools in my area. I have interacted with students from grades kindergarten to sixth grade. I've taught Spanish to grades k-4 and tutored fifth and sixth graders as well.
My ability to communicate with inspiring artist, while helping them to understand and apply techniques that displays their individuality through self expression.
Art professional seeking to inspire, educate, and guide inspiring artists through the many forms of art. I have a BFA from Fontbonne University. I am currently pursuing a degree to teach art k-12. I am fluent in freehand art, pottery, painting, photography, and sculpting.
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I've been drawing for 30+ years and in the process of finishing up my degree to teach art k-12. My educational experiences include many hours of observation and hands on classroom involvement. For the past two years I have had the privilege to teach and tutor in area schools.
I first experienced painting during my educational course curriculum to teach art k-12. I continually seek to expand my artistic abilities and I approached painting with an opened mind. Turns out my first painting was a success! I learned painting can at times be much more technical than you're average pencil drawing. I think that's what I love most about painting. I learned plenty about color handling, specific techniques, and when dealing with acrylics.