Salem College, Winston-Salem North Carolina (Studio Art)
With my background in studio art and art history at Salem College, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College and Guilford Technical Community College, I am confident that my proficiency in 2-D artistic technique, attention to details, and interpretive comprehension of 2-D and 3-D art would prove beneficial to the success of your artistic objective. I have been exposed to many aspects of the art world through my participation in non-profit organizations and events, such as The Rowan Arts Council’s student exhibitions and as a docent for Waterworks Visual Arts Center. My experience also extends to building an exhibition and collaborating with other artists through the creative process to meet common goals.
My academic experience has enabled me to familiarize myself with providing analytical class lectures on interpreting art, and to give instruction on media application and/or composition through group critique in a private and/or classroom setting.
Since 2009, I have been accepting commercial and private commission work, which has enabled me to develop time-management skills for meeting deadlines, and communication skills with clients that are necessary for executing work that meets their artistic visions.
I have a deep appreciation and love for visual art. It is my passion to provide individuals with a more thorough comprehension of art, and to pose and/or answer the questions that facilitate artistic growth for future artists.
With my background in studio art and art history at Salem College, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College and Guilford Technical Community College, I am confident that my proficiency in 2-D artistic technique, attention to details, and
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