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Kendall College of Art & Design (Interior design)
I have taught art in a private school for 14 years and have given private drawing and painting lessons. I love all things creative and look for that in each person I meet. Not everyone will become a famous artist but we can all benefit from learning artistic techniques. I do not teach from a set regimen but prefer students to draw from 3-dimensional objects versus a photograph whenever possible. Each student is unique and so different skills/techniques may be introduced at different times.
I personally have drawing and painting skills that I can use to mentor students and believe that showing students as well as auditory instructions is to their benefit. I strive to make art fun in a relaxed setting sharing my love of art through drawing, painting, art history and theory.
Architecture. Through my schooling and growing up in a family of mason contractors, I am able to read blueprints and recognize different styles of building.
Art history. Visiting museums and studying art history in school and for my students has given me a broad overview of art history.
Art theory. I love this and base my lessons off of the elements of art and principles of design.
Drawing. I have taken numerous drawing classes and sketch often.
Painting. I have learned through color theory how to mix colors and have self taught myself watercolors and acrylics along with some painting workshops.
I would love to share my passion for art with you if you are 5 or older. I am available to teach after school and on Saturdays. Let's discuss what you would like to explore. I have taught art in a private school for 14 years and have given private drawing and painting lessons. I love all things creative and look for that in each person I meet. Not
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I took basic drawing 1 and 2 and life drawing 1 and 2 in college. I continue to sketch and draw and sit in on life drawing studios. I have created numerous drawing samples for students while teaching the last 14 years.