Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Sculpture)
I am currently in art school at PAFA. I have taught private art lessons for the past five years and I like to focus on skill building in a creative and imaginative way, and incorporating multidisciplinary arts in the learning process. I believe that our connection to nature is important in fostering an artistic appreciation, so I try to get outside and use natural processes as much as possible. I specialize in ceramics/sculpture, as well as drawing, and painting. I am also able to explore acting, singing, and other arctic mediums. I love working with kids (and adults!) of all ages and can tailor a program specifically to meet the students needs. I am mainly here to be a support and guide in artistic exploration, whether you want to focus on fostering creativity and imagination, or work on sharpening your technical skill.
I have experience as a teaching assistant at the Playhouse West Brooklyn Lab. There I organized and led group rehearsals. My background as an actor gives me the confidence and ability to speak in front of others
I have experience in many artistic fields including drawing, painting (watercolor, oil, acrylic), and sculpture. I also have studied printmaking, photography, theater, and singing. I believe that all artistic disciplines inform the others, and the more you know, the more your art is informed.
There is are few things I love more than sharing art with others. If you are interested in gaining skills and having a creative outlet, please contact me! I am currently in art school at PAFA. I have taught private art lessons for the past five years and I like to focus on skill building in a creative and imaginative way, and incorporating multidisciplinary arts in the learning process. I believe that our connection to nature is important in
Rates are Flexible depending on the situation and the amount of students I have.
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