University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (Art)
Hello! My name is Holly and I am a practicing artist, art lover and art researcher. I am committed to all things art and to the history of it. I studied studio art and art history in college and graduated with a 4.0.
While in college, my peers looked to me for help in their studies because they saw how well I was doing while they felt very far behind. I found through tutoring my fellow students, that I had a knack for it because most of the people I tutored started to get very good grades afterwards. The trick though is that the student NEEDS to be willing to learn and to put in the work. When it comes to art history, memorization is very important which can be hard for people. I have a few tricks up my sleeve when it comes to memorizing specific dates and time periods that helped a lot of my peers out during those difficult slide exams.
Apart from that, I am an excellent writer, but more importantly, I know where to gather the information needed for a good paper. I will not do the work for you but I will point you in the right direction. As for actual art like drawing and painting, I know that some art instructors can be...interesting. I sure had some art teachers that, although were very talented, were not very good at actually teaching the basics. I feel like anyone can learn the basics as long as they have a good teacher. After you learn the rules of art, then you can start breaking them.
I majored in art and minored in art history. I graduated with a 4.0 and earned my undergrad at an accredited university. I am a practicing artist, dealing mainly in portraiture in dry media but have plenty of experience in other media.
Please contact me if you need a teacher in my field! I do not judge as long as you have a willingness to meet me half way. I can provide resources and tips to get through those tough exams and intense papers. I'm fun and inviting and absolutely love to teach art and art history. Hello! My name is Holly and I am a practicing artist, art lover and art researcher. I am committed to all things art and to the history of it. I studied studio art and art history in college and graduated with a 4.0.
While in college, my peers looked to me for help in their studies because they saw how well I was doing while they felt
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