(University of Texas at Austin (Art history and anth)
I have been studying art for over 15 years. I am certified in code welding, welding inspection, non-destructive testing, art metals and metal sculpture, Cooper smithing, glass blowing, stained glass leaded and copper foil. I have an associates in the applies sciences of welding in the specialization on art metals. I also have a bachelors in anthropology and art history. I am the owner and operator of a multi dimensional mixed media artisan based company focused on altering the constraints on humanity one person at a time.
I believe the betterment of society rests in the minds of its citizens and the psychogeographic effects of society on the individual. Through many facets of art can the individual find peace, acceptance, and an understanding regarding human nature, society, and that relations created between civic duty and the aesthetic eye. Today's society doesn't leave room for aestheticism short of the capitalist endeavour to devour and diminish the individual away from creative thinking, innovation, and thus evolution. Art should seek to not just impress but inspire and create a personal dialog progressing the mind into a state of equality. Therefor, teaching your child at any age can help evolve their individuality and thus society as a whole.
I have already worked with other children ranging from ages 3 to 13. I specialize in teaching children the technical side of art while allowing them the freedom to create without invading their individuality.
Learning to express oneself is important to children and adults. Art can provide an outlet for emotion, a place to sustain self esteem and acceptance, and the ground floor to self discipline, work ethic, and motivation. I have been studying art for over 15 years. I am certified in code welding, welding inspection, non-destructive testing, art metals and metal sculpture, Cooper smithing, glass blowing, stained glass leaded and copper foil. I have an associates in the applies sciences of welding in the
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