The Artist Loneschach has studied for a decade in some of the most prestigeous and well-recognized art schools around the world such as:
The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LA)
The Grand Central Academy of Art (NYC)
Laguna College of Art + Design (Laguna beach)
The Florence Academy of Art (Italy)
10 years of painting and drawing experience and 5 years of sculpting experience.
The artists looks to cater each class depending on what the student needs and wants to learn, unlike most art teachers and schools which force their ways on to new students without taking into concideration if their way is the best way to craddle creativity and a love for art.
For more information check out https://www.loneschach.com/
I've taken 2 lessons with Loneschach so far and look forward to more. He is knowledgeable and well trained in techniques as well as that natural gift that some have. He's great at guiding you back to your goal when you stray without feeling criticized. His suggestions are always constructive and you can tell that he wants you to succeed. I recommend Loneschach Art 100%.
I always start by asking them what it is they want to learn, do they have any inspirations? any particular artists they want to emulate? from there I develop a series of recommendations and lesson plans to get us there.
Students are also welcome to show me anything they are currently working on or have worked on to see where they are or what they can imporve on current projects, but I prefer to start from scratch, just a vision or idea and then build towards that.
2017 Second year at Florence Academy of Art, Florence, Italy.
2016 B.F.A, Laguna College of Art +Design, Laguna Beach, CA.
2015 Study Abroad, Florence Academy of Art, Florence, Italy.
2012 Summer Intensive, Grand Central Academy, Manhattan, NY.
2010 Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Los Angeles, CA.
2009 The Design High School, Highland Park, CA.
1-2 people = $25/hr for minimum of 2 hours for first lesson
3-10 people = $30-$60/hr
In school, I always gave advice to the younger students or even to colleagues who were struggling with certain things, from there at the Florence Academy we were always encouraged to go into the 1st year's studios and talk to them about their work.
recently, I have been teaching drawing classes at the Dark Art Emporium Gallery in Long Beach.
look for someone who won't talk to you about art like it's a set thing, art is always changing, alwasy evolving and anything and everything can be art.
Don't get stuck with someone who will endoctirnate you into their belief system unless that is xactly what you want.
a good art teacher is one who gives you the tools to achive what you want to express better, not one who tells you how to think or how you should or shouldn't express yourself
Am I just doing this for fun? or am I serious about persuing art?
how many hours do I realistically have available on my schedule?
can I deal with having someon harshly judge my art? even when it's deeply personal? Can I be objective about my own work?