I have an AFA in photography and currently attend Maryland Institute College of Art to get my B.F.A in photography. I have been trained in the basics of painting, drawing, and sculpting. Recently I taught art classes for students ranging from ages 4-12. I also worked with 6-year olds as a camp counselor. Going to school at MICA gives me the advantage of being in Baltimore City pretty much every day. As a college student, I can be flexible with scheduling. I also have many of the techniques currently in practice so they are fresh in my mind when I teach.
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Art is awesome in itself but there is something special about kid art work. They have unique eyes that have not been trained to think about things a certain way. I love looking at their interpretation of life through art.
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First I like to see where they are comfortable first. What is their style, technique, ect. Next, I like to introduce concepts building block style. For example, learn primary colors and experiment with mixing them together. I prefer to introduce a concept and then let the child experiment and discover. At the end of the lesson, we discuss what was learned. I also like to keep a sketch book with the student to chart progress.
AFA in Photography
College level courses in drawing, painting, sculpting, and photography
Taught at Camp Rock, MD as the Art teacher
I charge $25 per lesson. We would need to discuss supplies. If you have them I will not charge if you would like me to get them I would charge you for the supplies plus a $10 fee for going to get them.
Working at a summer camp previously mentioned, Camp Rock, MD.
Elementary and Middle School (4-12)
I asked several students ages 4-6 to paint a colorful umbrella. The way they creatively painted the umbrella was so varied and different it was the coolest thing to see the creativity.
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