I have been teaching artistic processes in schools and in independent workshops for 20 years.
I enjoy teaching adults and children
I am passionate about creating art and I enjoy imparting that love in my students.
I have proven techniques that will have you composing wonderful works of art in no time at all.
Unlock the secrets to create visually interesting art pieces in one project!
Some areas I specialize in are:
AP Art Preparation
DSLR Photography instruction
Making art is integral to my life. Sharing what I know is very satisfying. Using both studio and digital tools allows me to teach in a wide range of art mediums.
Sarah makes the experience fun and creative. No matter your skill level or experience, her lessons are going to be fun and you will be thrilled with the jewelry you will make under her skilled guidance.
Sarah provides beautiful sample pieces as examples, followed by detailed instructions from bead selection to handling tools. This is a great way to learn how to design and fabricate beautiful and unique jewelry for yourself and your friends.
Sarah Butcher provided our branches with a very engaging program that brought timely digital information to our school age and teen audiences. The program could easily be adapted for adults to provide a wealth of information to those wanting to perfect their digital media artwork. Sarah was professional and creative in her presentation.”
Sarah does a great job planning and leading fun, creative lessons. Participants are actively engaged, and have a great time!
I assess your needs and we discuss a plan.
For example how many lesson are needed, what supplies and processes will we be using.
I have a Bachelors degree in visual art. I have been teaching for 22 years.
I charge approximately $25.00 for a group lesson and $35.00 for an individual lesson.
I have always created art and pursued a career as a professional artist. After being in business, I became the middle school art teacher at Maryvale Preparatory school in 2000. I later became the head of the fine arts department there, where I taught high school and middle school art.
I was the head of the Fine Arts department. There I taught Digital Media, Studio Art, drawing, painting,2 D and 3 D design
3 D modeling and printing,graphic design, web design
I have worked with students as young as 6 to adult.
I have taught middle school, high school and led workshops for adults
I recently started a jewelry making workshop I call BeadSocial. I led a wonderful group of ladies in a private home on a recent Saturday. The group create artistic jewelry that I have designed. Guests were very excited to be able to leave with two pieces of custom jewelry with fine materials for a very reasonable price!
Look for someone with experience in the the specific area that you want to learn. Ask specific questions that relate to your needs.
Students need to determine the scope of their endeavor. Is it a long term need or just a workshop?
Is the instructor really qualified to meet your needs. Who is providing the tools and supplies?