Provide individualized art instruction (in person or online) with Classical training in Painting and Drawing to students of all ages, from children to high school students to adults.
Develop students' skills in a variety of media, including oil, acrylic, watercolor, and pen and ink.
Assist students in preparing portfolios for university and graduate school applications.
The lessons focus on classical training and techniques in painting and drawing. The curriculum usually includes observational drawings of classical casts, still-life and landscape paintings, and the study of human anatomy.
However, individual needs and preferences are taken in consideration.
For those applying to college or graduate school, a strong portfolio will be developed during these studies.
For more information please visit Anatol Woolf Art Studio: http://anatolartstudio.com, and http://anatolwoolf.com
I often develope strong friendship with my students and I enjoy interracting with them, joking with them, and having fun working on their projects.
I am a beginner student with Anatol Woolf and he is extremely knowledgeable and patient. He not only teaches technique, but guides me through the process with clarity and understanding. His work is amazing and he shares his knowledge of all he has learned over his many years as an artist. Thoroughly enjoying the lessons.
Exactly what I was looking for. He helped me refine my skills and provided me with numerous techniques.
At the beguinning I discuss with a new student his/her goals, preferences, strengths or weaknesses.
Bechelor degree in Art from St.Petersburg Art Lyceum at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. Masters degree in Art from St, Petersburg Theatre Academy.
$50 per hour for individual lessons.
$45 per 45 minute lesson
$75 per 90 minute lesson
Оne month advance payment is required.
I started teaching over 30 years ago in St. Petersburg, Russia
I worked with students of all ages, from small children to high schoolers to adults.
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