Cre8ive Arts

Cre8ive Arts

4.7 (3)
1 employee
25 years in business

About this pro

As a certified visual arts teacher of grades pre-K through college level, and privately, I have taught in private school, college, and the public school. I have practiced as an art therapist as well. Forty five years of professional experiences have aforwarded me opportunities to work with all ages, all abilities, disabilities, and more. Presently I am still certified with an active licensure. I now teach in college. With the coronavirus situation, I have successfully taught online as well as in a private studio or home setting. Before the pandemic, I also taught internationally in China, South America, and Central America. 

I am a painter (acrylics, watercolors, oil, multi- media) as well as a ceramicist and print maker. I have had incredible success helping all of my students with their accomplishments! Visual arts is as a tool for relaxation, cognitive perception and empowerment. I am looking forward to working with you. You will enjoy and learn from my talents and teaching experiences. 

The work is exciting and fun, and opens creativity, challenges, perceptions and confidence for the student. Teaching and assisting the learner is always a passion for me as I can observe the progress along with them. 

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Credentials

NO POTOMAC, MD 20878
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3 Reviews

4.7

  • Eileene Zimmer

    Challenged to paint in different styles. Encouraged to find a variety of subjects. Shown different techniques to make paintings more interesting.

  • Nora Stevenson

    She is a wonderful teacher. She works with you, wherever you are in the process. She encourages everyone to try, and gives great, personal feedback.

  • Ethan Simpson

    She’s an extremely supportive mentor even beyond the classroom. She’ll tell you exactly where you have room to grow while letting you know the progress you’ve already made. Introduces to you new techniques and styles and encourages you to work outside of your comfort zone. Extremely outgoing, awesome experience in her class overall.



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Each student is individually assessed, depending on innate artistic abilities, talents or level of present skills. Modeling and demonstrating with the student will help to set the scaffolding of personal instruction. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

45 years of successful teaching,

degrees from U of MD, and Johns Hopkins

Professional artist 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I charge $50 per hour for private lessons in person. For remote lessons I charge $45/50 per hour. I always give extra time at no cost! 


How did you get started teaching?

I studied art as a child at the Maryland Institute, then tutored while an undergraduate student. Teaching was one of my degrees. 


What types of students have you worked with?

Autistic, mentally and emotionally impaired, physically impaired, geriatric patients, senior citizens, college level, pre-K-grade 12


Lessons offered

Watercolor Painting Lessons Painting Classes Drawing Lessons Illustration Classes Abstract Painting Lessons Acrylic Painting Lessons Oil Painting Classes