I am a Highly Qualified and Skilled artist who has a strong grasp of different painting mediums like Acrylic, Charcoal, Watercolor, Oil, Multimedia, Black Japan etc.
I have a Masters Degree and practicing artist. I have also worked on some projects with the Women's Board of Columbus Museum of Art and also hold a certificate from the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York
I also have an extensive background in Art History and related genres of art practices across the globe.
I have taught multiple ages and skill levels from beginners to skilled artists and helped them move along with their passion / careers. I enjoy the challenge of teaching and can adapt to your learning style.
My works are available to be veiwed on Behance.com under the Name 'Aparneet Mann'
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1. Assessment of students requirements and current skill stage
2. Setting achievable goals and making it an enjoyable process
3. Using time efficiently to prioritize areas of learning
4. Customized learning to student's learning style - Visual, Imaginative, Physical, Aural, Logical or Verbal
Masters degree in Painting (Multiple Mediums)
Other Areas of discipline - Art History, Art Literature, Workshops.
Professionally sold art work in group and solo Art Shows.
Standard Pricing - $100 for a 1.5 Hour lesson which include
Introductory promotional discounts up to 20 %
- 20 min prep
- 1 hour instruction
- 10 min recap and planning
I started teaching in group workshops since the first year of college helping junior students and beginners learn. Also helped prepare mHigh School Students for Art Colleges.
I did most of my teaching as a part time income generator in between selling of my own work and during college education.
Middle and High School art students, stay at home mothers, beginners and varied skill level from other design backgrounds.
The Decorators Show House presented by the Women's the where I donated a 3' x 4' work of mine that was valued at $5,000 opening bid. The proceeds went to the welfare of the Columbus Museum of Art :)
Keep an open mind. there is no right, wrong, perfection or faliure in art. It is just a process and a constant pursuit of improving your skills towards excellence.