Amazing kiln glass & glass photography/ tabletop photography classes & private lessons!
I love using light, shadow & color to create mood!
I have been taking lessons from Larry for the past 5 yrs. He is so easy to understand, visualize, making sense of his lessons. Stays on subject gets students involved in the learning role. I will continue taking his lessons until he stops. I have taken lessons with other Artists and left doubtful or afraid to ask questions, with Larry the comfort is there so the learning is easy. Love him!!
Larry is consistently patient and really encourages the student/artists to stretch themselves. I took my first class from Larry about three (3) years ago and had my first gallery exhibition this month. I’d say that indicates something about Larry as a teacher and mentor.
I typically meet with the student in person, learn about their current skills, goals & aspirations & then we set out a specific, measurable plan to insure that the student meets those goals. I am a technical & artistic advisor, but also an accountability partner & a source of inspiration & encouragement!
I’ve been creative all my life & am almost completely self taught! I’m a model of what can be accomplished without art school or formal training!
I typically price by the hour or, if hosting a group class, by the class.
High demand for the technical knowledge, the high quality of my work & the fact that I’m an excellent teacher, led to any erous inquiries for private & group instruction.
I have worked with students of all types, ages & interests!
One of my glass/photo students, who started this journey 3 years ago, had his first gallery show just 2 weeks ago! To see my students learn, grow, overcome technical & creative obstacles & blossom, is why I teach!
Look at the instructor’s work.
Ask for a student reference.
what are the student’s goals?
Are those goals specific, measurable & realistic?
Am I willing to put in the hard work in order to achieve excellence in this?