This is a blunt force journey. I'll show you the tools and techniques without making you feel inferior for not having studied art your whole life. Together we will make art. You will not be asked to compare your blooper reel with someone else's highlight reel.
When someone realizes that they can make art all by themselves, when they realize that the creator's spark is past of our DNA, I become elated.
Intelligence with humor
He teaches Artists to not give up. Practice every day. Not to compare your work to others, but to embrace your skills and creative eye.
He explains artistic concepts in plain terms, allowing all levels of artists to benefit from his experience. His sense of humor brings his teaching to life and makes it access for all! He genuinely cares about your artistic growth!
The Artistic Biker makes you immediately comfortable and his belief that everyone is creative radiates from him and makes a safe, comfortable to stretch your creative wings. He is a talented artist and brings a sense of great joy to even the simplest creative endeavor. He can teach you to let go and have fun - it's what he's all about.
Find out what their goal is. Tailor lessons based on their skill level and understanding. Include quick lessons to allow them to progress and see achievement. Constantly move them toward their goal.
Absolutely none. I am self taught except that i am married to an art teacher.
$25/hour private, $5/he each additional student. Max ten students.
I was born with a teaching soul.
Children, adults, internet
I had a student tell me she was inspired to create on her own. Does it get better than that?
Make sure they speak your language at your level of understanding. By that I don't mean english/spanish/swahili... I mean "paper" and "canvas" vs. "substrate"
Where do you want to go? Is it your intent to be a professional artist? Are you a hobbiest trying to better understand color theory?