I love seeing the progress students make when attending my sessions. I work hard to make programs suited to your goals and take in your feedback for a better experience.
Before our session began I had a clear idea of what I would be learning with their program. They also made it so easy to understand the material and I felt comfortable asking for different explanations. I was surprised by how many things they do in art which has allowed me to learn even more!
I will ask questions about your interests, skill level, goals, learning style, and expectations to give me a better understanding of what you are looking for.
I have over 12 years of experience crafting and creating art in my free time. I also have been trained in school and have a degree in Fine Art
There are many things that I consider when providing a quote.
My first job was a pottery instructor. I learned I could take my passion for art and teach others how to create too.
I have worked with students of all ages ranging from preschool to adult.
My last art event was with a corporate team. I showed them how to make a mini plant shelves to give them a little green at their desk and a "feeling of zen while crafting".
Find a teacher that is willing to give the the attention, patience, feedback and skills you need to learn what you're interested in.
Students should ask themselves,
Are my goals/expectations going to be met?
Did I learn something new?
Do I feel free to speak up when I don't understand something?