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Before I begin, I believe in the individual philosophy of creativity. The art practice allows us to channel and question our meanings of life and explore the enchanted reality. First and foremost, I hope to assist my clients to briefly draw a map of their own past, present, and future with open discourse. By doing so, it will allow a better understanding of the individual pursuit of creative pathways and self-awareness in their creative journey. I can offer consultation and directional advice on the following subject areas: _____Academic applications for Foundation & BA degree level - First-hand knowledge and experience of art & design courses across the UK universities. - Assistance in choosing the best pathways & courses. - Portfolio inspection - tailoring the presentation & content of the portfolio. - Interview preparation - consulting on verbal ability & finding confidence in verbalizing one's work. - Personal statement - providing advice on the written statement for the course entry. - Development of art project & style - exploring the art project & artistic approach in relation to history, material, and personal contexts. _____Arts & Crafts - Assisting your technical art skills and develop them. - Creating a space to make art more enjoyable & approachable. - Organise experimentation with objects & found materials. - Motivate sketchbook developments, from inspiration to evaluation. - Basic guidance on Painting (oil, acrylic, watercolor) & Drawing (charcoal, graphite). - Foundational guidance on the following crafts: - Collage & mixed media. - Bricolage. - Filmmaking. I hope to stay flexible to client's pursuit of art practice and work, while I also expect to mentor their upcoming creative journey. My lessons can be adjusted to the client's interests and specific requirements. Most importantly, I aspire to create a fun & fulfilling time!
Arts and crafts · Studio art · Art
Arts and crafts · Art · Art history
HELPS WITH CREATIVITY The more you fill the pages of your sketchbook and flex your creativity muscles, the easier your ideas and imagination will flow. Sketchbooks are great because you're not confined to just drawing. You can use it as a place to explore different mediums, study different techniques, create color palettes, design patterns, and keep a collection of visuals that inspire you. Using a variety of mediums in a sketchbook also helps grow creativity. Even though I work on a computer all day, I still very much enjoy taking a step back from that to draw or paint, even if it's just a quick doodle. You may find that what you use as inspiration for your sketchbook and the mediums you use cross over into other work. For example, I love hand-lettering, and there are times that skill comes in handy for an editorial feature. What you explore in your sketchbook can open up new doors; it can help push you outside of the norm, where you explore new ideas and maybe even help you define your personal style. KEEPS YOUR SKILLS SHARP Keeping up a sketchbook is a great way to keep my drawing skills sharp. Maintaining that skill is important since sketching out ideas is a major part of my design process. When I get stuck on something, a pencil and a sheet of paper are the first things I reach for because it helps me unload a lot of what’s inside my brain and turn it into visuals. I can then see what ideas are working and what ideas aren't. Sketching is an important aspect of being a graphic designer, and I can see it being a very useful skill in other creative fields as well. By being a creative who practices and keeps your drawing skills sharp, you can quickly and easily sketch ideas that pop into your head and then save that sketch to refer back to when you need it. It’s also comes in handy when you’re trying to communicate ideas to others. Oftentimes I’ll be discussing artwork for an upcoming magazine issue with an editor and sketching layouts frequently comes into play. The ability to sketch has continually proven to be an important and versatile tool for me.
Arts and crafts · Art · Drawing & sketching
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Art classes! Children, GCSE & A-Level, Crafts, Specialised Watercolour & Gouache classes. (London)
Salome
Solome is very professional and very keen to work with children. My daughter enjoyed the lesson very much.
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