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Hi i'm Tabitha! Having just graduated with a first in 'Technical Theatre Arts, Design Realisation' from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, I specialised in scenic art and painting which has taken me to work with alongside ITV and transfer my creative skills to the Sydney Opera House where I worked in the scenic art department. Alongside this I was able to achieve a high A* in Art at GCSE level and A grade in Design Technology at A-level. I have a great experience working as a scenic art coordinator and with painting day in day out. I am keen to teach others, who like me, have the brightest passion for painting, creating, drawing or whatever it maybe! I will be able to help you with fine art, painting in acrylics and oils, pencil drawing, scaling up, finishes and lots more. I hope I would be able to assist you in the correct path towards become a fine artist and help realise your ambition and talent. I am a true believer that everyone is good at art, it just takes more time and practise for some! All the best :)
Create with Love...the process is the best part of it! I'm Cecilia, a Mexican artist who loves to explore new creative avenues whenever I can. For as long as I can remember, my life's passion (and a challenge) is experimenting with colours and materials using life and culture as an inspiration! I offer art workshops in drawing and painting for kids 5-12 and adults. During my classes I include practical and theoretical exploration of art. I will give you an in depth look into my favourite art supplies and how to use them properly, you will learn different techniques and fun new ways to use your paints mixed with other mediums and supplies. Painting can be intimidating, but it can be easy and fun with my simple direction!
Drawing & sketching · Painting · Arts and crafts
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
Trusted teacher: My Art Class is a moment where I pretty much spend the time teaching painting techniques (sketching, water colour, acrylic, oil, etc....) and notions of Art History simultaneously, navigating through the artistic ages of the past up to the present day. Also I do have an Italian language class where students are individually focused on learning the grammar and composition of the Italian language so that you can easily use it in written and verbal communication. Search: Italian language
Arts and crafts · Painting · Art history
I am a Royal Academy fine art graduate and have taught for many years, teaching all ages and abilities. These classes are for everyone, whether its for pre-school children experimenting making masks, puppets or paintings, student's needing support with their portfolios and sketch books or those who are complete beginners and want to learn a new skill. These lessons will be adapted to support each students particular need. My goal is to help individuals to get the most out of these lessons, supporting them to gain confidence with creating artworks and gaining skills using different painting and drawing mediums and lastly (but most importantly) to have fun!
Studio art · Arts and crafts · Art
I believe that art is a great way for individuals to express themselves and often a very good stress reliever! Children have the opportunity to assert their creativity and discover what materials and media they enjoy working with the most! In this class, students have the space to explore their love for art and use their imagination to create their very own masterpieces! This is not only for children but for teenagers and adults alike!
Arts and crafts · Painting
Throughout my four years of study in the “Dimitrie Paciurea” Art High School in Bucharest, I was able to study art in depth and in its various manifestations, and in doing so I was able to see the glimpses of the subconscious mind set as reflected in art. My teaching method is based on communication and experience. By that I mean that, I approach my students with curiosity, promoting their researching abilities. Moreover, I deeply analyse and question the meanings of their chosen topics of inspiration, in order to offer a better understanding of the symbolic meaning behind their though process. Likewise, I promote freedom of choice in their subjects with guidance throughout each project, and encourage originality and ingenuity. Thus allowing them to understand themselves on another level. Subsequently, due to my experience in working with disabled children I have understood that the subconscious is present in any creative project hence why if I suspect that the child is going through some hard times I will immediately offer feedback to their parents. Altogether, my final goal is to understand the hidden meaning of the hints left by the subconscious, through our day to day life, and inspire others to adventure in this journey
Drawing & sketching · Painting · Arts and crafts
Fine Art can be a confusing, and often inaccessible subject. However, creating and engaging with art can also be empowering once you have the understanding of contemporary art practises. It is my intention to engage both children and adults in creative play, and discussion, to create exciting lessons. Lessons will often be tailored towards the individual's interests, linking them to relevant artists and artistic practises. A wide range of materials and processes will be explored in the lessons, including painting, drawing, sculpture and digital art, allowing students to find their strengths. As a Fine Art and History of Art graduate it truly is my passion to ignite, distill, and grow a person's interests in Art, Design and Art History. I have experience in creating and teaching lessons for students of all ages, from 4 years of age up to adults. I also have experience tutoring GCSE and A-level students in the trickier aspects of a Fine Art qualification, where jumping through the hoops and tick the boxes that the exam boards require can often take the joy out of creating. My aim is to help students get the grade that truly reflects their engagement and enthusiasm for art, guiding them through the certain requirements that can often feel confusing or frustrating. Whatever level of understanding and ability the student may have, these lessons will be challenging, creative and rewarding.
Arts and crafts · Art · Art history
I am very good at artwork and I love painting nature and wildlife, people and pets , animals too. I also love photography and pottery and ceramics. I like cooking and baking as well and looking after animals. I am very enthusiastic and keen to start a new career. Because to teach clients and people how to do photography and artwork.
Arts and crafts
I am a university student who specialises in tutoring English Lit/Lang, History of Art and Creative Arts to school children ranging from 11-18. I scored highly in both my GCSEs and International Baccalaureate, and would love to help improve children's confidence and abilities in these subjects, whether they are working for a small test, for GCSEs or otherwise.
Arts and crafts · Art history · English
My sessions would include; Set Design – How to read and analyze a script/story, what to look out for, and how to breakdown each scene. Creating visual research and mood boards and how to make clear initial sketches in whatever preferred medium, (pen, water colour Photoshop etc) An introduction to modelmaking, making basic furniture, and miniature rooms. Costume Design – Looking at costume history, how clothes have changed through the ages, and what shapes and silhouettes fit what eras. Costume drawings, looking at how to draw a clear design that could be understood by the whole creative team, as well as working with mixed media in costume design, ie. collage, photo shop. A look at costume making and sourcing, how I work as a designer when I am doing my own costumes, how I source, make or alter different items. Puppetry – An introduction to puppetry, the history and basic different types, marionette, bunraku etc. How to make your own bunraku puppet, all you would need is cardboard and gaffa tape. How to make shadow puppets out of card and straws, and how to rig a sheet and light so we can perform them.
Tutoring · Arts and crafts · Art
I offer help in GCSE, A-level, and applications for Art Foundation and BA Fine Art courses. Having been through it all myself, I base my teaching on my own experience of art education, and am passionate in spreading what I have learnt from it with a friendly and patient approach. Preparation for art school application (Art Foundation and BA Fine Art courses): - specific knowledge and experience of various art & design courses and universities in the UK - tailored advice on choosing the best course for the particular student - portfolio preparation (content selection, format, and presentation) - interview preparation (eg. gaining confidence in talking about your work - a critical and high-value skill for the course and general life) - personal statement advice (art school statements vary greatly to the usual UCAS one that you may have been talked through in sixth form) GCSE & A-Level lessons: - sketchbook development, from inspiration to evaluation - guidance for writing critically about your research and work using technical terms - presenting your project cohesively - help with the personal study (essay) element in A-level I can also help develop your practical art skills. I have experience in: - painting (oil, acrylic) and drawing (charcoal, graphite) - printmaking (monoprinting, lino, screen printing, etching) - portraiture - life drawing - Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Lightroom - sculpture and installation (plaster casting, assemblage, metalwork, woodwork, ceramics) - collage and mixed media - bookbinding - filmmaking - digital and film photography Every student's style and interests in art are so varied (which is what makes art so wonderful!) and so initially I will get to know the student and their work, to tailor my lessons to their specific requirements.
Studio art · Arts and crafts · Art
English is the universal language, if you or your child struggle at English here is the place to come. Fun and entertaining lessons from your home just via a webcam. No stress at all In addition as a child creativity is a part we should encourage our child to get into and therefore I am open to help your child explore arts and crafts and get into their creative side
English · Arts and crafts
You will master drawing and painting Utilise your skills and realise 3D outcomes Enhance your technical understand of crafting via locally sourced materials If you have a passion to be creative I’d enjoy coaching and meeting that inner you
Arts and crafts
I teach a broad range of art classes from fine art to digital 3d modeling I like to introduce my students to art history and to help them develop their skills. For fine art classes I teach different techniques such as oil paint, watercolor and many more.
Digital arts · Arts and crafts · Art history
Getting involved with the arts can have powerful and lasting effects on health. It can help to protect against a range of mental health conditions, help manage mental ill health and support recovery. Engaging in the arts seems to be growing in popularity as a way to improve your wellbeing. Participating in the arts can enable people to deal with a wide range of mental ill health conditions and psychological distress. The best part is that it helps people to improve their mental health through creativity. Making art is helping many people express themselves, without having to use words.
Arts and crafts
I've studied Fine Arts at the University of Fine Arts in Greece. I've also specialised in jewellery design and making. Teaching Experience: I have been working as an art tutor for the past 5 years. My students ranged from 4 to 50 years old. Tutoring Approach: As an easygoing and sociable personality, I enjoy interacting with children trying to develop their interpersonal and social skills. I have developed a strong sense of patience and a keen awareness of how to engage with children, in order for them to learn and being entertained at the same time.
Marketing · Studio art · Arts and crafts
Italian language: It's a really good experience learn italian, especially for who likes to travel around the world or is a languages lover. In this course you will learn how to speak and write italian from basics until you can be an expert and able to speak and write fluenty. Art: I am a qualified student able to teach art. I am working as an art therapist for children and young adult with special needs. Art is a very important form of communication And expand your own creativity. I am able to teach illustration, mix media, collage and doing craft as sewing and how to create most of diy object that you can use for your own house.
Arts and crafts · Public speaking · Grammar
Trusted teacher: I help artists, who want to paint people, animals, or anything they might fancy, learn how to use traditional acrylic painting techniques to create a beautiful portraits or paintings they can be proud to show others. We will cover lessons that teach new techniques and inspire you to start! The class is aimed at beginners to intermediate levels.
Painting · Illustration · Arts and crafts