I believe that you need skills to be able to produce high standard art work.
For this reason I concentrate on teaching watercolour techniques. Once these have been mastered you can then begin to develop your own style of painting.
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I qualified as a teacher in 1991 (as a mature student) and have been teaching for over 14 years. I have taught children at all levels from infants, juniors and secondary and adults during daytime and evening classes.
My teaching degree allowed me to specialise in Science and Art and I particularly enjoy the history of both subjects.
I have been painting since childhood - at first with watercolours, then in oils and finally returning to my first love of watercolours.
I retired from teaching in schools some years ago in order to specialise on teaching watercolours.
At first I taught groups of up to 16 students of all ages during daytime and evening classes at local community halls. But I now work from home in a purpose-built studio in which to teach watercolours to no more than 4 students at once. Such small groups ensure that degree of personal tuition, which is essential for rapid progress.
I enjoy teaching beginners. It is great to see someone who perhaps has not experienced painting since they were at school, blossom into a competent and confident watercolour painter.
My students include children aged from 5 to 13 plus those of more 'mature' years.
Some of my current students have been coming to me for over two years and many are personal friends.
Abstract or Experimental, Animal or Wildlife, Portrait or Figure, Flowers or Gardens, Landscape or Woodland Scene, Still Life