This Grandfather/Grandson duo took painting lessons together. Here they are creating their first full-color still-life paintings in oil.
Diana is currently open for private drawing and painting lessons taught from her home in Jacksonville Fl. She can accommodate up to 2 students simultaneously.
Beginners -Advanced students Welcome!
Lessons meet once a week for 2 hours.
$50 per lesson for an individual of any skill level.
$35 a person for lessons with 2 individuals of a similar skill level meeting together.
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"Eggs" a drawing exercise in spheres and value, Charcoal on Paper
by Madi, Age 11
"Fruit" charcoal on Paper, Madi age 11.
During Madi's second lesson, we worked on spheres, and practiced seeing spheres in everyday objects.
Beginning students will start out with charcoal drawing. Students will learn about shape, value, composition, perspective, and other draftsmanship and design skills in this black and white medium.
Students will begin by practicing drawing house-household objects and move to more complicated subjects such as portraits, animals, landscapes, architecture, etc. Depending on a student's interests, the same skills can be taught from different subjects. Drawings will always be done from life, never photographs at this stage.
Each student will have their own materials, which they bring home after lessons to practice. Suggested homework is given, but not required. Students do learn best if they get additional practice outside of weekly lessons.
Once students have mastered the fundamentals of drawing (to be determined on a case by case basis), They can begin painting lessons.
Diana teaches oil painting. Painting lessons build upon drawing skills and focus on understanding of the medium, color theory, developing a personal style, and knowledge of art history.
John, Age 13, working on his first ever still-life painting
Drawing Supply List
No particular brand of drawing supplies is endorsed, the pictures are simply to help you in finding the correct materials
Painting Lesson Supply List
When a student is ready to begin painting, we will discuss these materials in greater depth in person.