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Private Tutoring in the Visual Arts
All sessions begin with a critique of artwork, and are tailored to meet the specific needs of the client.

Middle-School Art Students
Prepare for entry into a visual-arts magnet high school (ex. Carver Center for Arts & Technology, in Baltimore County, MD). Complete all art requirements needed for your audition.
- Learn to draw, work creatively, and develop new techniques and skills.
- Learn what to include in your portfolio.
- Learn to speak intelligently about your art, with exercises that develop your talking points.

High School Art Students
Prepare for college interviews and scholarship competitions.
- Learn what to include in your portfolio for college admission.
- Learn to write an essay, cover letter, resume, statement.
- Learn to speak intelligently about your art, with exercises that develop your talking points.

Students of All Ages
Have fun while learning.

Prepare for exhibitions, juried shows.
- Make a unique portfolio and web site.
- Write a cover letter, resume, statement of work, inventory listings.
- Learn how-to determine your talking points, to speak intelligently about your art.
- Learn how-to network, keep records and follow-up on all contacts.

Call or e-mail for an appointment.   Lectures are also available.

            Untitled, paper and resin
             circa 1993, 25"x14"x8"

Review - Magnet High-School Entry
"Your instruction was invaluable in helping him prepare for
his application to Carver's Visual Arts Magnet High School program.
You have a wonderful style in working with children and were able to
coach him in a way perfectly suited for him."
Conor Twohy, Fall 2012 Incoming Carver Center Freshman. Parent's Recommendation

Review - College Interviews
"Today, I received a letter from MICA stating that I have been selected for special admissions consideration, based on my portfolio. They said that over 1500 portfolios were reviewed and only a handful were considered acceptable. My portfolio was considered to be ACCEPTABLE. The letter also stated that if I get all my information into them by Jan 15th, I would be considered for a Special Scholarship based on my artwork. I am extremely excited! Your help has given me confidence to try harder." Paul Angelo, Fall 2009 Incoming College Freshman.
Paul received a $36,000 Presidential Scholarship from the Maryland Institute College of Art, on the strength of his portfolio.
Parent's Recommendation