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
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
- 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,
- Make a unique portfolio and web site.
- Write a cover letter, resume, statement of work, inventory
- 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"
instruction was invaluable in helping him prepare for
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.
"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.