Joanna’s teaching gives students a new way of looking at form, a very different view on drawing.
Joanna’s teaching gives students a new way of looking at form, a very different view on drawing, one could say. Showing them that drawing is so much more than the very narrow niche.
She gives them a more open approach to drawing, through looking at negative spaces, points of ‘action’, and generally to students learn to percieve form through a whole lot of different teaching tools.
Joanna’s teaching opens her students’ eyes to the very broad pallette of markmaking, and after only a few some lessons, students have a more fluid eye-hand connection.
“What I, from my point of view, see Joanna as doing, as a teacher is awe-invoking. She manages, consistantly, to inspire the students, and me, by being the unique force she is.”
Mads-Peter Brandstrup Art teacher Drawing Academy, Denmark.
Joanna teaches several techniques of art:
Education 1986 – 1989 BA ( Hons) Ceramic Design
South Glamorgan Institute of Higher Education. South Wales
Associations R.B.S. – The Royal Society of British Sculptors.
Dansk Billedhuggersamfundet – The Royal Danish
Society of Sculptors.
1989 – Present – Continuous
Self-employed professional Artist.
Art teacher at Siena Art Institute, Italy
2004 – continuous:
Art teacher at Academy of Classical Drawing & School of
Animation. Viborg Denmark
2002 – 2004
BSL (British Sign Language) Interpreter/Communicator.
1995 – 2004
Peripatetic Art teacher in London colleges & education centres.
Teaching: Life drawing, Sculpture, drawing and painting
Peripatetic Lecturer at Degree level in manifold Art colleges
1995 – 1997
Arts & Education project. Oxford House. London.
The Globe Centre, London: Facilitator in the Arts Project.
1989 – 1991
C.C.T.A. Foundation Studies Dept. Dyfed.
Lecturer of 3D, sculpture & ceramics.