"Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere." -Albert Einstein.
IN THE NAME OF IMAGINARY LEARNING
Visual Arts Practical Courses
Extreme enthusiasm will shine a long experience in the class by applying the efficient distribution of knowledge, which based on a balanced approach to a creative outcome. Practical collaboration through Visual Arts convinces I to build a strong bridge to link the enthusiasm and knowledge to students and help them to create a concept of creation. Having a suitable approach to the outcomes and following the subjects of a course need a definite philosophy that I am going to explain:
Nostalgic moments of my students' works
IN THE NAME OF ETERNITY
"A generation which ignores history has no past and no future." -Robert Heinlein
Theory of Art & Art History
I always used to rushing to class and getting some peace behind the lectern, especially when the course was starting, and I was not familiar with the students, and it was like a corps to protect self-doubt behind and achieve a relative calm. But, as time went on, I came to a time when I could find peace and confidence when I could interact with my students. Furthermore, this happened when I did not find myself in front of the students, but I felt alongside them, so I continued to work with students and encourage them to participate in the class, and it was a remembrance time that I felt how much can I learn from them when I am not lecturing.
Armageddon, Wood Mosaic
Visual Arts Fundamental
This studio course introduces the six elements of art (Point- Line- Shape- Depth- Value- Texture) and four principles of design (Rhythm- Symmetry/Asymmetry- Contrast- Balance) so that you can continue your education through fine arts and design disciplines. Knowing the characteristic of each element in a composition, and applying the principles of design in original artwork, are the core purposes of this course and the first step towards creating a complete visual artwork. This course, you work with various studio materials to build your artistic portfolio. You learn through group discussion, group and individual critiques, videos, PowerPoint lectures, and demonstrations.