Aurora Rincon

Freelance Sculptor & Painter

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Location:Miami, Florida, United States
Profile:https://www.freelanced.com/aurorarincon
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$30
Rate/Hr
Aurora Rincon 2293 SW 27 Street unit A
Miami, Florida 33133
(786) 286 - 6221

Professional Profile
Skilled visual artist with exceptional teaching abilities at all educational levels. Excellent bi-lingual competence, successfully applied to both art language curricula. Strong interpersonal skills. Computer skills.
Experience

Freelance visual artist, Orlando and Miami, Florida
July 2001 – Present
Established an art studio and created original artwork for exhibition in art galleries and museums.

Art instructor — Casselberry Art House, Casselberry, Florida
January 2011 – 2012
Designed a drawing and painting program where children used different materials in order to develop their skills and imagination through self-expression. The program included concepts and qualities of the visual language such as lines, shapes, tone, movement, texture and gesture, and provided students a better understanding of how to use them.

Gallery manager — owner Aurora Rincon Fine Art Gallery, Orlando, Florida
November 2006 - December 2008
Founded and managed an art gallery developing strategies to promote the importance of original artwork to competitive art collectors.

Spanish and drawing summer instructor — Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida
June 2001 - July 2001
Gave summer Spanish and drawing instruction employing traditional methods through language and culture projects in an effort to enhance the participants’ understanding of foreign and visual language acquisition within our society.
Spanish-through-Art instructor — The Parke house academy, Orlando Florida
August 2000 - July 2001
Created a curriculum to promote the learning of Spanish through visual arts to increase students’ abilities to perceive and interpret ideas and experiences, to develop self-esteem and confidence, and to help students make evaluations and judgments by applying criteria and using analytical skills.
Spanish and art instructor - early learning years — Cleveland Tri School Learning Academy, Washington D.C. October 1997 - November 1998
Created a curriculum to promote the learning of Spanish through visual arts, to increase students’ abilities to perceive and interpret ideas and experiences, to develop self-esteem and confidence, and to help students make evaluations and judgments by applying criteria and using analytical skills.
Art instructor — The Treatment Learning Center, Rockville Maryland
Spring 1996 - Spring 1997
Organized and art program to promote the development of artistic abilities among children with special needs as a way to increase self-esteem and relationship-building skills based on imagination and positive expression, as well as awaken curiosity and encourage creativity by exploring artistic expressions.
Art instructor — The Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington D. C.
Spring - Summer 1996
Designed a drawing and painting program where children used different materials in order to develop their skills and imagination through self-expression. The program included concepts and qualities of the visual language such as lines, shapes, tone, movement, texture and gesture, and provided students a better understanding of how to use them.
Bilingual tour guide — The Corcoran Museum of Art, education department,
Washington D. C. summer 1994
Spanish/English tours guide for the 1994 Folk Art Exhibition. Provided artistic and historical information regarding the artwork from seventeen participating countries.
artistic recognition
Award-winning sculptor. Portfolio available upon request

Education
The Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington D.C. — Bachelor of Fine Arts, 1995 - GPA 3.77
Referrals
Linda Moore, Casselberry Art House, Casselberry, Florida, (407) 782-6344
Jim Hosner, Art Teacher, Maitland Art Center, Orlando, Florida, (407) 294-1640
Skills (2) Rating
Sculpting
Painting