Art Portfolio Development

If your child is serious about art, it is never too early or too late to start thinking about or working on an art portfolio.  An art portfolio is a representation of your potential as an artist/graphic designer.  Therefore, it is an evolving process that takes time and effort to develop. Your art portfolio should visually express your artistic strengths and interests.  Some aspects you should consider in developing your portfolio are:
  • Variety.  Include different concepts.
  • Creativity.
  • Dedication.
  • Your creative thought process.
Once it Clicks offers individual portfolio help for students starting in middle school all the way up to college level. We will help you customize your portfolio based on specific school requirements as well as help prepare you for all your AP Studio Art portfolio. Our goal is not to make you fit into a certain mold.  Instead, we will help you develop your full potential and help you find yourself in your work, express your artistic style, and help you get into the best school that suits you and your skills. If you need help figuring out your major, our Art Director can assess your portfolio and give you constructive feedback to help you pick a major that will utilize your skills in the best possible way. Every portfolio will be unique. We offer monthly programs: 3 Month Programs (5 hours/week) 6 Month Programs (3 hours/week) Jinny Hyun's Bio My passion for art started at a very young age when I told my mom that I wanted to be a graphic designer at age 3.  Since that time, art has been and continues to be my life. I attended Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA.  I graduated with a BF in Computer Graphics and Package Design.  I was recruited by Hallmark Cards, Inc.  I worked at Hallmark for 10 years in different departments as an Art Director, Package Designer, Photo Stylist, and Artist. While working for Hallmark, I was part of the recruiting staff for several years interviewing students from all over the country.  This experience helped me to understand exactly what companies are looking for in a prospective hire. Similarly, it showed me what is expected from art portfolios and how it can communicate your strengths and weaknesses to the evaluator. Let me help you express your full potential and solve problems.  The ideas will be your own but I can help you find yourself, communicate yourself, and come up with big ideas through your art.