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Senior Art Gallery 2019-2020

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Ciara Kennedy, Oil Pastel and Scratch Art

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Anna Davidson, Sumi-e Ink Painting of Bamboo

  • Katie Brady - Oil Landscape Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Morgan Rogers - Magazine Cover

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Kelsea Baines, Acrylic Painting of Panda

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Nanya Aninyei - Font Poster Graphic Design

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Nanya Aninyei - Magazine Prototype Cover Design

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Camila Rivas - Clay Tile

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Jacob Cunningham - Oil Landscape Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Kelsea Baines - Clay Tile

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Grace Moreland, Oil Painting Portrait

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Anna Bader, Oil Still-life Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Cayleigh Shaw, Acrylic Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Rebecca Burns, Watercolor Portrait

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Camila Rivas, Cut Paper Art

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Tyan Rogers, Paper Art Silhouette

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Laurie Colvett, Oil Still-life Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Tyan Rogers, Collagraph Print of Bird

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Ethan Lillycrop, Oil Still-life Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Anna Bader, Fabric Arrt

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Charli Meade, Oil Still-life Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Cayleigh Shaw, Paper Art and Watercolor Peacock

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Cahleigh Shaw, Mixed-media Symbolic Self-portrait

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Ethan Bennett, Scratch Art Glasses

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Ethan Bennett, Linoleum Print

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Brock Blansett, Acrylic Value Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Morgan Rogers, Product Prototype Heart Pulse Monitor

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Rebecca Burns, Abstract Clay Form

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Ethan Lillycrop, Sumi-e Ink Landscape Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Charli Meade, Oil Landscape of Desert

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Ciara Kennedy, Mixed Media Mythological Portrait

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Amari Johnson, Oil Still-life Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Amari Johnson, Fabric Art

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Anna Davidson, Floral Fabric Art

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Melanie French, Collagraph Print

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Jon Grayson Caughron, Fabric Print

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Grace Moreland, Oil Painting Cityscape

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Macey Falin, Collagraph Print

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Brock Blansett, Scratch Art Flower

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Katie Brady, Collagraph Print of City

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Jon Grayson Caughron, Oil Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Jacob Cunningham, Fabric Art

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Melanie French, Fabric Print

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Makenna Oiler, Watercolor Painting

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Makenna Oiler, Fabric Art Up

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Lestasia Lange, Magazine Cover Design

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Lestasia Lange, Portrait in Adobe Illustrator

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Macey Falin, Fabric Art Mixed-media Gumball Machine

  • Senior Art Gallery

    Laurie Colvett, Fabric Art

 

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    Welcome to Visual Art!

Art Supplies Needed for class:

All Art 1 and Art 2/3 students will need to have a basic set of art drawing pencils of their own to have for the year, including erasers, sharpeners, and "tortillions" (rolled paper sticks for smudging graphite). The most inclusive and cheapest set I've found is one from Michaels, which can also be found on Amazon. It has a variety of different lead weights (which create light to dark marks). If students already have a set of art pencils that's fine. They just need a range from H to 6B. I've attached a link to the Artist Loft Fundamentals set that is only $5.99.

Students will also need some 9" X 12" 60, 70 or 80# drawing paper for final drawing projects. The higher the # number the thicker and better the paper is. Students may use xerox paper for basic practice and exercises. They can purchase a pad from Michaels or Amazon or any art supply site. I would like for Art 2/3 to have 11" X 14" drawing paper as well. I do have paper at school if it is possible to distribute it.

Additional art supplies will be needed as the school year progresses. 

 

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