TEACHING

KRISTINE
KRISTINE

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to digital drawings.

IRIS'S SELF-PORTRAIT
IRIS'S SELF-PORTRAIT

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create self-portraits.

STEPHANIE'S SELF-PORTRAIT
STEPHANIE'S SELF-PORTRAIT

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create self-portraits.

IRIS'S ROBOT
IRIS'S ROBOT

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create robots that were first sketched out on paper, then drawn with the pen tool, and then a background was created with Photoshop.

MIA
MIA

High school students drew self-portraits in pencil.

GERARD
GERARD

High school students drew self-portraits in pencil.

CRYSTAL
CRYSTAL

An award-winning self-portrait, this 8th grade student drew her self-portrait after studying the work of Chuck Close.

JOEY
JOEY

This student's award-winning self-portrait was on display at the Tweed Courthouse in New York City.

ANA'S MERMAIDS
ANA'S MERMAIDS

High school students used cut paper to create a 3-dimensional collaged relief that has strong positive and negative spaces.

OWLS
OWLS

High school students used cut paper to create a 3-dimensional collaged relief that has strong positive and negative spaces.

UNTITLED DESIGN
UNTITLED DESIGN

High school students used cut paper to create a 3-dimensional collaged relief that has strong positive and negative spaces.

HOT AIR BALLOON
HOT AIR BALLOON

High school students used cut paper to create a 3-dimensional collaged relief that has strong positive and negative spaces.

KRISTINE'S ROBOT
KRISTINE'S ROBOT

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create robots that were first sketched out on paper, then drawn with the pen tool, and then a background was created with Photoshop.

LORENZO'S SELF-PORTRAIT
LORENZO'S SELF-PORTRAIT

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create self-portraits.

KRISTINE'S SELF-PORTRAIT
KRISTINE'S SELF-PORTRAIT

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create self-portraits.

IRIS'S MONSTER
IRIS'S MONSTER

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Photoshop to make imaginative creatures.

IRIS
IRIS

High school students used paper and marker to design typography before making another version in Illustrator.

JULIETTE
JULIETTE

High school students used paper and marker to design typography before making another version in Illustrator.

MARKY
MARKY

High school students used paper and marker to design typography before making another version in Illustrator.

HANNAH
HANNAH

High school students used paper and marker to design typography before making another version in Illustrator.

IRIS TYPOGRAPHY
IRIS TYPOGRAPHY

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create a successful piece of typography.

ETHAN'S TYPOGRAPHY
ETHAN'S TYPOGRAPHY

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create a successful piece of typography.

ZULLEY'S MANDALA
ZULLEY'S MANDALA

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create mandalas.

JACK'S MANDALA
JACK'S MANDALA

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create mandalas contain both tints and shades of color.

TYPOGRAPHY
TYPOGRAPHY

High school students created typography with color pencils that demonstrate movement and flow.

JUNIOR'S SKETCHES
JUNIOR'S SKETCHES

High school students drew sketches on paper before creating robots in Adobe Illustrator.

JULIETTE'S ROBOT
JULIETTE'S ROBOT

High school students used their introductory knowledge of Adobe Illustrator to create robots that were first sketched out on paper and then drawn with the pen tool.

CUT PAPER
CUT PAPER

High school students used cut paper to create designs that focus on positive and negative space.

MS. ATKINSON
MS. ATKINSON

Ms. Atkinson standing in front of some of her students' paintings and drawings on display at the Day of the Arts exhibition.

2-POINT PERSPECTIVE
2-POINT PERSPECTIVE

Ms. Atkinson's example of 2-point perspective. Students in her class have learned 1-point, 2-point, and 3-point perspective.

CLAY EXPLORATION
CLAY EXPLORATION

High school students carved from clay blocks to create art pieces that are balance and variety of form.

PINCH POT
PINCH POT

High school students used clay to make pinch pots as an introduction to ceramics.

LIFE SIZE PEOPLE
LIFE SIZE PEOPLE

Middle school students learned about proportion and scale as they created life-size people.

MASK
MASK

Middle school students created 3-dimensional masks with paper, cardboard, and paint.

Screwdriver
Screwdriver

High school students drew every day objects at a very large scale to focus on details.

VALUE STUDY
VALUE STUDY

High school students completed a value study with pencil.

KHANG
KHANG

High school students completed a value study with pencil.

Hand drawing
Hand drawing

A middle school student drew her hands from observation while looking at the bones in her hands and creases in her knuckles.

A STUDENT PAINTING
A STUDENT PAINTING

This student is focused on painting acrylic on masonite panels as part of a mural that was hung in the school's hallway.

CHAD'S MANDALA
CHAD'S MANDALA

High school students created mandalas using pencil and marker.