In Art, students express themselves through a wide range of materials and approaches. These include drawing (ink, pencil, charcoal, pastel), painting (watercolor, tempera, acrylic and oil), sculpture (wire, found objects, plaster and soap stone), ceramics, printmaking, fiber arts (silk-painting and batik, weaving, embroidery, soft-sculpture), paper and doll-making, and book-binding.


 Lower grades sock animal sewing project. Students engage in handwork such as sewing, felting and weaving.

Lower grades sock animal sewing project. Students engage in handwork such as sewing, felting and weaving.

 Middle school students engage in workshops with local artists.

Middle school students engage in workshops with local artists.

 Torn paper portrait collage by middle school student.

Torn paper portrait collage by middle school student.

 Grades K-8th engage in a full ceramics program that includes glazing and firing clay sculptures.

Grades K-8th engage in a full ceramics program that includes glazing and firing clay sculptures.

 Student pressing pigment from leaves, flower petals and berries for a science and art class collaboration.

Student pressing pigment from leaves, flower petals and berries for a science and art class collaboration.

 Lower grade students engaging in collaborative painting.

Lower grade students engaging in collaborative painting.

 Students learn fundamentals of fiber arts

Students learn fundamentals of fiber arts