- June 13th, 2016
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Congratulations to Andrew, Rachel and Marianne; their photos from #lhsphotochallenge were voted the best of the Junior class. Lynnfield’s DSP Senior Portrait Studios is generously providing each student with a complimentary portrait session and 11″x14″print! Thank you to all students who participated in our fundraiser and a big thank you to DSP Senior Portrait studios for the prize donations.
LHS Art students Sydney, Annika and Maddy participated in the town’s Art in Bloom Exhibition at the Lynnfield public library this year. Thank you to Mrs. Cullen for her coordination of the event and for passing along this great video that showcases all of the art and flower arrangements from the evening. It is interesting to see how each art piece was interpreted visually with flowers.
Don’t forget to come out and support the LHS Unified Arts Department this Thursday night at our Spring Open Studios (6-8pm in the Media Center)- we look forward to seeing you and celebrating the arts! Congratulations to all of the #lhsphotochallenge winners- the list is posted outside of the Art and Photography Rooms.
We just finished up Fauvist Self Portraits with soft pastel and pastel pencils in Advanced Drawing Intensive. Students had to portray themselves with an exaggerated expression and a non-realistic color palette, inspired by French Fauvism and German Expressionism of the early 1900s. Marianne’s artwork is pictured below; click here to see all of the student solutions and learn more about this project.
The Art Department is running a fundraiser for two excellent causes and we would love for all students and staff to be involved by submitting a photograph; it’s easy and will only take a minute! Here are the details:
Click here to access a PDF: LHSphotochallenge2016
Stop by the Art room or Photography Room if you have any questions. Thanks for helping out with this project…we appreciate your support!
A beautiful stop motion animation about a 50th anniversary, from the very start…made from over 9,000 developed pictures.
This weekend I attended the 2016 National Art Education Association Conference in Chicago. Art Educators from all over the country (and a few other countries as well) met in Illinois to learn from each other and from leaders in the field of Art Education to share new ideas and best practices.
Some highlights included a “curriculum slam” workshop where contemporary art lesson ideas were shared by Olivia Gude and Patty Bode as well as local Chicago educators doing many interesting things in their classrooms, workshops on Advanced art class ideas, visiting the Art Institute of Chicago to see the blockbuster Van Gogh exhibit as well as an exhibition of Martin Puryear’s work. I was inspired by the many famous works of art in the collection by artists such as Cindy Sherman, Pablo Picasso, Georges Seurat, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Felix Gonzales Torres (just to name a few!) and had the chance to visit the galleries for Islamic Art and for Japanese Art which were both impressive.
Congratulations to our six Art and Photography students who had their work displayed in the 2016 6th Congressional High School Art competition and Exhibition. Photography student Jakub won the “Best of School” award and art student Kiley won an Honorable mention award. Other students who had work in the show included Maddy, Sabrina, Eliza and Ludmyla. The work was on display at Montserrat College of Art’s 301 Gallery in Beverly and students were invited to a reception hosted by local congressman Seth Moulton. Congratulations to all!
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