I have had the opportunity to teach art classes to a very diverse body of people. I greatly enjoy the process of teaching people of all ages and capabilities art techniques. I have grown and developed many new artistic skills myself throughout this journey!
In school settings, my curriculum focuses on integrating academic subjects into the art classroom with an emphasis on environmental and community advocacy.
Please enjoy the work of my students (ages 3-99) in various settings. Feel free to drop a comment!
'Art of Math Challenge'
SLS students have taken first place in the integrated art challenge hosted by the Barnes Foundation for 3 years in a row! This year, 7th grade students also took home first place for math concepts.
Cardboard Construction Objects
When learning about kinetic energy and enginnering, students created 3d replicas of every day machines.
'WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY'
LITTLE FLOWER HIGH SCHOOL
2nd production with my wonderful stage crew humans!
ART meet MATH meets LITERACY! 2nd graders explore hidden math concepts inside of the compostions by Jackson Polluck to make their own abstract artwork. After creating with mixed media, students write quintain poems in reaction to their paintings.
4th grade animal masks made with collaged paper on cardstock. Students learned about endangered animal species and discussed the paper artist artist Mlle Hipolyte to create paper . Some masks have 3d elements!
Natural Pigment Making Workshop
Greens Grow Farms
Community members were invited to a workshop at greens grow to learn hands on approaches to creating pigments for dye and painting using natural materials. Everyone left with instructions and their own hand made pigment!
When discussing gravity, measurements of time, and history, we created pendulum paintings using the ROYGBIV color spectrum. They had SO much fun making massive, messy paintings and also videoing the experience!
During the Anime and Comic themed week at Summer Arts Camp, the Sharks team made wearable masks of the character they created in the comic books. Some masks are self portraits!