F’14 Art Show

The Fall ’14 art class was small (3 students) but mighty! On Wednesday night, they displayed and explained the art they have created over the course of the semester to our general wonder and amazement. Below are pictures of some of their pieces.

Art class units

Wood-block prints of Desmond the Brave

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Ink carrots (drawn using carrots as pens)


Transformation of one object into another

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Final painting of their trees plus 10 objects that represent their time at TMS

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Final projects

GZ: an exploration of forced comparisons via different mediums

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LA: multiple perspectives and mixed media, illustrated by the dining hall piano and story time in Humanities

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Miscellaneous art from art class students

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