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high school.
visual art.
travel abroad. It's all fair game. enjoy.

visiting artist Jesse Vadnais.

feeling and expressing with mixed media

MHS student work.  progress is looking GREAT!!!

MHS student work.  progress is looking GREAT!!!

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lovely portraits from a high school student in AP studio art.  I hope to be teaching this soon

breadtastesgood:

Part 2 of my AP concentration.  Go to my blog to see part 1 and more! (Sorry about the shitty pictures).

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PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART…so excited for the spring field trip on in april - great way to kick off spring break.

0ktavia:

If you happen to be in or around Philadelphia between now and April 22nd do yourself a favor and see Zoe Strauss Ten Years at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. I have been living in Philadelphia for six years and can honestly say that Strauss’ photography truly embodies this place as a whole. Strauss (who hails from here) captures the glowing underbelly, the tragically bizarre and the irony that creates this city. You need not to be a Philadelphian to appriciate her work and I encourage you to visit her site if you are unable to see the exhibit in person.

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MORE FROM THE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART

philamuseum:

In honor of Women’s History Month, we bring you a More Art Monday album devoted to favorite women artists in the collection—as chosen by you! If there are favorites missing, that means they are either not in the collection or haven’t been published online yet (and that’s the mission of ART 24/7!)

Mary Cassatt, In the Loge, c. 1879

Elizabeth Catlett, Mother and Child, 1954

Sharon Church, Pendant No. 2, 1990

Sheila Hicks, Tresors et Secrets, c. 1990

Barbara Kruger, No, 1985

Berthe Morisot, Young Girl with Basket, 1892

Georgia O’Keeffe, From the Lake No. 3, 1924

Judith Schaechter, I’ve Trampled a Million Pretty Flowers, 1995

Judith Leyster, The Last Drop (The Gay Cavalier), c. 1639

Dorothea Tanning, Birthday, 1942

LINE AND SPACE
ceramicsnow:

Kira O’Brien: The Conversation, 2011, white earthenware, black and colored slips, 1150 transparent glaze, 24cm

LINE AND SPACE

ceramicsnow:

Kira O’Brien: The Conversation, 2011, white earthenware, black and colored slips, 1150 transparent glaze, 24cm

MIGHT SEE ON OUR APRIL FIELD TRIP!

philamuseum:

Take a sneak peek at the NBC 10 special ‘Van Gogh Up Close,’ based on our current exhibition and airing in full on March 17 at 7:30 p.m.

THREE DIMENSIONAL ART WINNERS

beware, ART media

beware, ART media