Introduction to Art, Photography, and AP Studio Art 2-D Design. The class schedule is ...
2nd Period Plan Time 9:50-11:00 (feel free to contact me through Microsoft Teams or email@example.com at this time for any questions or additional time)
6th Period Plan Time 9:50-11:00 (feel free to contact me through Microsoft Teams or firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or additional time)
These are some of the cool projects we have done so far! Below you can see a few examples of this year's Saftey Contest "Getting Through COVID-19 Together."
Below are some examples of students using ASL (American Sign Language) to send messages out that they think the world needs to hear.
Here are a few examples of exploring shape through photography.
Hi! I am one of Roosevelt's art teachers. I am proud to say that here at Roosevelt we have a very strong art program. If interested, students are encouraged to take Intro to Art early in their high school career (freshman or sophomore year) to have room for all the amazing classes we offer later on. As a department, we have Ceramics, Drawing and Painting, Photography, and AP Art to choose from.
Here's some info on me; I graduated from Maryville University in 2002 with a degree in Art Education. I am very close to having a Master's degree in Studio Art from Webster University. This is my 7th year at Roosevelt and my 8th year with the district. I am proud to be a "Rough Rider." My husband and I live in the city and have for many years. We enjoy spending time with friends and family together. I enjoy making art, reading, trying new things, making new things, and teaching. As a teacher, I am enthusiastic, encouraging, and always looking for new ways to teach skills, techniques, history, and application of the best subject... ART!
Quotes I Love:
"Let's face it. No kid in high school feels as though they fit in." -Stephen King
"Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere." -Albert Einstein
"Look up at the stars and not down on your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious." -Stephen Hawking
"Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but rising up every time we fail." -Ralph Waldo Emerson