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Friday, June 17, 2016
Some of my high school Atelier Student's artwork from this past year: School is out for the summer!
Here is some of my student's artwork
from the high school atelier I taught this past school year:
All the images below were created by 9th and 10th graders, one student was an 11th grader.
I was very impressed with the student work and their efforts at learning
to see and use the strategies of the training to capture the visual
image. It was hard to squeeze down the excellent Atelier training I
enjoyed for approx. 6 years at Ingbretson Studios with Paul Ingbretson....but the kids did get a taste of the
training. The last shot is of me in one of the rooms.
Now that school is out, I hope to work more on some of my works in process!