Students who participate in this team learn essential art skills that improve their knowledge and abilities.  We learn about composition, value, color, accurate drawing, materials care and safety, and a wide variety of mediums from pencil, charcoal, and pastel to watercolor and acrylic painting.  Projects vary each year with significant time spent on a particular focus.  As students work on focus projects, they develop a cohesive body of work that engenders a deeper knowledge of that subject. 

    • In 2014-15 students each chose an artist to study in a year-long project, and a series of pieces were individually designed to relate to the specific artists.
    • In 2015-16 students learned about the role artists have played in creating and promoting public awareness of, and interest in, wilderness and the National Park Service. Students each chose a National Park to focus on, engaging in research and artistic representations. 

    Participation in this group requires dedicated attendance and a great attitude as we go outside our personal comfort zones and work hard to learn and develop our abilities. 

    Click here to download an application for the 2016-17 school year, which will be accepted until September 16, 2016. 

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    Jessica Bryant is a local artist, currently working out of Redbrick Art Studio. Her work has been exhibited locally and nationally, at venues such as the American Watercolor Society in NYC, the US Botanical Gardens, and Google Cultural Institute. Teaching locally for Sorensen and Redbrick Art Studio, Jessica has a passion for imparting the real skills students of all ages need to improve their abilities and create quality artwork.


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