The Sheboygan North High School Art Department is pleased to announce that seven art students have been selected to represent our department at the 2019 North East Regional Art Exhibition at the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay. The North East Regional Art Exhibition is part of Youth Art Month hosted by the Wisconsin Art Education Association. Out of 150 students artworks about a third will be advancing to the state art exhibition in Madison in March. Students that are advancing are Megan Bruinooge, Julia Gozdziewski, Destiny Lee, Amber Shaw, and Sara Vang,
Below are artworks by student artists Megan Bruinooge, Julia Gozdziewski, Destiny Lee, Viridiana Lopez-Sanchez, Amber Shaw, Sara Vang, and Abbey Xiong.
If you go:
Neville Public Museum, 210 Museum Road, Green Bay.
Reception: February 9 at 1pm.
Open to the public.
Congratulations to Oliva C for having her work published in the December 2018 Issue of SchoolArts Magazine. SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901.
North High art students are in the creative zone. Art Foundations 1 students wrapped up a radial design project focused on pattern and positive/negative space. Art Foundations 3 students were introduced to stippling, hatching, and crosshatching. Senior Art 1 students created a charcoal drawing of a still life object. Drawing Intensive students worked with white charcoal pencil and focusing on differentiating the highlights from the dark tones and everything in between.
Students are producing great works of art. Honing their drawing skills. Learning new techniques and ways of looking at things from multiple lenses.
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Drawing Intensive students were given the task of creating an 18″x24″ art advocacy poster addressing, “How does art unite us”. Students chose their own medium/a to turn their idea into reality. Each poster shares how they view art and their lives.
The above prompt was issued by SchoolArts Magazine as part of an annual art advocacy poster design challenge.
Every year the Drawing Intensive students design a mock up USPS postage stamp expressing their interests. The past 4 years these stamps would be displayed at the Sheboygan Post Office. This year that ended due to a new policy that prohibits signage in the retail area of the post office. So…here is a gallery of the students’ work.