MIDDLE + HIGH SCHOOL
“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands.” – Psalm 19:1. Creativity is an extension of God’s image in us. In the very beginning, God created the heavens and earth, and saw that it was good. God intended for us to be creative and to also enjoy our creative gifts. As Christian artists, we must challenge ourselves to be image bearers of everything that is “good, lovely and praiseworthy” (Phil. 4:8) and submit all that we create as an act of worship.
Visual Arts classes have the opportunity to explore and develop their techniques in several art forms including pottery, glass fusing, graphic design, and much more! Visual Arts 10 focuses on challenging students to be able to find creative ways to play with images while furthering their skills in drawing, painting, sculpting and creating 2D and 3D spatial compositions. Visual Arts 11/12 focuses on challenging students in image development, art history, response to culture and personal history, and sketching. Assignments challenge students to convey their beliefs, spiritual journey, response to cultural issues, technology, etc.