The Lebanon High School Art Club is an informal gathering of students who would like to work on art projects of their own choosing. The Art Club meets Thursdays after school until 3:30 pm, in Room 14.
Advisor: Mr. Jonathan Warren
Here, we share some archived "Art of the Week" features.
Ceramics, Pinched Coil Pot
Modern Figurative Sculptures in the style of Alberto Giacometti, Modern Art class, taught by Mr. Warren. Made from wire, papier mache, wood and paint. L to R - Hayley Mossell, Emily Moales, and Anthony Ferraro.
"Texture" by Cole Moulton in clay, glaze and wood for Creativity class.
Koi fish pond sculpture by Kayley Hyde. Clay and melted glass.
Students in Drawing class used the picnic area outside
to draw the landscape in pastels. This scene is by
Olivia Smith, using oil pastels.
Students in Sculpture and Ceramics spent class on May 15
with professional potter David Pellerin, owner of Indikoi Pottery
in Springfield, NH. Dave demonstrated wheel throwing bowls,
vases, and covered jars, and shared entertaining stories
about his education, career, and business.
See David's work at www.indikoisinks.com.
Acrylic painting by Meg Zuttermeister, Creativity class. This painting is an abstract representation of Meg's house. She drew in a soundwave that she recorded in a room, then under the soundwave she painted all the colors that are in that room.
Congratulations to Anwen Morgan (above),
who received an honorable mention for her painting
at AVA Gallery's "Best of the Upper Valley High School Art Exhibition" during the spring semester of 2015.
Ceramic pinch pots by Madeline Main and Olivia Williams
In this painting/collage, Morgan Grace represents
Medium: Spray Paint and Acrylic
Dimensions: 18" by 20"
Wheel Thrown & Altered
Pop Art painting of Bernie Sanders
by Modern Art student Meredith Melendy
Self portrait with friend Aaron Damren
by Owen Johnstone (Painting class)
Drawing in oil pastel by Samantha Brady.
Clay coil sculpture by Alli Duany
Jessica Dessert with her senior exhibition at the
LHS Art Show, May 29, 2015
her "community" for Creativity class.
Title: "Day of the Dead"
Dimensions: 8" by 10"
Medium: 4B Pencil
Landscape in watercolor by Colleta Koki
This pencil drawing by Polina Pivak was exhibited in AVA Gallery's Best of the Upper Valley High School Exhibition in early 2016.
Glaze painted ceramic plate by Sydney Broughton
An observational drawing of a cow skull in pencil
by Nate Herndon.
For Creativity class (Mrs. Clary) and Digital Animation (Mr. Todd).
The theme of the project was "your environment,"
and Emilie Marchal combined her desk from her home in France with images and symbols of her experiences this year in the US.
Watercolor illustration by Jasmine Thorpe
The scene is Mt. Cardigan.