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The Book Series

From the beginning of time, the book has been a way in which culture has preserved its ideas and values for scholars and those interested in the concepts therein.

The  Book series is a collection of ideas, thoughts, images, poems, sketchs, drawings and painted works that express the thoughts , feelings and emotions of Advanced Placement students here at the school.

The "books" are recycled and acted as a jumping point for the student to then add and change the content to a more personal and exploratory nature. The contents are often ideas that might  be developed in major pieces and act as a way for students to get in touch with themselves in a manner that can show development in an aesthetic sense.

Trips

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One More Time by Megan Gilbertson

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Elements of Botany

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Evolution

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Advanced Placement Studio Art Works

In the first semester, students use a variety of media and approaches to explore a breadth of  experiences in the Art Studio program. The students are often expanding techniques in new ways to show their competence of materials and their usage.

The Advanced  Placement Portfolio is a place where these and other works go to show the students diversity in the sense of studio practices they have mastered.

We hope you enjoy this portfolio of work and will furthur investigate and suport the visual arts not only in your own lives but in our community at large. On behalf of the students and faculty, we thank you for your support!

Samantha T-Still Life Study No.1- Colored pencil 18x24"

Samantha T-Still Life Study No.1- Colored pencil 18x24

Samantha T-Vanishing Point-Pencil

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Samantha Tanori-Still Life study No. 2-Pencil

Samantha Tanori-Still Life study No. 2-Pencil

Samantha Tanori-Nature drawing-water color

Samantha Tanori-Nature drawing-water color

Samantha Tanori-Drawing from a picture-pencil

Samantha Tanori-Drawing from a picture-pencil
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Fallen Wishes

Artist: Xiao Li W.

Media: Digital Painting/Corel Painter

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A Study of History

artist: tim r

media: colored pencil

size: 18" x 24"

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Napoleon Under Fire

artist: tim r

media: oil pastel

War Machines

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artist: tim r

media: oil pastel

 

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The Landscape Artist

artist: tim r

media: ball-point pen

size: 18" x 24"

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Violation of a masterpiece-Nicholas 18x24 Mixed media on paper

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45 min still life drawing

still life sketch in graphite

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hand image thing

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By: Suzanne

Medium: Watercolor

Dimensions: 18x24

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"The Swing"

By: Suzanne

Medium: Colored Pencil

Dimensions: 18x24

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Violation of a Masterpiece / Charcoal and Graphite / Maxwell

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Congested / Acrylic / Maxwell

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Acrylic Paint / Maxwell

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This woman wears iguanas on  her head. They are her crowning glory.  /  Ink / Maxwell

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Alex D.

Title: True Love

Media: Colored Pencils, Paint

Size: 18x24

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Alex D.

Title: Altered Self Portrait

Media: Colored Pencils

Size: 18x24

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Degas Violation

Allyson F.

Violation of The Star

colored pencil and pastel pencil

18x24

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still life

Allyson F.

Still Life with Fruit

graphite pencil and charcoal

20x18

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life drawing

Allyson F.

Life Drawing Sketch

Pencil and Charcoal

14x11

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Megan G Concentration

Megan G Concentration

Megan G Concentration

Megan G Concentration

Megan G Concentration

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Megan G

Megan G

Self Portrait by Megan G.

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Self Portrait (Mood) by Megan G.

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By Reina G

By Reina G

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Reina G

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Kristian J, violating a masterpeice: la bohemienne endormie

Medium: colored pencil

Demensions: 19x24

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Self Portrait by Yvette O.

acrylic paint.

Princess perfume

Princess perfume

Self Portait by Yvette O.

black and white charcoal pencils on gray paper

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Portrait

Name: Shannon

Type: Color pencil

 

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Sami P.- Violation of a Masterpiece - Color Pencil - 18x24

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Sami P. Self portrait-Water Color 11x14"

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Bust (45 minute study)

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Self Portrait representing mood (by Samara)

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self portrait representing mood

By: Ellen T.

acrylic paint

12 x 16 inches

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Van Gogh in Style (Violating a masterpeice)

By: Ellen T.

acrylic paint

18 x 24 inches

 

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Violation : Rosie the Riveeter

Israel V.  My Violation of Masterpiece. Media I Used Was: Colored Pencil, Tempra Paint, and AcryllicPaint.

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Compostion strategies: To trick the eye- Wild Cat colored pencil 18x24

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hypocrisy of narcissism-pen and ink -Christina

hypocrisy of narcissism-pen and ink -Christina

Jamie

Self Portrait

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self portrait by kimberly; tempera paint