Friday, February 10, 2017


Artwork from LCIS!

Lake County Intermediate School students are exploring the difference between abstraction and realism in art.

Check out the abstract art they created using watercolor paint and collage!














Thursday, February 2, 2017

West Park Elementary students are exploring new concepts, using new materials! 


2nd grade students used pastels to make landscapes using warm and cool colors!









1st graders used organic and geometric shapes to create robots using pastels!









Kindergartners are creating with clay!  Stay tuned for updates of their artwork!

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

That's a Wrap!

We are wrapping up the first semester here in the art room at LCHS! That means things are getting a little chaotic. Translation: everything is a mess. Have no fear, folks... it will all get done! 

Basic Ceramics students are glazing their Spirit Animal Vessels. So excited to see how these guys will look after the glaze fire! You'll be able to check out all finished student work at this year's art show on Friday, May 5th.








Basic Studio Art students have been busy bees as well. 









Happy Holidays from the Lake County Art Department!

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

High School Happenings Fall 2016

Lake County High School Ceramic students have been working hard on their Native American Spirit Animal Vessels. It's been a blast watching these projects come to life! The student meltdowns have been minimal, and Ms. Farrow sees them as a sign of their dedication and determination. 






Advanced Drawing students have been working on their CMC Common Reader Art Contest entries. The stakes are high as there is $$ involved for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Come by the college on Tuesday, October 18th at 7pm to see some amazing student art, hear our HS Band play, and listen to author Rayna Grande speak about her book.


Amber Aguilera

Libby Smeltzer


Jessie Jardee

Aryha McNamee 

Aryha McNamee



Jasmin Santos


Basic Wheel class has been practicing patience, perfecting the art of taking deep breaths, and has found their Zen. They have successfully learned how to center clay on the wheel, and may have even had fun doing it! Sometimes.