Students in Advanced Studio Art choose an area or media of concentration for each quarter, do written research about the chosen area, and then work on pieces of their own selection and design. Because this class provides the opportunity for individual talents and interests, the serious art student is expected to be creative and unique in areas that could include: airbrush, art history, calligraphy, candle making, ceramics, copper enameling, drawing, fabrics/textiles, jewelry making, needlework, painting, printmaking, sculpture, stained glass and wood burning.


PREREQUISITE: FR Art Fundamentals, Beginning Studio Art, Intermediate Studio Art, and Teacher Approval