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Room FA1102, FA1105 (Ceramics)
Ceramics II, III, IV
936-276-4000 ext. 4149
8th Period 1:03 - 2:40
For Art I supply list & Ceramics fee requirements, click on your class tab.
To join your class on Google Classroom,check your school email- class codes will be sent directly to you.
Welcome to Mrs. Moons' Website!
This is my first year at Lake Creek, and I am very excited to be your teacher. I am an art enthusiast, and you will see that in my teaching style. I am an abstract artist, and I have been exhibiting my paintings for 15 years in local galleries. I recently had my first museum exhibition at the Pearl Fincher Museum, which feels AWESOME to say- that was a huge goal of mine!
I graduated from The Art Institute of Houston and started my creative career as a designer for an architecture firm. I started teaching in 2007. Eight of those years I taught elementary art, and for the last five years I have taught adults, teens, and kids privately through my art studio, and through galleries. I even have my own kiln in my art studio and have loved teaching ceramics to kids for years! If you want to see what kind of art I create, check out my IG page: @saramoonsart
I am married to Mr. Moons, also a teacher, and we have 3 kids- a daughter who will be a freshman at Lake Creek this year, and 2 boys aged 10 and 6. We have an adorable mini schnauzer/ terrier who looks just like baby Chewbacca.
Students are required to purchase basic art supplies- supply list is available below.
Art I Syllabus
Course Goals and Objectives
Throughout the year students will:
Supply List 2020-2021
All supplies can be found at Wal-Mart, Dollar General, Dollar Tree, CVS, Michael’s, or Hobby Lobby.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns
All ceramics students are required to submit a $50 ceramics fee: please log into MySchoolBucks.com to pay online.
Art II Intro to Ceramics
Introduction to ceramic processes: utilization of basic clay materials, building of clay forms. Firing, glazing, and aesthetic principles of ceramic sculpture.
Art III Intermediate Ceramics
Further study of ceramic techniques focusing on 3D portfolio development. Art III students will be provided with opportunity to apply advanced techniques in designing, altering clay body, sculpting, and glazing, as well as photographing their finished products and developing an online portfolio. Independent research will be required.
Art IV Upper Level Ceramics
Further study of ceramic techniques focusing on 3D portfolio development. Art IV students will be provided with opportunity to apply advanced techniques in designing, altering clay body, sculpting, and glazing, as well as photographing their finished products and developing an online portfolio. Independent research will be required.
Ceramics II, III, IV Syllabus
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