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Visual Arts

SCS Visual Arts Educational Profile...

SCS Visual Arts students experience professional direction and encouragement to enhance their abilities and are equipped to use this direction to aid in continued education or production of art work. All SCS Visual Arts students have opportunities to showcase exceptional work in a formal gallery exhibit.  SCS Visual Arts graduates produce and critique art based on the “critical method” standards and draw from Art history in their perception of their work and the world around them. SCS Visual Arts graduates produce art with an understanding of the ‘Elements of Art’ and ‘Principles of Design’. A differentiated portfolio of work is created by all SCS Visual Arts students. Recognition of beauty in the world based on God’s example of art in nature and personal abilities given by God are expectations of all SCS Visual Art graduates.

Announcing! The 20-21 SCS Art Exhibit Season



SCS Visual Arts is excited to get back in the studio to prepare for the exciting year ahead.  Summer Studio hours are as follows:

  • July 23 10am-3pm
  • July 30 10am-3pm

SCS students need to make an appointment with Mrs. Bass to rsvp your attendance.  Summer studio hours will take place in the Snelson Art Studio.  NAHS members may use this time to volunteer hours as we are working on some great service opportunities. Social distancing is practiced in the art studio with all attendees working 6 feet apart.  All art students must wear a mask.  It is recommended that students bring their own sketchbooks and art bags. With questions about this studio opportunity, please contact Mrs. Bass.

Visual Arts Faculty

Mrs. Kimberlea Bass
SCS Visual Arts Coordinator
Art II, Advanced Art, and AP Art Teacher
Mr. Evan Marks
Visual Arts
7th grade Art, 8th grade Art, and Art I Teacher