GUHSD Art Teachers Featured at Faculty Art Show

GUHSD Art Teachers Featured at Faculty Art Show
October 2011- The same GUHSD teachers who constantly encourage students to display their masterpieces recently got the chance to present their own work in the Faculty Art Show.

Over a week-long period, drawings, paintings, sculptures, photographs, and more, all created by GUHSD art teachers, were on display at the Nielsen Design Center in Phoenix.

At the opening reception, many of the artists were present, discussing their work with viewers and mingling with their colleagues. Culinary students were also there providing hors d'oeuvres and desserts.

GUHSD is proud of the work put into this show by the Curriculum and Instruction department and GUHSD art teachers. Special appreciation is also extended to Mike Nielsen for providing the venue for this event.
Ballerina Sculpture
From the Guiness Book of World Records by Jessi Kerr
of Apollo High School shows attention to detail.
Tia Bowling
An untitled mixed media piece by Laurenthia Bowling
of Greenway High School displays her creative eye.
Art Smith
Art Smith of Moon Valley High School explains his
Perishables 1 (Loquats).
Barbara Dahlstedt
Barbara Dahlstedt of Apollo High School stands with
some of her work, including Bianca, Looking on
the Brighter Side,
and Reflection and Refraction.