Digital Art Show from LCSD!
Dear families and community members,
The Lake County Art department proudly presents our district digital art show for the 2021/21 school year. Our annual Spring Art show is postponed for yet another year, and we have created art in new and different ways we may have not imagined, but Lake County artists have demonstrated great perseverance and resilience. Please enjoy a sampling of their amazing work from this past year. We thank you for the wonderful support that our community and school district has shown for the arts!
Hi West Park Artists and Families! Throughout the year, I have been cataloguing student artwork in an online gallery called Artsonia! Here, you can see many of the fun projects that we have been creating in art class this year. If you would like, there are also opportunities to purchase various merchandise featuring your student’s artwork. Some of the proceeds benefit the West Park Art Department. If you cannot see your student’s art, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up an account.
I am so proud of all of the hard work that our K-2 Artists have done this year! They have demonstrated craftsmanship, curiosity, perseverance, collaboration, and so much growth. Being their art teacher is such a joy, I can’t wait to see what they create over the summer and next year! Thank you so much!
West Park Elementary Art teacher
Lake County Intermediate School
LCIS students have worked incredibly hard this year despite the overwhelming difficulties we have all faced. I am proud to present to you a showcase of artwork from LCIS that is just a small example of the amazing work they have created over the past year. I have tremendous gratitude for our Lake County students; you all inspire me each and every day. Thank you!
LCIS Art teacher
Lake County High School
I am beyond proud of the perseverance, grit and resilience of our Lake County High School students this year. It is has been difficult and has challenged us all in different ways. Art has been especially tough through hybrid and virtual learning. But even through it all, our high school students managed to produce some profound and skilled artwork. I am looking forward to having students back in the art room!
– Erin Farrow
Lake County High School Art teacher