UHS Art Department

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PLEASE JOIN US:

UCFSD STUDENT ART 
at 
KENNETT SQUARE'S 
 ART IN THE SQUARE 2016!

will be exhibiting at the 
American Legion Building
Broad and State Streets

Exhibit OPENING  6-8:00 pm FRIDAY & at
SATURDAY & SUNDAY's  EVENT: 10-5:00pm

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:
KENNETT ,UPLAND, SANFORD,OXFORD,AVON GROVE, UNIONVILLE





The Unionville High School Art Department proud to announce Art show winner!

The jewelry of Kaitlyn Drohan, grade 12, has been chosen as an honored award winner at the Chester County Intermediate Unit’s 42nd annual High School Art Exhibition! The set of pieces was created as a part of the recently established advanced 3D Art level III class, instructed by Faith Dilworth. The two pendants were made using Precious Metal Silver Clay and glass. 


Congratulations to the students selected for the 42nd annual Chester County Art Exhibit

These students were chosen as part of a limited entry to represent Unionville's excellence in Art

2D

 Isabella Davulcu,  Tessa Haldeman, Tova Hartfelder, Lyndsay Hastings, Ryan Hastings, Rebecca Heyman, Suchi Jain, Jessica Homitz, Dara Jin, Katelyn Keefer,  Alexandra Lerman, Zhenni Liang, Irene Liu,  Madeline Hershey, Kaylee McCarthy, Frank Modesto, Claire Mottola, Morgan Nadin, Lily Neff-Peterson, Phoebe Smith, Seline Stoop, Anna Semel, Sophia Thorpe, Gabrielle White, Shannon White 

3D
Ryan Hargadon, Clarisse Confrancesco, Dakota Kilgraff, Kaitlyn Drohan


Congratulations to the PTO selected senior artists for the 2015 Art Gala

Virginia Latham and Molly Hutter


Congratulations to our winners of the senior art awards and scholarships, Mollie Dauphin, Julia Madrak, and Lauren Rittler




UHS Art Department is pleased to announce that Senior Jennifer Collins, is an Award winner of the Chester County IU's 2015 Annual High School Excellence in Art Exhibit hosted by the Chester County Art Association.

Check out the Exhibit which continues until Saturday the 18th!

Jenny joins last year's awardee, senior Rahul Doraiswamy as 2015 grads graduates who have received award recognition by CCAS patrons! Jenny and Rahul are currently Art IV; Portfolio students of Ms. Benson.

Jenny has committed to pursue her Visual/Spatial education at SAIC, School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a scholarship award from them.


Egg Bowl Still Life, Jennifer Collins


Annual
CCIU  HIGH SCHOOL 
"Excellence in Art" Exhibit 2015

Saturday April 11-Saturday April 18, 2015






Congratulations to our winners from the DCAD High School ART Scholarship & Exhibit
       
          -Lexie Lerman, Junior; 2nd place
     -Molly Hutter, Junior: Honorable Mention



Congratulations to seniors Taylor French and Haley Eierman for earning top honors in the 2015 regional Women's Portfolio competition



Check out our students work and support a good cause at the empty bowls event





Did you miss us at the DCCA?  Click on the link to see
The Expressions of Grief show @ the DCCA




Congratulations to the PTO selected senior artists for the 2014 Art Gala


Jennifer Collins



Leif Anderson


 
                                   A student's work from when they started Art I to a piece made in their Art III class
Art

The word art is often associated with drawings, 
paintings, sculpture and the skills required to produce such work.  In the past, the value and satisfaction provided by art has been seen as appropriate only to those who have "talent".  Recent evidence has shown a changing attitude toward the need for art in our society.  Properly utilized, art can promote visualization techniques capable of enhancing creative thinking for all students.  Art is becoming recognized as promoting or supporting professions in science, business, medicine, writing, music and history.

Among supportive data, the Center for Creative 
Leadership, in Greensboro, N.C., cites that over fifty percent of the five hundred largest American companies now have formal programs for creativity training.  The University of PA requires a figure-drawing class for pre-med students.  There is an acknowledged relationship between the drawing skills acquired in the course and the observation skills necessary in medicine.  Architectural and engineering firms are seeking to employ more creative job candidates.  Students considering careers in these fields should be advised to schedule art classes in their educational program.  Here at Unionville High School we offer exceptional courses that emphasize visual education.  Selection of a full-year, Art course, level I-IV course will not only promote creative thinking but also fulfill a graduation requirement.  A semester Art class will partially serve the need for the five elective credits also required for graduation.  In both full and semester courses, you may choose either two or three dimensional emphasis.  We invite everyone to learn to appreciate the value of art courses.