Superintendent's Permanent Art Collection
The permanent collection of student artwork located in the District's Administration building is possible due to the support of past and present superintendents, administrators, outstanding art teachers, supportive parents and talented student artists.
- Started in 1997- 1998 - with four, two-dimensional student works of art
- Collection includes student artwork from grades k - 12
- Collection includes 115 pieces of two-dimensional and three-dimensional works
- Variety of Media includes: painting, printmaking, digital photo, ceramics, paper mache’, collage, drawings and mixed media
The most recently selected artwork will be hung in the superintendent’s office area for a year. Next year, this work will be relocated to the halls or offices within the administration building.
Thank you, to our students for donating your work to this collection.
The 2015-2016 Superintendent's Permanent Collection Selections
In keeping with the annual tradition of adding new student artwork to the permanent collection at the Central Administration Building, ten Pennsbury artists were recognized at a special reception held recently in their honor. Administrators, teachers, and family members were present as Art Curriculum Coordinator, Ruth Anne Schultz, unveiled the selected works for 2016, bringing the total number of pieces in the permanent collection to 115. Listed below are the students’ names and the schools they attended last year when the works were created. Congratulations to these talented artists!
Kiersten Adair, Makefield Elementary
Art teacher: Gretchen Stout
Zoe Barber, Pennwood Middle School
Reduction Print Self-Portrait
Art teacher: Rebecca VanLieu
Lily Bae, William Penn Middle School
Color Pencil Drawing
Art Teacher: Blair Greiner
Thomas Driscoll, PHS
Art teacher: Tony Napoli
Madison Dwyer, Afton Elementary
Art teacher: Trisha Baehser
Grace Pinkstone, PHS
Art teacher: Lindsay Chong
Karina Raykova, PHS
Mixed Media Photo Transfer
Art teacher: Abigail Cramer
Anna Yates, PHS
Art teacher: Curtis May
Kamonwan Sangthong, PHS
Color Pencil Drawing
Art teacher: James Minton
Another PHS student, Alexandra Atkinson, was in attendance at this event. A piece of Alexandra’s artwork, titled Tiger Eyes, was selected for a county-wide exhibition planned by the Bucks County Intermediate Unit (BCIU) in 2017. Alexandra's work, created in the classroom of Art teacher, Curtis May, will be celebrated with other pieces from area school districts in March at the BCIU.