MY TEACHING CAREER
Student Portfolio of Art and Photography
Works done by former students, under the tutelage of Darrell Schultz, in Visual Arts and Photography.
ACRYLIC OR OIL PAINTINGS
MADE FROM CLAY
Acrylic or Oil Paintings
"Imitation of Reality," the first oil painting ever done by Gary Parsons (10th grader).
Acrylic painting. Jammie Francis. 9th.
Don Burk. (12th grade). Acrylics painted over taped negative space then tape was removed. Part of his installation.
"Wild Thing." Shane Smith (9th grade).
"Solitude." Blake Smith (12th grade). Acrylic painting in a homemade frame.
Karen Brown (12th grade). Oils on one of our many self-stretched canvases.
Group project. Acrylics on plywood.
Don Burk (12th grade). "Bird Without Feathers." Acrylic on self-stretched frame, part of his HUGE installation, "Enter the Mind of a Self-Portrait."
JoAnne Agers. Acrylic diptych on self-stretched and sized canvas.
Sheri Agresti, "Self-Portrait." Acrylic triptych on self-stretched canvas.
Acrylic paints on posterboard. Junior high school student.
Lisa Fisher. Oil paint diptych.
"Evil." John Watts. Acrylic on self-stretched (LARGE) canvas.
First acrylic painting effort. "Self-portrait of Adam Cisarik." 7th grader.
"Do Not Spit." Soyla Santos. Acrylics. Presented to the Cache Post Office, where this can actually was in place.
Amanda Boehm. Acrylics washes on canvas. 9th grader.
DeAnne Felder. "Ooops!" Acrylic paints on a canvas she stretched in class.
Conventional easel painting done by a Cache High School student.
Gary Parsons. 11th grade. His second oil painting. "Reflections."
Middle school student's vision of a fruit still life done as stained glass. Acrylics.
Roger Brown. "Emily Arbitrarily." Acrylics.