• MATERIALS PICK UP: Make Up Day

    **STUDENTS IN COMPREHENSIVE ART 1 AND CERAMICS FALL SEMESTER WILL RECEIVE REQUIRED CLASS MATERIALS FOR FREE:**

    Unable to pick up your materials last week? SeeMake Up Date Information Below:

    FRIDAY August 21st from 3:15pm-3:45pm

    WHERE?

    Outside the ELHS Art Room

    WHAT WILL YOU RECEIVE?

    Comp Art: posterboard portfolio, drawing paper, printed Visual Verbal Journal packet, set of watercolors, set of colored pencils, drawing kit, oil pastels and an Ultra Fine Tip Sharpie (some items are currently backordered and may not be available at this time. I will schedule future pick up times when items are ready)

    Ceramics: 5lbs Lizella clay in a ziploc bag and 12x18 rolled sheet of roofing paper

     

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Welcome to Visual Arts!

  • room1001 Are you a creative person with an open mind and a positive attitude?  From Ceramics to Drawing & Painting, Visual Arts offers a range of courses to help you realize your artistic goals!

     

  • No room for a class in your busy schedule? Join Art Club and spend some time hanging out and playing with art materials!

    Appreciate art? Stop by our"Glass Box Gallery" display and be inspired by the artwork of talented ELHS students! 

    Hope to see you in the Art Room!

Ms. Gemmill

Phone: 678-750-3651

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BFA: Metals & Graphic Design; Colorado State University, 2005 MeD: Colorado State University, 2008 k-12 GA Visual Arts Certification NAEA Membership Years of Teaching Experience: 10

Ms. Gemmill

Hello! I'm the Art Teacher at Eagle's Landing High School! My last name sometimes trips people up, so you may call me Ms 'G.' I have been teaching visual art for 10 years; the 20-21 school year will be my 5th at Eagles Landing! My passion for teaching is driven by helping students explore and express their ideas  through artistic representation. I believe that we never stop learning, and I love sharing my curiosity and knowledge of art and the world with my students. In addition to teaching, I design and create my own silver jewelry and paint realistic animal portraits through my home art business Rosalia Studio. In my spare time, I enjoy gardening, cooking, and playing video games. I am also an avid amateur equestrian in the discipline of Dressage. Although I teach art, I am also passionate about the connection between art, science and nature; I have a collection of beetle specimens and orchids that I often bring in to class for inspiration. My goal is to instill each and every one of my students with passion, curiosity, and a drive to find creative and unusual solutions to problems. I look forward to guiding the next group of students towards their artisitic potential! 

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