Carroll County High
Hillsville, Virginia
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Artwork Exhibits - this school year (since July 2014)
 
Pinch Pot sketch (1 artwork)
Apr 2015, taught by Freda Cole
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Creative Color Wheel (1 artwork)
Apr 2015, taught by Freda Cole
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Color Pencil (4 artworks)
Mar 2015, taught by Freda Cole
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Feb 2015, taught by Freda Cole
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Contour Line Drawing (4 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Color Wheel Designs (6 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Nov 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Pinch Pot Sketch (36 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Cross Contour (16 artworks)
Nov 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Glass Painting (4 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Pinch Pots Clay (34 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Coil Vase (9 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Play Props (3 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Slab Clay Construction (15 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Tile Mosaic (3 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Relief Printmaking (7 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Paper sculpture (27 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Acrylic Painting (24 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Pottery Thumbnails (28 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Color Pencil Rendering (39 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Marker Pointillism (22 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
Objective: Students will learn about past artists’ and movements and styles. Subject to be from observation (still life) ...
   
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WaterColor (2 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Value Drawing x4 (28 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Coil Vase Sketch (9 artworks)
Sep 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Oil Paintings - scapes (2 artworks)
Aug 2014, taught by Freda Cole
Objective: Students will learn about past artists’ and movements and styles. Subject to be from observation (still life) ...
   
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Thrown Pottery Items (40 artworks)
Aug 2014, taught by Freda Cole
Medium Fire Clay, Thrown on Pottery Wheel, Underglaze Colors and Clear Glaze Fired.
   
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Stipple Value Drawing (35 artworks)
Aug 2014, taught by Freda Cole
Pen and Ink on paper. Values rendered with stipple or dots. Create the illusion of space in a 2-dimensional drawing of a ...
   
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Aug 2014, taught by Freda Cole
Pen and Ink on paper. Values rendered with cross-hatch technique.
   
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Aug 2014, taught by Freda Cole
Graphite Pencil on Paper. Continuous tone values are used to create the illusion of space.
   
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Assessment Drawings (62 artworks)
Aug 2014, taught by Freda Cole
First Day - Continuous Tone Assessment Drawing
   
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Slab Leaf Bowl (5 artworks)
Aug 2014, taught by Freda Cole
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Artwork Exhibits - last school year (July 2013 - June 2014)
Artwork Exhibits - 2 years ago (July 2012 - June 2013)
Artwork Exhibits - 3 years ago (July 2011 - June 2012)
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for this school year ... state nation
575 artworks #75 #2480
107 fanclub members #93 #2820
2 comments #131 #4017
117 artist statements #15 #680
  overall rank #87 #2797
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School Awards & Honors
  2013-2014 Statements Award
Ranked #8 in Virginia (#299 in the nation) for artist statements collected among all schools
  2013-2014 Statements Award
Ranked #8 in Virginia (#498 in the nation) for artist statements collected among middle schools
  2013-2014 Leadership Award
Ranked #4 in Virginia (#105 in the nation) for overall participation among high schools
  2013-2014 Art Publishing Award
Ranked #3 in Virginia (#109 in the nation) for art published among high schools
  2013-2014 Fan Clubs Award
Ranked #7 in Virginia (#273 in the nation) for fan club signups among high schools
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Student Hall of Fame
No students have entered the Hall of Fame this year, but some have won other awards.
view all awards (59 students in all)
 
Recent visitor comments ...
I created "Peppers in Pointillism using markers on a 9'x10' matboard. I have displayed a green pepper propped up against a yellow pepper which is on it's side. A red pepper is leaning dependently on the yellow peppers right side (opposite the green pepper). The peppers and pepper stems created organic, 2-D shapes. Altogether, this created illusions of space in overlapping (creating shadows), placement (the green and red peppers being further back in the visual plane), and values (fading colors for light and using compliments to darken). My color scheme was red, yellow, and green, with complimentary values being purple, red, and dark green. Principles of design that I used were informal balance, creating asymmetry. The focal point of the design is the yellow pepper because of its brightness and placement in the focal plane. The places that your eyes are directed to are where the edges of peppers meet. My work is overall unified by the objects and technique that is consistently use
left for Sarah21579
Nice work! -- Thomas
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Recent artist statements ...
My 10” X 14” value drawing is titled, “ Value of Peppermints”. Mediums used are pen, graphite, and colored pencil on paper. It’s divided into stipple, crosshatching, color pencil, and continuous tone. Vertical, horizontal, and diagonal real lines are in the crosshatch section. The peppermint’s geometric shapes are rectangular shaped bodies and oval ends. I used overlapping, placement, intensity and value to present an illusion of space. Two peppermints overlap others. Some peppermints are placed higher than others. The intensities are tints and shades. My values are mid-tones, cast shadow, and highlight. My darks are black and violet, mid-tones are pink and mid-grey, lights are pink and white. Smooth textures are shown. My colors are black, violet, mid-grey, pink, and white. The balance is informal and asymmetrical because the different side to side. The focal point is the color section because of its emphasis and centrally located. Textures and shapes unify the art and repeat value tones. I titled my artwork, “Value of Peppermints” because it tells you what the picture is. This piece of art is objective; you can recognize images of real subjects. Imitationalism imitated an illusion of space. The artwork is on a two dimensional surface and you create 3D. I like the 3D peppermints created. I have successfully created an illusion of peppermints to look 3D in 2D on paper used by overlapping, placement, and value to create this illusion.
written by Chloe11176
written by Chloe11176
The title of my 10"x14" drawing is, "Super Crayola". The mediums are pencil, color pencil, and pen on paper. It has four sections stipple, cross hatching, continues tone, and color pencil on paper. I used the illusions of space; placement, intensity, and value. The values are cast shadows, mid-tones, and highlights. Intensity are tints and shades. For placement one crayon is higher than the other. I use visual texture; it shows paper on the crayon and waxiness of the crayon. My color scheme I use is black, white, red, and purple. The balance is informal and asymmetrical; the sections are different from side to side. Emphasis is the color section because it’s the biggest section, more intense, and it’s closer to the center. The unity is achieved through repeated in the artwork is shapes and value. The title is “Super Crayola” because they are crayons that look unique. It’s objective because I can name it. It is imitating nature because it creates illusion of space. It imitates 3D crayons. I think the work looks good and shows the two crayons like. I have successfully created an illusion of 3D real crayons in a 2D drawing of two crayons by using my value and placement.
written by Cheyanne986
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