Art

CURRENT NEWS CORNER 

*** Extra Help is offered for ART on Mondays & Thursdays after school from 2:30 pm-3 pm. This is a great opportunity to catch up on any days you may have been absent. You may use extra help time if you ever need more time to complete your Art project.(please email me at crahner5573@holyangelsregional.org to schedule an extra help Art session)

*** Please find links to the Kindness Rocks videos on the bottom of my Art class page (bottom left corner). We will all be creating our own painted Kindness Rocks. These videos give some background info of Kindness Rocks Project origin as well as design inspiration.

***Check your Grade level Homework page regularly (as well as Google Art classroom page if you signed up for that) for recent info about class homework. Feel free to email me or ask me in class if you need the Google Art classroom code again. 

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I love teaching Art to children! I'm happy to now be the Art Teacher at Holy Angels School. I teach a variety of Art media and encourage my students to explore their creativity. 

 

I also teach as the Ceramics Director each summer at Sunrise Day Camp (teaching children with cancer and their siblings). It's wonderful to get to be with these incredibly positive children every summer. They appreciate each moment and encourage everyone to do the same. 

 

Clay is my favorite type of art to teach. I'm excited to bring my knowledge of clay sculpture to Holy Angels. I love sculpture work and will be incorporating other materials into our projects. 

 

I enjoy teaching all types of Art. I'm excited about many painting, collage, and printmaking projects my students will be working on. I'm looking into opportunities to exhibit student artwork in our local community. This is a wonderful way to get my students to appreciate all the aspects of being an artist.

I also love face painting and may have met you during our Back to School Barbecue. I'm looking forward to creating amazing artwork with all of you this year! 

-Mrs. Rahner