Lucas Bruggeman, Moeller, Class of 2012, Attending Maryland Institute College of Art MICA
Brian Cobb, Moeller, Class of 2011, Currently attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati AAC
Aaron Broughton, Moeller, Class of 2012, Attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati on AAC Scholarship.
Brian Cobb, Moeller Class of 2011, Attending the Art Academy of Cincinnati
Joe Trame, Moeller Class of 2011, Portfolio Scholarship to the Art Academy of Cincinnati
Images from various artists to include: Sam Effler 2012, Lucas Bruggeman 2012, Joe Trame 2011, Mike Uckotter 2011.
Evan Verrilli, Moeller Class of 2014, Design for 3-D Motif/Pattern assignment Art II, sophomore year class.
Nick Faust, Moeller Class of 2008, Attended Cornell University
Aaron Wheeler, Moeller, Class of 2013, Currently attending RISD
In preparing for the rigors of a challenging program of professional study in the visual arts I suggest high school students follow these steps.
The sketchbook is one of the most important tools in the tool box of any serious Designer, Architect or Artist. It is akin to the research notebook of a scientist or anyone interested in recording and organizing ideas. The sketchbook shows others your thought process and how your ideas evolve.
Below are examples from my current and former students, my sketchbook requirements for current students and helpful links.
Zack Fagin, Moeller, Class of 2002
Sam Effler, Moeller Class of 2012, Using line to create form and value.
Sam Effler, Moeller Class of 2012, Attending Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
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