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Heavy Metal
Ms. Benavides art students recently worked on an interesting project using sheet metal, sharpies, and lots of creativity. The metal repousse technique is used to hammer designs into the metal to create unique shapes and patterns. Check out the galler (More)
Bush Artists Share their Secrets
Mariana Lee Acevedo interviews Rosie Ganksey, Sarah Fortuno, and Anna Billman about their artwork as they go over the minor, but major, details regarding what makes their art stand out and be unique. (More)
Scratch That
Scratchboard Art is a form of direct engraving where the artist scratches off dark ink to reveal a white or colored layer beneath. There is also foil paper covered with black ink that, when scratched, exposes the shiny surface beneath. Scratchboard c (More)
Bulldog Artist Awarded Scholarship
Recently, Rose Ganske earned a well-deserved scholarship for her amazing artwork. We have collected a group of pictures and created an online gallery of her work. Jeremy Cofield had an opportunity to visit with Rose and talk to her about her recent a (More)
Get To Know Your Brahmas: Q&A With Mrs. Pitman
Mrs. Bianca Pitman is a new art teacher and has been teaching art for 18 years. She also enjoys practicing photography as a hobby.

Get to Know Your Brahmas: Q&A with Angelina Sandoval
[caption id="attachment_33099" align="alignright" width="169"] Angelina Sandoval by Nastasha Vallejo

Bush Artists Showcase Work
Congratulations to Bush students who participated in the Jr. VASE last month. The Jr. VASE (which stands for Junior Visual Art Scholastic Event) was held at Rawlinson Middle School and Bush students had to present their artwork to a juror who scored (More)
2016 Night Gallery
On April 27 and 28 Blossom Athletic Center held the annual Night Gallery that lets students display their art. Here are some of the many featured art pieces from MacArthur students.   [gallery type="rectangular" size="medium" ids="32378,32 (More)
New Art Teacher
New Art Teacher Lots of people don’t know her but she is the new art teacher, and I thought we should give her a big Garner welcome and make her feel like she is at home. I took some time with Ms. Mosqueda to ask her what are some fun things to kn (More)
MacArter: Mr.Ricketts and his Paint Brushes
Pencils, charcoal, acrylic paint, watercolor, gouache, pastels. Mr. Ricketts loves them all. For 30 years, Mr. Ricketts has been teaching art at MacArthur High School. He's had his art sold and shown all over the country, and he shares his passion (More)
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