Each spring Carlisle’s Pannill-Walker Hall is transformed into an art gallery as art instructor Sherry Moschler fills the walls with student artwork from her art appreciation class. This show is a fun tradition where the campus bursts with color, and last year the show and student artists even drew media attention from BTW21!
While the campus is closed now due to COVID-19, we do not want our students to miss the special opportunity to showcase their talents. Instead of the traditional spring art show, we are teaming up with Mrs. Moschler and Middle/Upper School art instructor Judy Dashoff to launch an online gallery each day, beginning on Monday, April 6th. Photos will be shared of completed works, semi-completed works, and behind-the-scenes pictures of student artists at work in grades K-12.
Stay tuned and follow along each day as we present Carlisle’s 2020 Virtual Spring Art Show!
Day One: Keith Haring Inspired Drawings, Aboriginal Art, and Using Lines to Create Texture
Day Two: Giacometti Inspired Human Figures, Foreshortening Self-Portraits, and Acrylic Paintings
Day Three: Louise Nevelson Inspired Sculptures, Pointillist Paintings, and Still Life Drawings
Day Four: Frida Kahlo Inspired Self-Portraits, Stained Glass Art, Foil Art, and Non-Objective Art Collaborative Mural
Day Five: Vincent van Gogh Inspired Mural, Greek Masks, Shading and Highlights Study, Upper School Community Exhibit
Please note: If your child’s artwork is not featured in the galleries, they might have been absent or ill on the particular day each group of photos was taken. We want to include all students, so please note that any omissions are not intentional.