Taught By Erin McKernan

St. Al's students learn visual art skills and spend time creating works of art using clay, paint, pencil, paper, and more. In this class they will investigate different artists and practice various art techniques, all while developing their own creative artistic abilities!

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Kindergarten - 8th Grade

News & Announcements

Erin McKernan
Mar 19, 2019

5th Grade Folk Art Saint Paintings

Erin McKernan
Mar 08, 2019

Lichtenstein-Style Pop Art

Erin McKernan
Mar 01, 2019

Dr. Seuss Day!

Erin McKernan
Feb 22, 2019

First Grade Spring Collages

Erin McKernan
Feb 15, 2019

Zen and the Art of 7/8 B

Erin McKernan
Feb 08, 2019

Yay for Clay!

St. Al's Art Philosophy

At St. Aloysius Gonzaga School, our goals for our visual arts program are to provide students with fundamental art skills (such as drawing, painting, and sculpting) and to introduce them to the concept of art history, the great masters, and how art can be a powerful way of expressing your blessings and connecting with the world. Moreover, students are given the tools to discuss their art-making processes and communicate their ideas in the spirit of the school’s mission of “Leaders in action, modeled on Christ.” Most of all, they are given a platform upon which to share their artistic gifts with their peers and their Catholic community.

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Images From Our Class