The studio approach to the visual arts-painting and drawing- is from a classical perspective teaching the students how to plot a point in space and create a three dimensional object on a two dimensional piece of paper or canvas. It is the fundamentals of drawing and the use of color; breaking down the physics of color so that they learn how to mix color and understand the source of light on objects. In Spring, at the end of the school year, there is the annual student art exhibition.

Student Art Exhibition 2018: Anika Mansharamani
Dutch Girl
Three Shells
Gold Finch
Study of a Young Woman
Katie Kaikaulo
Sea Shells
Watercolor of a Seashell
Anika's Tiger
Student Art Exhibition 2018: The Rebers
Kai's Sailboats
Ria's Train Tracks
Anika and Raqhav Mansharamani
Lola Carpenter
Autumn Scene
The Rebers at Opening Night 2018
Raghav Mansharamani and Pierson Haislett
Lola Carpenter and her work
Portrait Study
Pierson Haislet
Vincent's Sunflowers
Tara Sajdeh
Still Life Lemons and Strawberries
Simone Beber
"Sailboat" by Scarlett Hughes
Sadie and Scarlett Hughes
Vincent's Flowers
Still Lifes
Kai and Doug Fogelson
Opening Night 2018
Steve and Vivien Carpenter
Student Art Exhibition 2018
Julia Bober working on her watercolor
Cynthia Summy
Chase Haislet