Adeline Vanik teaches at Eleanor Roosevelt High School and has been teaching in PGCPS for 5 years. She holds a Bachelors of Studio Art with a Graphic Design concentration and Masters of Art Education from University of Maryland College Park. Vanik most enjoys teaching the technical skills associated with art in order to promote a solid foundation for her students. In her spare time, she enjoys creating graphite portraits and painting with watercolor.
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Gallery of Arts-Integrated Work
SCHOOL: Eleanor Roosevelt High School
CLASS: Art 2, Grades 10-12
PRISM.K12 STRATEGIES: Identify, Empathize, Express, Compare, and Synthesize
PHILLIPS ARTWORK INSPIRATION: Roger Shimomura, Shimomura Crossing the Delaware, Acrylic on canvas, 2010, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution
In this arts integration unit, Masterpieces Reimagined, students were introduced to some famous artworks that have an impact on history, society, and our own artmaking process. They were assigned artworks and were asked to imaginatively recreate it using their own characters or their favorite pop culture characters. This was done with a hope to develop a deeper understanding of not only the artwork, but also to be immersed in the process in which the artist participated.