June 22nd 2014

Some last works out of the kilns before cleaning up and giving the studio a rest for the summer. Thanks to all those who made it a good semester.

Tenmuko and nuka bottle by Ryan Finstad

Ryan Finstad


Raku pot by Zach Nord

Zach Nord


Striped teapot by Kayla Mulkins

Kayla Mulkins


Slab vase by Austen Simmons
Large bowl by David Simon
Cup and saucer by Emily Hoke
Thrown cup by Emily Hoke
Coil pot by Emily Hoke
Cup by Hannah Hoffman
Bowl by Jesus Cruz
Slab sculpture by Kayli Midkiff
Sculpture by Mackenzie Wamble
Raku egg by Ryan Finstad
Raku maraca by Ryan Finstad
Cup by Temby Song
Bowl by Temby Song
Cup by Vanessa Retallick

May 26th 2014

A few photos from our annual Artwalk on Tuesday the 20th, along with work from a recent firing.


IHS Artwalk 2014

A guest views a sculpture by Anders Ledell

A quiet moment in the hallway
Food!
Students working in the IB Visual Arts/Stained Glass/Jewelry Metals room
Another view of the art lobby
The Usual Suspects
Students get family and friends to try out throwing on the wheel



Temby Song

Amber teapot with woven handle by Temby Song
Carved celadon plates by Temby Song
Blue bowl by Temby Song
Bottle vase by Temby Song


Ryan Finstad

Raku dragon egg by Ryan Finstad


Sydney Ross

Puff the dragon by Sydney Ross


But wait there's more . . .

by Hannah Hoffman
by Rachel Medunic
by David Simon
by David Simon
by Bryana Diego
by Emily Hoke
by Drew Roman
by Zack Nord


May 3rd 2014 - WA State HS Photo Contest

Three professional photographers/veteran judges once again volunteered to spend all of their Saturday marching back and forth across our gym, selecting their favorite photos in a dozen categories out of over 4100 submitted from 73 high schools across Washington State. There was a lot of excellent work to enjoy, and some recognition for Inglemoor students and what they had achieved in only one semester. Below are some of the works that took home ribbons, and a few other choice entries.

Many thanks to all the volunteers who worked the event and helped everything run smoothly.

Photos for the 2014 WA State HS Photo Contest
Photos set up ready to be judged
Mel Curtis selecting photos

Top: All the photos except those for the Abstract and Traditional B&W categories, sorted by category and ready to roll.

Middle: One category set up and ready to be judged. Some of the larger categories filled up more than both sides of the gym.

Bottom: Mel Curtis selects photos for consideration.




4th place in Landscape by Bailey Fjelstul

4th place in Landscape by Bailey Fjelstul


6th place in Landscape by Heather McKenzie

6th place in Landscape by Heather McKenzie


Finalist in Landscape by Lauren Bagby

Finalist in Landscape by Lauren Bagby


Finalist in Color by Bernadette Breese

Finalist in Color by Bernadette Breese


Finalist in Abstract by Makisa Bronson

Finalist in Abstract by Makisa Bronson


Select in Landscape by Bailey Fjelstul
Select in Landscape by Bernadette Breese
Select in Landscape by Megan Liang
Select in Landscape by Ben Nussbaum
Select in Still Life by Bailey Fjelstul
Select in Manipulation by Lauren Bagby
Select in Animal by Lauren Mamaghani
Select in People by Sydney Kamuda
by Adrienne Reagan
by Teagan Miller
Select in Camera Phone by Lauren Bagby

March 22nd 2014

A few results from the cone 10 firing on Tuesday.

by Anders Ledell
by Temby Song
by Eddy Dos Anjos

By Anders Ledell (top), Temby Song and Eddy Dos Anjos


by Anders Ledell
by David Simon
by Lionnel Hein
by Sydney Ross
by Temby Song
by Temby Song
by Temby Song

This Is The Future Nextdoor

photo by Megan Liang


Over the summer a remodeling spectacle took place as the room nextdoor to photo was transformed into the new home for Mike Wierusz, and his IB Design & Technology and Sustainable Engineering & Design classes. Using student-generated designs, the room was transformed from a beigy boring blah to a vibrant funhouse of mad dreams, wild science, cool cutting-edge tech and big-assignment sheets of cardboard. So, when Mr. Wierusz gave photo students the opportunity to shoot some needed pics, it was a great chance to check things out. Chloe Jarvis and Megan Liang (thank you!) juggled their schedules to catch a fraction of the action:

photo by Chloe Jarvis
photo by Chloe Jarvis
photo by Chloe Jarvis
photo by Chloe Jarvis
photo by Chloe Jarvis
photo by Chloe Jarvis
photo by Chloe Jarvis
photo by Chloe Jarvis
photo by Megan Liang
photo by Megan Liang
photo by Megan Liang
photo by Megan Liang
photo by Megan Liang
photo by Megan Liang
photo by Rob Flye
photo by Rob Flye
photo by Rob Flye
photo by Rob Flye


Now it's like living next to the DisneyWorld Imagineering department for the rest of reality - one's never quite sure what to expect, but it promises to be interesting. Can't wait to see what's next from the lightsaber-wielding Mr. Wierusz and his Jedi-ninja students, who are working on the future right now.

Pages

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

Link to monthly image blog