Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Created by Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Artists: Tyler, Adam, Fernando, Christian, Kane

Title: Cruising the Virgin Islands

Teacher: Mrs. Culbreth

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it enabled all of us to share in an art experience.

About: Our painting shows a cruise ship coming into a bay in the Virgin Islands. It represents one way in which we can enjoy a National Park without impacting too much on the environment.

Created by Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Artists: Sarah, Eliana, Anthony

Title: Lava Flow

Teacher: Mrs. Culbreth

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, because I got to work with my friends on this.

About: Our painting shows a lava flow in Hawaii Volcanoes park. It shows how much our Earth is still changing and growing and how we need to protect these areas from harm. We may need the new land that is being formed.

Created by Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Artist: Ricky

Title: Peaceful Beach

Teacher: Mrs. Culbreth

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes.

About: I decided to paint this scene because it was relaxing and peaceful.

Created by Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Artists: Andres, Adolfo, Roy, Kiel

Title: Coral Reef

Teacher: Mrs. Culbreth

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, because we got extra credit!

About: our painting shows the shoreline and underwater area of Biscayne Park.
We decided to include coral as it is endangered.

Created by Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Artists: Autumn and Karen

Title: Rocky Mountain Forest Path

Teacher: Mrs. Culbreth

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Canvas, fabric, acrylic paint, buttons, and yarn.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was great to collaborate.

About: Our artwork shows the forest that surrounds a ranger’s cabin. It shows how large trees can grow when left undisturbed in our parks.

Created by Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Artist: Cody

Title: 4 Views of Yellowstone

Teacher: Mrs. Culbreth

Theme: Nature

Materials and techniques: Acrylic paint on canvas.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, because we got to work together but it was hard because it was so large.

About: Our artwork shows 4 different things that you can view in Yellowstone Park. It helps to show the diversity found in our parks.

Created by Stissing Mountain High School, Pine Plains, NY

Artists: Dylan, Zachary, Chris, Damien

Title: Volcanic Eruption

Teacher: Mrs. Culbreth

Theme: Conservation

Materials and techniques: Canvas, acrylic paint, fabric and glue.

Did you enjoy this project? Yes, it was fun to work together on such a large painting.

About: We decided to show a volcano to represent the Hawaii Volcanoes Park because it shows how our world is still actively forming!