Congratulations to Joseph Ladewig of Merrill Area Public Schools for his imaginative pencil drawing. Joseph is in 12th grade and is taught art by Linda De Broux.
Artist imagine the future. Scientists can make it happen. If an artist sketches a floating city or a human/animal robot, scientist can test it to see if it can happen. My drawing of an animal robot in nature could be the inspiration for a scientist and a new invention. Artists and scientists together can pave the way for the future. Both have ideas, theories and hypotheses that can become a reality if they work together in the laboratory and studio. This is how our greates invention have come to life.
Charlotte wants to live in a world filled with creative and appreciative people, chocolate and gel pens in every desk drawer, and a force field around her that repels clay, paint, and oil pastels from her clothes.
As a Portage Community School District employee for seven years, she’s worn many hats including special education para, secretary, substitute teacher, and muralist. She has finally found her home at Bartles Middle School as the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade art teacher. Every day is a new adventure for her in the company of middle schoolers as she teaches students to be creative, courageous, and how to handle drama. When she is not working on lesson plans or wedging clay, you can find her baking bread, pulling weeds, and reminding her daughters to do their chores for the seventy-fifth billion time.
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