Arts

Visual Arts

Every artist was first an amateur.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Curriculum and instruction in the Visual Arts at Mount de Sales, as in every other discipline at the school, seeks to integrate the arts with the Catholic faith. The beautiful fine arts studio space boasts soaring ceilings and a wonderful light that pours through spacious windows. 

Whether in basic drawing classes or advanced portfolio, students are taught to think independently, reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others, to exercise self-discipline and self-control, and to understand the importance of the visual arts in relation to faith, history, culture, and other disciplines. The goal of every course is to teach students to communicate a knowledge of the structures and functions of art while exploring a variety of artistic media.

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Elissa Dubyoski

    Mrs. Elissa Dubyoski 

    Visual Arts Chair, Art Teacher
    Stevenson University - B.S.
  • Photo of Rachel Sweeney

    Ms. Rachel Sweeney 

    Graphic Designer, Digital Media Coordinator, and Yearbook Teacher
    x260
    Shepherd University
  • Photo of Cassandra Mercer

    Mrs. Cassandra Mercer 

    Art Teacher
    x230
    Virginia Commonwealth University - B.F.A. Communication Arts
    Towson University - B.S. Art Education

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