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Students create tile project to represent life at high school

April 30, 2012

Students in Art Teacher Lisa Ann Baisley’s second semester sculpture class developed the Monticello High School Tile project after discussing artists who made clay tiles and the different types of relief and themes that artists have worked on.

The class thought it would be fun to create their own tile project for the school and wanted to make something that represented the school as a whole.

This piece of art represents all that Monticello High School has to offer its students, such as academics, sports and after-school activities. Through the project's inception, the students had the opportunity to contribute their artistic talents and ideas and develop them into a meaningful piece of art.

Photos: Monticello High School students work on the Monticello High School Tile project. Back Row, Alyssa Lachance, Brandon Reese, Garrett Lapolt. Middle Row, Emily Santo, Michelle Hulse, Mae Bonnaci. Front row, Jessica Mann, Kimberly Gugliotta, Bruna Armelian, Shelby Jakaitis, Victor Vargas III, Brian Gallego. Not pictured are Lauren Cook, Stefany Lopez, Jennifer Giza, Tammy Corrigan.

The Monticello High School Tile Project, created by sculpture students. The tiles represent all that Monticello High School has to offer its students, such as academics, sports and and after-school activities.

MHS students   The tile project