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Welcome! I hope you find the information you need and see what is happening in our art classes! The most up-to-date way to catch what's going on would be to follow us on Instagram! FMSARTDEPT posts weekly about all levels of art at FMS. 
 
If you need to contact me, my conference period is 9:22-10:10. Email is always the fastest way to contact me at maguilar@fisd.us or you can call 830-393-5350 ext. 52310. 
 

 
 

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 WOW! It is already September, folks! Two exciting weeks into the '17-'18 school year and we are gearing up for some awesome art. 
 
If you haven't gotten the supplies for your class yet, visit my supply lists page and try to bring them when we return from Labor Day weekend. We will be in full art making mode and definitely need our sketchbooks to be successful each day. 
 
I am looking forward to another great year here at FMS and will be sharing our artistic triumphs and trials via Instagram at: FMSARTDEPT

Come celebrate our year in art at the FMS Student Art Show! May 23rd from 4:30-7:00. Come and go as you like and congratulate the students on their fabulous work. 

Instagram

This just in! Floresville Middle School Art Department now has an instagram account! Follow us at fmsartdept!

It is coming!!! The beginning of the year is only days away! I am excited to see all the students and get all the creative juices FLOWING! 2016-2017 will be a great year.
Here are just a few highlights from 2015-2016 Intro and Advanced Art. For a full view of the spring 2016 student art show, head over to my photo albums!

Supplies for 16-17 School Year

Here are the supply lists for Introduction to Art, Advanced Art, and 3D Design. Please bring the required supplies no later than August 29, 2016.
 
Introduction to Art
• 1 8 1/2x11 or 9x12 Spiral Sketchbook
• 2 Pink/White Pearl Erasers
• 8 Pack of #2 Pencils
• 1 Hand Pencil Sharpener 
• 24 Count Colored Pencils
• 1 Zipper Pouch
• 2 Black Permanent Markers (fine or ultra fine)
• 1 Package of Unscented Baby Wipes
  
Advanced Art
• 1 8 1/2x11 or 9x12 Spiral Sketchbook
• 2 Pink/White Pearl Erasers
• 8 Pack of #2 Pencils
• 1 Hand Pencil Sharpener 
• 24/36 Count Colored Pencils
• 1 Zipper Pouch
• 2 Black Permanent Markers (fine or ultra fine)
• 1 Box Gallon Size Zip-Lock Bags
• 1 Roll of Masking Tape
 
3D Design
• 1 8 1/2x11 or 9x12 Spiral Sketchbook
• 2 Rectangle Erasers
• 8 Pack of #2 Pencils
• 1 Bottle of Elmer's Glue
• 12 Pack of Colored Pencils
• 1 Pack of Unscented Baby Wipes
 
Email me with any questions you have about these items. 

Advanced Art Students are prepping for BIG ART DAY! The event is on Thursday March 3rd from 4:30-6:30 in the FMS cafeteria. Everyone (parents, students, community members) is invited to attend this free evening of art! Come see what art looks like in our public schools!
WE ROCKED UIL ALAMO HEIGHTS! We had several students from all grade levels that placed in each category!! Pictured are Katie and Tristan. Katie won a 10th place ribbon for her oil pastel drawing and Tristan won a 1st place medal for his self-portrait. Congratulations to all that competed and won.
Advanced Art students Aleena and Mandi watercolor a composition of bones and flowers. We studied the work of Georgia O'Keeffe for inspiration.
We are all packed up for another round of UIL Art competition. There are about 25 students submitting work for judging at this week's UIL contest at Alamo Heights. GOOD LUCK!!
Intro to Art just completed a unit on gridding and using ratios/proportions to help them draw portraits! Students then created self-portraits and shaded with a variety of values. 
Over 50 students submitted artwork to Doodle 4 Google. The competition's theme was "What makes me... me!" We focused on their unique qualities, interests, and personality traits to build a Google logo representative of each student. I am proud of the number of students that created the work and completed the required information in time to submit. State and National finalists will be announced in February.