Welcome to the Springfield Township High School Art Blog. The purpose of this forum is to inspire discourse surrounding your artistic experiences while building writing skills, exercising your art vocabulary, and refining descriptive language relating to art. In your writing, you may choose to discuss museum and gallery exhibitions, publications, articles, professional works, student works, or responses to each other’s ideas and investigations. Additionally, participants may want to pose questions or react to artistic predicaments, sharing the trials, frustrations, solutions, or the general excitement we feel when we make or look at art.
Saturday, October 17, 2015
James Miller, and he preferred to be called "James," graduated from Springfield in 2013. Within the past year he fell from a window and was in a coma until he passed away on September 19th. He was a promising artist, a bright student, and quite a philosophical person. It was a pleasure to have him as a student. I always looked forward to his homework presentations. He wouldn't give hints or clues to what he was doing, and was full of surprises. He won the award for graphic art at the PSEA Touch the Future student competition for the illustrated book seen below. The book is on permanent display in the high school library entrance. For more information on James' life go to: http://www.chestnuthilllocal.com/2015/09/30/james-gary-ellis-miller/