Samuell Fine Arts

  • Welcome to the Samuell Arts Page! We will showcase student and faculty work.

Art work by Mr. Morin

Mr. Morin

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Mr. Morin

I Teach Art 1 and Art 2. I love art and at the age of fifteen I decided I wanted to become a teacher. One of the competitions we participate in is V.A.S.E (Visuals Arts Scholastic Event). I teach students how to apply art in their core classes as well as in their lives. I love watching my students achieve mastery in their objectives. I am also inspired when I see students take initiative to help their peers and participate in the lesson.

 Charles Petty

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Charles Petty

"I have always been interested in art since I was a little kid. Many things have inspired me ,like the real world and popular cultures. I got my degree at UT Arlington.Before I became an art teacher I was a commercial photographer.I later wanted to share meaningful experience with the new generation.This is my first year teaching art.I care a lot about  my students ; my goal is to show students to think creatively."

"You can talk and work at the same time" - Mr.Petty

Latino Cultural Center Trip

  • W.W Samuell High School fine arts students enjoyed a day at the Latino Cultural Center on Thursday, March 19th from 10am to 2pm. They viewed amazing art from current artists. Mr. Morin’s purpose for taking his students was to expose them to historical art and to visualize art elements done in a masterpiece. Students were interested, the art was mind blowing, and the food was great. One student claimed that seeing the art moved him to pursue a career in art. Another student claimed that it was exhausting but definitely worth it.

    Mr. Franklin’s opinion of the art center is that it was amazing how they didn’t just have the artist’s big masterpiece but also their work throughout their lives--art from middle school all the way to the artist’s college years. The students hope to have their art displayed one day at the Latino Cultural Center.