“Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art.” - Leonardo Da Vinci
At Our Savior Lutheran School, we strive to develop scholars who are observant, attentive, and knowledgeable by nourishing their mind through the education of visual art that encompasses the ideals of truth, beauty, and goodness.
Kindergarten through Grade 5 meet for art class twice a week. Classical art concepts of color theory, composition, and art history are incorporated into projects that link up with the subjects the scholars are studying in their literature, history, or science classes. Media including pencil, crayon, marker, tempera paint, watercolor and oil pastel are frequently used to enrich art concepts that are introduced. Our goal is to make your scholar’s art class experience encouraging and enriching. All scholars visit the museum once per semester to further develop their abilities of looking at and understanding fine art. If you have any questions about visual art at OSL, please do not hesitate to contact Megan Leamon, our art teacher, at Mleamon@oslschool.org