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Visual Arts

Working in the beautifully designed Lundin Fine Arts Center, aspiring artists receive the training and recognition they need at Webb. Students can study pottery, drawing, painting, design, printmaking, sculpture and videography with the school's master teachers. Student work is highlighted both during the school's annual Fine Arts Week and throughout the year in the Center's art gallery.
There are three levels of art classes available for students with Advance Art, which focuses on the development of a portfolio, serving the needs of the most dedicated artists. Mike Quinn and Michael Stem teach in the art program.

Mr. Quinn

A recipient of the school's David Newton McQuiddy Award for Excellence in Teaching, Mr. Quinn's professional experience extends from local Emmy award-winning set and puppet design to operating his own clay studio, the Dinosaur Dirt Farm. His background in biology, travels abroad and interest in philosophy influence his approach to instruction.
Mr. Quinn teaches Art I, Art II, Advanced Art, AP Studio, and Art Appreciation. (Some may even remember him as P.T. Pickens on the PBS programs "Mrs. Cabobble's Caboose" and “Music Funfactory”.)

Michael Stem

Michael Stem attended Middle Tennessee State University where he earned his BFA in ceramics and printmaking. Working with artists such as Wayne White, Matthew Hopson-Walker and Brandon Sanderson, Michael gained a wide range of printmaking influence and a passion for the process. Michael also served as an aid to Sensei Masakazu Kusakabe in the construction of MTSU’s eco-friendly smokeless kiln.

His need to create, coupled with a desire to inspire young artists, lead him to join the Webb family in the fall of 2018 to serve as the Middle School Art Instructor.


Our Webb Artists:

Please peruse this gallery from time to time and let me know if you see any of your art that you do not want to remain on our website. Also, If you would like to have any of your art posted and do not see it here please let me know.

We are very proud of you and your work and you should be as well!

Lauren Cummins '22

Artist: Lauren Cummins
Artist: Lauren Cummins
Artist: Lauren Cummins
Artist: Lauren Cummins
Artist: Lauren Cummins
Artist: Lauren Cummins
Artist: Lauren Cummins
Artist: Lauren Cummins

Daisy Liu '23

Artist: Daisy Liu
Artist: Daisy Liu
Artist: Daisy Liu
Artist: Daisy Liu
Artist: Daisy Liu

Mili Walton '23

Artist: Mili Walton
MiliWaltonArts

Sydney Sinclair '22

Artist: Sydney Sinclair
Artist: Sydney Sinclair

Rui Zhou '22

Artist: Rui Zhou

Eddie Cumberbatch '22

EddieCumberbatchPottery

"I chose to focus my pottery on Kenyan art this semester because my mom was born in Kenya and I wanted to explore my roots some more. I took a trip there with her in spring of 2021 and experienced some amazing things such as tasting new food, seeing the wildlife, and seeing the art they make and how everything is handmade and natural.

I ended up buying a wood carving of a zebra and another wood carving of an impala and I wanted to try to recreate those in my own style with clay." - Eddie Cumberbatch '22


Art I Project

Art I Project - The Webb School

 

Art I Project - The Webb School's Students

 

Art 1 Project from The Webb School's students