Digital Painting

Students had the choice to work from a reference image, or paint from their imagination. Each student’s work and style is so unique. Well done group!

Fun with Google

Gr. 11 students created Google Animations using a theme of their choosing. All projects are digitally painted and animated using frame by frame animation. We’ve done these for a few years now and the students always have fun and come up with such creative ideas! Well done all.

Awesome Work!

Here is a selection of creative art from our Media Arts students this year.

Kim Patriarca, Gr. 11, Hybrid Self Portrait
Jerika Morey, Gr. 11 Hybrid Self Portrait
Will LeBlancq, Gr. 11, Digital Painting
Angelie Wright, Gr. 12, Animated Digital Painting
Brianna Goslin, Gr. 12, Hybrid Digital Painting
Joelle Olding, Gr. 12, Digital Painting
Sloane Cameron, Gr. 11, Hybrid Self Portrait
Gabe Merjavec, Gr. 11, Animated 360 degree photo

Grade 12 Culminating

Check out the culminating projects from the Grade 12 students! They chose any form of digital media (photography, digital painting, vector illustration, animation, etc.) and created a piece of artwork that reflects at least 2 of the Principles of Media Arts: Hybridization, Point of View, Duration, and Interactivity.

Alice Goodberry


City Scene 1 (1 of 1)Milla Lesic


Mathis Cournoyer


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Anya Freundorfer


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Lauren Lavictoire


Olivia Ows

Grade 12 Vector Illustrations

This was the Grade 12 students’ first time using Adobe Illustrator! They experimented with the pen and gradient tools to create vector graphics – images that use mathematics rather than pixels to store the information so that the images can be resized without every getting blurry.

zero 2 Madi

Madi Scott


Lavictoire-Illustration taskLauren Lavictoire


Ows Vector Illustration-01Olivia Ows


Mathis Cournoyer - TeddyMathis Cournoyer

Grade 12 Conceptual Photography

Grade 12 students chose between creating a series of at least 3 conceptual, surreal photographs, or creating a photo composite by seamlessly stitching together multiple photos on Photoshop. This project combines knowledge of camera settings, Lightroom photo editing, composition, and Photoshop editing skills.

composite assignment mediumAnya Freundorfer


MediumLogan Cooper


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Anna Faaren


Lost and Found (1 of 1)Olivia Ows


Photography Project - Composite 2 - Mathis CournoyerMathis Cournoyer


Wu Composite lighterCaroline Wu


Conceptual Photography copy 2 - MillaMilla Lesic