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3D Art

Our 3D studio art courses are designed for students who want to learn how to create geometric, organic, and realistic forms. Students explore construction methods in wood, metal, and various other mediums. Sculptural terms and historical perspectives are integrated with projects.


Twice a year, students in AP Art classes are invited to present their works to the ESD community. The works are showcased in the John Eagle Art Gallery and remain on display for several weeks.

Students in both 2D and 3D art presented works at Kaleidoscopic, the first AP Art Show of 2019.


Several members of the class of 2019 were invited to present their 3D works at the Dallas Young Artist Exhibition presented by Blue Print Gallery. This new exhibition showcased Dallas' top high school artists across mediums.

Learn more about these artists here. 


Three Middle School artists won awards at the 2019 Private School Art Invitational hosted by ESD. This showcase is hosted by local art teachers to celebrate the arts in our schools.

Learn more here. 


As part of their study of the Chinese New Year, Kindergarten friends sculpted pigs out of clay. According to Chinese tradition, 2019 is the Year of the Pig. 

3D art hones a student's communication skills. After conceptualizing a project as a two-dimensional design, it is the
student's ability to communicate their emotions and ideals that transforms that project into a 3D design.- Brenda Hatter, Middle School Sculpture Teacher 

Upcoming Art Events