Fisher Middle-High School is honored to have two working artists teaching in the Visual Arts program. In high school, Vanessa Favaloro, a graphics artist, teaches Talented Art I-IV, visual arts, and fine arts classes. Students work with several media, including clay, charcoal, watercolors, paper mache, and oils. Their two and three-dimensional art is displayed in front of the office, and at various art shows.
In middle school, Adele Westmoreland works with students in a “pull out” program. While students do not receive Carnegie units in the middle school for art, they participate in area art shows, and receive intensive instruction in both two and three-dimensional art, such as paper mache, still life, charcoals, pastels, and clay. She also teaches Fine Arts Survey and art to high school students.