Art


camplinTodd Camplin has been the Art teacher at Marshall High School for four years. Prior to coming to Marshall, Mr. Camplin taught K-12 Art at Harmony Science Academy in Waco for three years. He has a Masters degree in Fine Arts from the University of North Texas, a Masters in Arts and Humanities from University of Texas at Dallas, and a Bachelors degree in Graphic Design from Western Kentucky University. He has exhibited in several exhibitions in Waco, Dallas, and in Marshall, among others. When he isn’t teaching Art, it isn’t surprising he enjoys working in his art studio. A member of TAEA and NAHS, his hope for his students is simple: “I want my students to learn to love art.”

His favorite quote is: “Every artist was first an amateur.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
 
custerGeorge Custer joined MISD in 2016-2017 as Art teacher at Marshall Junior High School, coming to Marshall from Livingston ISD. He is a graduate of University of Houston at Clear Lake with a Bachelors degree in Applied Design/Visual Arts and San Jacinto Community College with an Associates degree in Commercial and Advertising Art. When he isn’t teaching he enjoys singing in local choirs. Mr. Custer’s honors include: Winner of TAACL Winter Juried Open Best Body of Work 2005.

His favorite quote is: “Time is the most valuable thing a man can give.” - Theophratus
 
dunnAmanda Dunn joined Sam Houston Middle School as Art teacher in 2015-2016 after teaching for three years in Mabank ISD. A graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce, she hopes that her students learn from her classes real world experiences, self-expression and future career options.

Her favorite quote is: "If I could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint." - Edward Hopper
 
photoKarla Cox has been Art teacher at Price T. Young Middle School since 20016-2017.