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Jeanine Lipp - Art

Evergreen Academy, a Nobel Learning School in Bothell, Washington

Jeanine Lipp

Art Specialist

At Evergreen Academy since 1993

Education: Certified in Early Childhood Education 1986, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa California; ongoing art education enrichment at Gage Academy, Seattle.  Self taught artist, actor, musician, and author.

Experience: I began teaching Pre-K in 1977 in Huntington Beach, California and continued for sixteen years.  After moving to the Seattle area in 1993, I began working at Evergreen Academy where I served as Co-Director of the Woodinville location for one year.  At the Bothell location, my love and talent for the arts was noticed by the principal and I was asked to teach Music, Drama, and Visual Art.  I created and implemented a successful curriculum in each subject, making it possible to teach my passion –the Arts.

Passions & Interests: I enjoy teaching the Arts and opening creative doors for children they never dreamed possible.  I hope my enthusiasm for the Arts fosters a lifelong interest in this fun and fascinating subject in all of my students.  I continue my own education in Art at Gage Academy and volunteer at the Seattle Art Museum and the Bellevue Art Museum.  I am the author of the Young Adult fantasy novel “Introverse”; a journey of self-discovery and personal empowerment.  I am avid reader and have a membership in the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and regularly attend the annual International Writer’s Conference in Surrey, British Columbia.

Updated Friday 08-30-2019 10:34pm

Classroom Notes

Welcome to Art!

Get a heads up about what’s happening in Art class by reading the monthly Newsletter.  Click here for upcoming projects this Fall.  Be sure to check out the Evergreen Academy page on Artsonia to see the masterpieces of all the grades.  Fourth Graders participate in The Memory Project to help children around the world who are suffering from war, poverty, natural disasters, and personal loss are celebrated and made to feel special by having a portrait made of themselves.  Please watch the video below of our project for Puerto Rico.  To see our school featured in Q13 news “Portraits in Kindness” click here.

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