Biographies of ArtemisiaTridentata – the three art teachers who are out to save the world from the extinction of creativity.

Meet Molly!  With over 20 years of  inventiveness and inspiration in the classroom, she continues to inspire school children.img_5020


Meet Annie!  Posing here on the dry lake bed of Smith Creek, Nevada, near the town of Austin. She volunteered numerous hours facilitating a mural on the community center wall.



Meet Lauren!  Yes, she is hugging a tree.  What a better way to illustrate her dedication the the natural world and all it has to offer.img_1519


Summer of Sustainability, University of Nevada, Reno 2014

Reno High School students collected plastic bottles from campus, cut them up and strung them like garland to create a massive curtain!img_9352img_9346img_9353UNR Knowledge Center (KC) hosts art from all area high schools that uses recycled, repurposed materials!


Student volunteers then drove the massive garlands (20′ tall strands) and hung them in the window of the Knowledge Center at UNR with spectacular results.

Students from Washoe County are afforded the opportunity to create art that raises awareness of garbage!


Over 300 Reno High School students recycled vinyl records into colorful pinwheels. Notice the old paint cans and repurposed PVC pipes holding the records!

Before a fabulous career in teaching, Miss Molly got to make molds of the Colombian Mammoth burial site. She kept those molds and we hooked up with a former student- Teddy of CrafTed (concrete extraordaire) and cast a vertebrae. The intention being to make a bench for the Gerlach School to enjoy.