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Mrs. Clements


I am very excited to be joining the Woodstown High School family this year!  

This is my ninth year of teaching Digital and Fine Arts to high school and college-level students! I achieved an MFA degree from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) in 2014 and have been sharing my experiences as an artist and educator ever since!

As an artist, I have studied and created work abroad in Florence, Italy and Costa Rica. I am trained as a traditional artist in drawing and painting and spent many years working in these mediums.  Later in my career, I began working digitally. Currently, I create digital paintings, photography and photo composites. This year, I’ve exhibited my work in group shows in NYC, London, Brussels, Amsterdam, and Paris. I started the year with a solo exhibition with TEDx and will end 2023 as a spotlight artist for London's Women United Artist Magazine.

As an art educator, I have taught many different styles and mediums of art, such as: drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, digital painting, photo manipulation, and basic animation. My experiences as an artist provide me with versatile and creative perspectives to bring into my classroom. High school level art courses inspire creativity, imagination and self-confidence. These attributes can guide the students' learning abilities and encourage growth, creative thinking, self-confidence, free thinking and communication skills. 

We are going to have so much fun while learning this year!  


“When we teach a child to sing or play the flute, we teach her how to listen. When we teach her to draw, we teach her to see. When we teach a child to dance, we teach him about his body and about space, and when he acts on a stage, he learns about character and motivation. When we teach a child design, we reveal the geometry of the world. When we teach children about the folk and traditional arts and the great masterpieces of the world, we teach them to celebrate their roots and find their own place in history.” - Jane Alexander/National Endowment for the Arts