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Michelle Montierth, Teacher/Artist
Michelle received her Master of Arts in Fine Arts from the University of Montana, after receiving her BA in Art Composite Teaching from Weber State University. She has been teaching High School Art classes at Fremont High School in Plain City for 13 years. She teaches many types of art including traditional as well as digital media. Her favorite classes to teach are Painting and AP Art, because the students who take these classes usually excel in art. But she also truly enjoys working with students who are just learning to draw and helping them realize that anyone can create art if they work hard and really try. She believes that drawing is a skill and something that can and should be taught to everyone.