Art School

Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.

Edgar Degas

Fine Arts describe an Art form developed primarily for Aesthetics or concept rather than practical application. At PWS visual art such as painting, sculpture, collage, computer graphics, photography, ceramics, pottery, textile design are taught in well equipped Art rooms.

Canvas Painting:- At PWS canvas is used by the budding artists as a painting surface for landscapes etc.
Glass Painting:- At PWS Glass painting traditions of India, one of the most reined art form is taught, Glass painting comprises of engraining on the back of the glass and painted on the reverse. The glass paintings are noted for their show brilliance, clarity and the use of rich colours.
Sculpture:- At PWS three dimensional art work is done with stone, marble, glass or wood. Clay and soft metals are also used.
Photography :- Photography is a hobby which many students are motivated to indulge in ceramics, pottery and textile design (Tie and Dye, Batik and Block printing) are areas where the student of PWS are taught and has motivated some of them to take up textile designing as a career after school.