• Hello Everyone! Welcome to Mr. X's Online Classroom!

    Name:Xavier Tiernan
    Grade:9-12 Visual Art
    Room #:114a
     Week of April 6-10
    welcome to remote learning 😀 
    it’s wednesday and my ms teams is having technical difficulties. thank you for your problem solving and visiting my web page, you’re the best!!!
    Please continue with your free draw assignment  : )  remember that this is drawing of your choosing with school appropriate content (subject matter)  When you have finished your drawings please take a picture of them with your technology and email it to me and i’ll grade it and add it to the grade book. My email address is xavier.tiernan@psd150.org
    Keep checking this website for more details
    Be safe, be well
    Mr. X 
    I attended Peoria High from 1989-1993 and am very happy to be working here.  I primarily teach Art 1 and Ceramics I and II.
    I attended Bradley University where I earned a BFA in Ceramics and Painting.  I also earned an undergraduate major in Art History.  After Bradley University, I attended the University of Illinois, for a year of post-baccalaureate study and then finished my education at The University of California, Davis.  After earning a Master's of Fine Arts in studio art from UC Davis, I taught on the college level.
    After returning to Peoria, due to my mother's health, I returned to Bradley University to earn a K-12 teaching certificate.  I have taught at Limestone Community High School, Woodruff High School, and then returned to Peoria High. 
    Additionally, I have worked for a variety of artists: painters, potters, printmakers, and sculptors. 
    Mr. X has a few hobbies that take up a lot of his free time.  I really enjoy playing pool and I am an active league pool player and enjoy playing in pool tournaments across the Midwest.  I have won the American Pool Player Illinois State 8ball Championship and other titles along the way :)
    I continue to make painting and pottery on regular basis: abstract paintings dealing with circles and circular motion and pottery on a potter's wheel that is wood fired at a kiln located in Boone County Kentucky.
    I also have a modest record collection that is rapidly approaching 7,000.        
Last Modified on April 8, 2020