Fine Arts Division
Schober was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, and spent the majority of
her youth in rural South Texas. Loving art from an early age, Ms. Schober knew
a career in The Arts would be the perfect fit, and ultimately chose to receive
both a Bachelor of Fine Arts (with an emphasis in Photography) and a Master’s
of Studio Art (with an emphasis in Mixed Media-Photography and Sculpture) from
Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi in 2010.
Schober has been teaching at Coastal Bend College for three years now, and
loves interacting with her students. She finds that one-on-one teaching is the
best way to connect with students, and enjoys seeing that special moment when
things just “click”.
has been a life-long passion for Tristan, with charcoal being a favorite
medium. As an important fundamental skill for the artist, Ms. Schober sees the
act of drawing as an essential building block in solidifying oneself in any of
the many career paths that may be provided by an art degree.
she is not drawing, Ms. Schober can be found doing an odd amalgamation of
assignments: teaching 5-year olds how to tie-dye, making marionettes out of
bones and clay, photographing strange things on the side of the road, or
painting portraits of birds at five in the morning. A lover of book
illustrations, fairy-tales, osteology, puppetry, and nature, Ms. Schober uses
various influences to inspire her artistic pursuits, and delights in the
prospect of creative freedom. It is in this spirit that she hopes to inspire
her students to continue with their passions as creative people and as future
is active with many local art organizations, including The Art Center of Corpus
Christi, KSpace Contemporary, and the Beeville Art Museum.