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Many Mediums: Photo by Amberlyn Hwang, ceramic by Grace Tekip, painting by Michelle Enkhbat, sculpture by Mark Begonia, and drawing by Anu Albegbayer.

Visual Art Electives

Ellory Moran, asst. a&e editor
November 17, 2023

Photography Click. One snap of a camera is all it takes to capture a photo. However, it takes skill to express the desired artistry and emotion within that photo, Art Teacher Amie Elliot said. Photography...

TWISTING TREES:   Competing in the Illinois High School Art Exhibit, which took place on Feb. 25, junior Joanne Park’s piece titled “Variety and Repetition Tree Cups and Saucer” won first place in the ceramics division. This competition featured work from around 500 student artists within the state.

Park wins first place in IHSAE’s ceramics division

Josie Schneider, co-a&e editor
March 16, 2018

Two mounds of clay, rolled, spun, carved and glazed into two tree-bark-covered cups, sprouting with branches, complete with a grassy base. This piece, titled “Variety and Repetition Tree Cups and Saucer,”...

WONDERFUL WEBB: Ceramics teacher Kurt Webb instructs a student on her ceramics piece. Webb says he developed his passion for art at a young age.

Webb motivates students, values failure

Annabelle Northrup and Jack Allen
December 1, 2017

With a warm cup of tea by his side, South's ceramics teacher Kurt Webb constructs another unique piece of art while partaking in a meaningful conversation with his students. After years of traveling the...

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