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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...

AP Art Show showcases students’ talents

Jennifer Rathod, staff writer
May 17, 2016

People walked in to see beautiful paintings, sculptures and drawings that surrounded them. Each of the pieces told their own story. On the week of April 25, AP art students presented their work in the...

Annual Art Show highlights passions, variety of classes

Emma Morris and Imra Tajuddin
March 17, 2016

Each year, students are recognized and appreciated for their hard work and skill in various different areas of study. The Annual Art Show opens the door for fine art students to showcase their creativity...

Titled Masked by a Bully, senior Grace OMalley expresses herself through paintings. This particular painting is part of a series called a concentration. Masked by a Bully along with others will be on display at the AP art show.

Photo courtesy of Grace OMalley

O’Malley’s high school years shaped by artistic passion

Julia Bellair, staff reporter
February 3, 2016

A piece of finished art may be looked at in wonder of how it came to seem so real. Each stroke on the canvas or shadow on the paper having been placed with precise intent by the artist. In the AP Art Show...

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