Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Student Artwork from Home

By: Tori Auckland/A&E Editor

New challenges to overcome means new ways of getting creative. Being stuck at home gives many artists lots of time to finish some unfinsihed prjoects, find new inspirations, and learn new techniques!

I know that with all of my time at home, I set out to finish a big project of my own! I painted murals for a mini golf course! I was told that they had to represent the seasons of the year. So I set out to work and these were the results!

Tori Auckland’s artwork

I’m not the only one who has been working on art projects either! Gia Fiore has been hard at work too. She has started a sketch, which hasn’t been finished quite yet, and she has also been working on her puzzle piece for the senior mural!

Gia Fiore’s artwork

Morgan Mansfield has also been working on a couple of things herself. She painted this beautiful field with flowers on it, a cute “family” decoration, and made some amazing art with cupcakes!

Morgan Mansfield’s artwork

Breanna Post has been busy getting creative, finishing many canvas paintings during her quarantine!

Bre Painting 3
Bre Painting 1
Bre Painting 2
Bre Painting

This is just a couple of people who have been working on art at home. If you want to see more students artwork you can check out artsonia and search Blue Ridge. There, you can see all the things Blue Ridge art students have been doing at home! Stay creative!

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Tori Auckland is a first year journalism student. She is a senior and loves spending time with kids and writing creative stories. After high school, she wants to attend Cairn University and major in Early Childhood Education. Tori yearns to travel around the world to use her major in missionary work.

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