Featured Artist: Phoebe Moh

 Phoebe Moh ’14 has a creative mind. For Phoebe Moh ’14, inspiration and creativity in art come naturally. Her influences from animation, such as Pokémon and Disney, are reflected in her sketches. “It’s mostly cartoony art, it’s the style that I like to draw in and its easier to draw in, also it’s just really […]

Art thinks outside the classroom

Classes such as Mrs. Gulen’s Drawing II don’t spend their time working in a classroom. Instead, the students can be seen in the cafeteria and in the small room next to the cafeteria lunch line. A total of seven students occupy the room, with three more spilling out in the cafeteria itself. [gpslideshow]

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