2017-09-28 / Front Page

LCHS art students display lastest creations



Lincoln County High School art students (front, l-r) Jalicia Norman, Destiny Whisnant, Shayla Beard, Nakisha Hill, Mallie Chalker, Jonathon Elam, Lekobee Elam, (Middle, l-r) Keonia Durham, Travon Le­verett, Emilie Bolton, Riccardo Hawes, Macy Oneil, Isaiah Cannady, Lanecia Blackwell, Sierra Zanger, Isaiah Curtis, (back, l-r) Kolbi Ferguson, Maciah Gunby, and Caleb Grant participated in a “recycled art project.” LCHS Art Teacher Frankie Brown explained, “We used Chromebook boxes and old books to create a ‘canvas.’ We then painted on the box using a specific color scheme from the color wheel. Last, pieces of cardboard from cereal boxes were drawn in a one-point perspective burst, and glued on to give a three-dimensional element to our boxes. The student artwork is now on display throughout the school. Lincoln County High School art students (front, l-r) Jalicia Norman, Destiny Whisnant, Shayla Beard, Nakisha Hill, Mallie Chalker, Jonathon Elam, Lekobee Elam, (Middle, l-r) Keonia Durham, Travon Le­verett, Emilie Bolton, Riccardo Hawes, Macy Oneil, Isaiah Cannady, Lanecia Blackwell, Sierra Zanger, Isaiah Curtis, (back, l-r) Kolbi Ferguson, Maciah Gunby, and Caleb Grant participated in a “recycled art project.” LCHS Art Teacher Frankie Brown explained, “We used Chromebook boxes and old books to create a ‘canvas.’ We then painted on the box using a specific color scheme from the color wheel. Last, pieces of cardboard from cereal boxes were drawn in a one-point perspective burst, and glued on to give a three-dimensional element to our boxes. The student artwork is now on display throughout the school.

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