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Sato incorporates her life into her artwork

Sato incorporates her life into her artwork

Mila Seifert, Staff Writer

December 1, 2019

Senior Yuna Sato has a special touch when it comes to drawing. Expressing herself through intricate collages, vivid watercolors and detailed pencil sketches, she is able to incorporate her unique style and talent in all of her pieces. Sato has been drawing for as long as she can remember, but her skills...

Graphic designer follows dual passions of sports and art

Graphic designer follows dual passions of sports and art

Oliver Fox, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

Paintbrushes and pencils are in the past. For senior Sergei LeFaivre, digital design is the future. By turning his passion for sports into modern graphic designs, LeFaivre has grown into a skilled artist spurred by his own athletic interests. Because of his Boston upbringing, LeFaivre was supportin...

AOM: Nairi Harumi

AOM: Nairi Harumi

Aryn Lee, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019

Starting a business and learning real-world skills in high school is not the first thing that pops into the minds of most students. For junior Nairi Harumi, however, this was the case. Inspired by expensive necklaces she liked but did not want to spend money on, Harumi decided to make her own. Wh...

Student artist explores and excels in various mediums

Student artist explores and excels in various mediums

Phoebe Kallaher, Staff Writer

December 30, 2018

From watercolor painting, to t-shirt design, to acting and helping out backstage, Naomi Mirny has done it all. No one medium can contain Mirny’s artistic passion. She uses painting, drawing, slam poetry, theatre and creative writing in order to express herself physically and visually. For Mirny...

AOM: Chella Garcia

AOM: Chella Garcia

Sidonie Brown, Staff Writer

June 6, 2018

During the summer of 2017, senior Chella Garcia accomplished what few can say they have done—she turned her dreams into a reality. With only some paint, a two-by-four piece of wood and a whole lot of hard work, she was able to complete a massive project and see her artwork ultimately reach the hands of h...

AOM: Bradley Wolf

AOM: Bradley Wolf

Renata Shen, Staff Writer

April 23, 2018

You’ve likely heard about a double threat and a triple threat. What about a quintuple threat? Through participation in orchestra, choir, dance, gymnastics and musical theatre, sophomore Bradley Wolf’s extensive resume includes almost every aspect of performing arts. For him, performing is not jus...

AOM: Sage Uhl

AOM: Sage Uhl

Rachel Nguyen, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018

Listening to music in her headphones and with a pencil in her hand, senior Sage Uhl is busy concentrating on creating her next masterpiece. Uhl grew up in an artistic household which contributed to her own passion. Visual Arts teacher Donna Sartanowicz, one of Uhl’s many art teachers at the high...

AOM: Max Murphy

AOM: Max Murphy

Rachel Lee, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018

The camera pans down to a full shot of a purple house and as the video shifts to a clip of a teenage boy waking up for school, MGMT’s “Time to Pretend” plays in the background. This music video, along with several other short films, all belong to senior Max Murphy’s YouTube channel where he shares...

Artist of the Month: Julia Van

Artist of the Month: Julia Van

Milena Kitterman, Staff Writer

November 23, 2017

It begins with a stroke of a pencil, paintbrush or lump of charcoal. Something so simple results in emotion-filled art, intricate and full of insight.   Senior Julia Van uses artistic exploration to stimulate self-discovery, while working to stay true to her artistic identity. Van’s artis...

AOM: Genevive Bondaryk

AOM: Genevive Bondaryk

Lauro Demb, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017

“Dance is who I am; if I introduce myself I always say,  ‘I am Genevive, I am 18, I am a good student and I am a dancer.’”   Genevive Bondaryk has been dancing since she was four years old, and the 18-year-old has covered a wide range of styles. Originally, she began with ballet, jazz and ta...

Artist of the Month: Rae Bell

Artist of the Month: Rae Bell

Jackie Perelman, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

She stands in the wings, preparing to take the stage. When she walks out, she is momentarily blinded by the light, but is no stranger to this feeling. She waits for the roar of the crowd to die down, relishing the feeling, and then she commences her twenty minute monologue. Senior Rae Bell is an 18-year-old...

Artist of the Month: Clayton Mears

Artist of the Month: Clayton Mears

Ani Mathison, Staff Writer

January 20, 2016

A green- skinned woman preens with her hands behind her head and a provocative look in her eye. A colorful head stares out of the paper, it’s eyes dragging with emotion. An alien figure looks bemusedly at the viewer with big eyes. These are the works of senior Clayton Mears. Mears has been an artist ...

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