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Students share original art during Youth Art Month

Students share original art during Youth Art Month

Raghav Sriram March 21, 2021

Q&A with Senior Eads Fouché  What is your inspiration for these two pieces of artwork? The piece on the left is inspired by two pictures I found. The ceramic pieces were from the Coral Bouquet...

Using an assortment of
wires, string and beads, sophomore Izzy Monger creates products
for her store. She learned how to work with the materials last year
and her business took off a couple of months later.

Entertainment Spotlight: Sophomore Izzy Monger on her homemade jewelry business

Pallevi Pillai February 20, 2021

What sparked your interest in jewelry making? When did it start? Once quarantine started, I had an abundance of free time and I had recently found a box of beads in my basement, so I ordered some supplies...

Q&A with Lilly Wong on customizing dolls

Q&A with Lilly Wong on customizing dolls

Calina He November 13, 2020

How do you customize your dolls? What is the process like? I usually start out with drawing concept art (of) what I want to do. I look at the materials that I already have—like the props I can make...

Junior Cambel Castle uses photography as a source of expression

Junior Cambel Castle uses photography as a source of expression

Emily Carlisle May 21, 2020

What got you into photography? I saw other people that I know taking pictures, and I thought it looked like a lot of fun. It is a cool way that people express themselves. I wanted that outlet...

(Submitted photo) In January, the Art Club hosted a Bob Ross event. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, all of the events planned for Art Club and the National Art Honors Society have been cancelled.

Members of art-focused clubs debate whether unequal distribution of 2020 City of Carmel Arts Grants is justifiable

Valliei Chandrakumar April 9, 2020

Earlier this month, the City of Carmel, in accordance with the 2020 Arts Grant Program, donated $3,500 to the Carmel High School Orchestra Parents Club. The CHS Art Club and National Art Honor Society...

Art students to compete in Scholastic Art Awards on March 22

Art students to compete in Scholastic Art Awards on March 22

Cady Armstrong March 20, 2020

The information in this issue—originally scheduled for publication on March 20—was written and produced prior to news regarding school cancellation from the COVID-19 virus. Some information may be...

Junior Jordan Denis creates digital art with eerie undertones

Junior Jordan Denis creates digital art with eerie undertones

Bianca Templeton March 20, 2020

How long have you been making digital art/working as an artist in general? I’ve been drawing ever since I could remember. From the minute I could hold a pencil, I was always drawing and creating silly...

Art department prepares for National Art Honors Society induction ceremony on Jan. 30

Pranav Jothirajah January 28, 2020

The art department will continue its work as it prepares for multiple upcoming events, including the National Art Honors Society induction ceremony, which is scheduled to take place on Jan. 30. According...

CCS district to rebrand logo with help of  Digital Design 3-4, IB Business and Management students

CCS district to rebrand logo with help of Digital Design 3-4, IB Business and Management students

Viyang Hao January 23, 2020

Art Teacher Michael Lee What is the art department doing? My Digital Design 3 students—the advanced digital design students and there are eight of us, including myself, and I do include myself because...

Junior Shannon Xie paints on a sheet of plastic hung from the ceiling. She said she likes doing both digital and traditional painting, with her traditional art pieces being mainly oil and acrylic paintings.

Junior Shannon Xie does art commissions through her Instagram, @hunnypuffs

Angela Qian December 12, 2019

How would you describe your style? I don’t really do realism anymore, now that I have more free reign so what I like to draw, so I go for more of an illustrative style that’s kind of semi-realistic....

Lexi Carter, Art Club president and junior, sketches out a drawing for Inktober. Inktober is a month long challenge encouraging artists to build positive habits through ink drawing.

With Inktober in full swing, students, teacher reflect on influences of online challenges on art, life

Sam Hawkins October 24, 2019

Each year since 2009, artists all over the world pick up their pens every day in October to draw. They may be following a prompt or they may simply be drawing whatever comes to mind, but all are part of...

Guide To CHS Clubs: Unsure of which clubs to join? Here’s a categorized list of all the clubs CHS has to offer.

Grace Xu September 12, 2019

With all the clubs at our school, it can be a bit overwhelming trying to find communities for you. Don’t worry, we’ve compiled a list of all the clubs without course requirements. They’re also sorted...

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