This years art students kick it off strong with their first project. Using references from M.C. Escher's art works, students were given four to five pieces of the photo to draw realistically with pencil and charcoal. Once completed, everyone's little pictures create one of Escher's entire pieces.
Centralia Art Studio 2 finished their first project of the year. Vase face or monster face is an exercise designed to demonstrate the possibility of conflict between the brain's language mode, which Mrs. Neufeld has termed "L-Mode", and its visual-perceptual mode, or "R-mode." The "Vase/Faces" drawing is a visual illusion drawing that can be seen either as two facing profiles or as a symmetrical vase in the center. The students were given one half of the drawing, and their job was to draw the second profile-thus inadvertently complementing the symmetrical vase in the center.
Check out the amazing artwork on local businesses downtown. CHS advanced art students did a wonderful job!
By Miranda Gregis, Contributing Writer
Centralia High School art students competed in the Clarence Canon Conference (CCC) on Wednesday, April 13th. CHS had seven students submit artwork to the art show.
By: Anna Million, Contributing Writer
Miss Alexis Willingham, CHS art teacher, hosted the 2021 Deck the Halls event as a fundraiser for the art department.
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