On March 22, students had the opportunity to view artwork from AP Art Studio students. The theater lobby was filled with different drawings, paintings, pictures, and sculptures. Though the artwork was available for viewing all day, many students decided to take a look around during their lunch shift.
Sophie Schoedinger, senior, said her focus throughout her art was abstract portraits. She finds art is overall very relaxing for her. “It’s an incredible creative outlet and it gives me an area to put all my joy into,” Schoedinger said.
Olivia Emert, senior, had her artwork displayed in the show. Her favorite piece was a drawing of people playing music in New York City, which is her favorite city. “The people are colored in red, blue and green just to add characteristics to their personality and the music they’re making,” Emert said.
Jordyn McCrone, senior, uses art to express different emotions, including anger and sadness. “I really like exploring human emotions and the ways they are conveyed through unconventional means,” McCrone said.
Malina Ingram, senior, decided her concentration would be the connection between music and people. To do so, she focused on lines and details. Ingram enjoys seeing different ideas turned into art for other people to view. “Everyone in AP Art has such different styles and I think it’s really cool to see what people come up with,” Ingram said.