Art At HHS

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Art At HHS

Student Peyton Belsher hard at work during an art class.

Student Peyton Belsher hard at work during an art class.

Student Peyton Belsher hard at work during an art class.

Student Peyton Belsher hard at work during an art class.

Stephanie Robinson, Contributing Writer

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HHS is home to students of tremendous talent. From academics to sports, music, and art, students engage and thrive in a variety of different activities. This year is no different, with artistic students of HHS continuing to create new and beautiful pieces of art.

With opportunities to purse art through sculpture, painting, drawing, graphic design, and woodcarving, each student explores their passion in their own way. Senior portfolio student Peyton Belsher explained that she loves her art class because “it allows me to be creative.” Senior art student Eleanor Smith elaborated that “[Art]’s a creative and free outlet in an otherwise structured and conventional high school.”

The arts allow students to develop new ideas and use their imaginations. The skills they learn in the arts will remain important for the rest of their lives.

In student’s creative endeavors a multitude of beautiful art pieces can be found. These are only a small fraction of what is produced here at HHS, so check out the display cases around the school for more art!

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