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Hannah Overstreet’s “Darker Days” is displayed in the office through December.

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Hannah Overstreet’s “Darker Days” is displayed in the office through December.

Sara Siebenhaar, Journalist

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Hannah Overstreet, senior, was named Artist of the Month for December for her art piece “Darker Days”.  There were five lamps within the piece, the centerpiece being one of the lamps. Her medium was watercolor and colored pencil, her first time having used those. Her preference is acrylic, however.

“The art piece reminded me of a solemn beauty in a sense.” Hannah said, “It reminded me that all tragic things hold some sort of beauty, and I tried to capture that in the piece.”

According to Mrs. Cockerham, her art teacher, she is an excellent artist with perfectionist tendencies. The topic of the picture was still life, which usually is difficult for students. “She chose one of the hardest ones to do. It had a lot of texture, crisps and turns, shading- one of the most difficult.”

Congratulations to Hannah Overstreet on being chosen Artist of the Month!

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One Response to “Hannah Overstreet’s “Darker Days” is displayed in the office through December.”

  1. billyraycyrus on February 4th, 2019 1:53 PM

    SARA U R A QUEEN KEEP ON KILLING IT WITH THE BOMB ARTICLES GIRL!!!!!!

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