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Community Kids: Trojan art on display at JCHC

Artwork from FHS sophomore Adriana Alonso currently on display through December in the waiting room at JCHC.
Artwork from FHS sophomore Adriana Alonso currently on display through December in the waiting room at JCHC.
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Ten FHS art students have their art work on display in the waiting room at the Jefferson County Hospital and Clinic for the months of October, November and December.

The Trojan artist include two freshmen, seven sophomores and a senior.

They are:

Adriana Alonso, So.

Delaney Breen, Fr.

Grace Connor, So.

Clare Else, So.

Claire Epperson, So.

Sophia Fritz, Fr.

Rosa Gaona, So.

Madison Kraemer, Sr.

Enzo Mazza, So.

Logan Nelson, So

Tenth-grader Grace Connor and soon-to-be graduate Madison Kraemer bothed worked on self-portraits.

“My favorite thing to draw is faces,” said Connor. “I was excited because I knew I would be good at it and I was confident.”

Connor used a photo from instagram that she though would be challenging because of the way her hand was shown, although she restaged the image with a different sweater on because the original had a bunch of holes in it.

She got to see her artwork on display when she got her flu shot and thought it was cool to see her and her friends’ work on display.

Kraemer also chose a self-portrait, although hers was from her infancy.

It was the first time she had ever done a portrait, so she “had to learn how to draw facial features,” said the music and art enthusiast whose father, David, is the instructor.

Both girls are currently excited to be working with acrylic paints for their current project and hope you check out all of the artwork on display through December.