NHS students explore art in many forms

MAPLE — Art students at Northwestern High School have been creating pieces in many different styles using a variety of techniques.

From intro to art to honors art, their talent shone through in their work.

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A wire sculpture of a duck by Northwestern High School freshman Sophia Navarro in intro to art class.

Contributed / Northwestern High School Art Teacher Charlie Hessel

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A digital painting by Northwestern High School senior Hailey Finckler in honors art class.

Contributed / Northwestern High School Art Teacher Charlie Hessel

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A marker on paper piece by Northwestern High School senior Karly Nichols in 2D explorations class.

Contributed / Northwestern High School Art Teacher Charlie Hessel

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A colored pencil on paper drawing by Northwestern High School senior Iva Jukic in honors art class.

Contributed / Northwestern High School Art Teacher Charlie Hessel

The pieces were contributed by Northwestern High School Art Teacher Charlie Hessel.

This story is part of the Telegram’s efforts to showcase the work of young people in the community. For more information on those efforts, contact reporter Maria Lockwood at

[email protected].

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