CVAA heas from Douglas High art students
Members of Carson Valley Art Association say they were impressed with the outstanding presentation by 11 art students from Douglas High on Jan. 26.
Each showed samples of their art work and explained the process used in producing their creation.
Among the presentations were unique photography by students Ashley Berger, Tim Fuller and Amanda Crandall; colorful pottery pieces by Carli Hissam, Sarah Wise and Anthony Sullivan, whose gaxzrgoyles are works of art; screen prints by Kelly Henderson, as well as oil and acrylic; stage and theater designs by Angie Bommarito; various art media, i.e., collage, oils, acrylic, wax resist, screen printing and drawings by Katie Yochum, Angela Sweet, Abby Aldrich and others in the group.
Douglas High and Western Nevada Community College art teacher Rita Borselli introduced the young artists, many of whom are planning to pursue a college degree in another field -Tim in biology and medicine, Anthony in architecture and civil engineering and Amanda in photo journalism.
“It was an excellent program and speaks well for Douglas High teachers and students,” said CVAA spokesperson Janice Frost.