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Senior Makayla Cambiano’s artwork chosen to represent the Senatorial District 17

Artwork by Makayla Cambiano.
Elizabeth Payton, Staff Writer January 28, 2019

For the second year in a row, a Winnetonka senior's artwork was selected to represent the Senatorial District 17 and hang in the Capitol building in Jefferson City. Succeeding 2018 graduate Harper...

Kansas City’s Chalk and Walk

Photo to the right: Winnetonka art students paint in an orca on the sidewalk at Crown Center. Last school year, art students chose this image to recreate at the  September festival. Photo by Elizabeth Payton
Marshall Payton, Staff Writer October 19, 2018

Adding color to Crown Center Square, Winnetonka’s Art Department attended Kansas City’s Chalk and Walk festival. Students who attended this event spent Sept. 8 and 9 painting the sidewalk at Crown...

Figuring it out

Senior Matthew DeHass observes the model as he draws her face.
Gage Rabideaux, Staff Writer January 9, 2018

An artist must be bold when preparing for figure drawing. When tracing the form of another human on a piece of paper, the line cannot be shaky, it cannot show hesitation. Instead it must be confident....

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