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Ranking ALL of the Art Mediums

Prateek Yadav, Opinion Staff March 18, 2020

Visual art has been practiced for centuries all over the world, so it's finally time to decide: which art mediums are the best? These are entirely based on my experiences using each material and are ranked...

Casual Painting Strokes

Jamie Chen, Features Staff October 22, 2019

Art Club’s community projects focus on the beautification of Lambert by decorating the walls with painted murals. Because Art Club is student-run, some of these projects are done in collaboration with...

The NAHS art sale

The NAHS art sale

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist April 24, 2018

The National Art Honors Society just had their annual art sale. The sale featured many of Lambert's top artists. Each print sold for ten dollars, and many teachers and students made it to room fourteen...

Zarathustra: the story behind the viral cat pictures

Jennifer Zhao, Staff writer February 12, 2018

In recent years, there has been a revitalization in the popularity of old paintings with the spread of photoshopped parodies of famous paintings from prominent art periods. One of the artists behind...

Types of People on Valentine's Day

Types of People on Valentine’s Day

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist February 14, 2017

On Valentine's Day there is always a lot of public displays of affection no matter where you go. There are always at least three types of people on this day of celebrating love as well. There is the obvious...

Morgan Massaker is excited to spend Valentine's Day alone.

February – “Alone” Edition

Zain Hyath, Staff Writer February 10, 2017

Although February is traditionally the mois d'amour, friend groups, individuals, and/or people who have succumbed to the friend zone shouldn't feel discouraged, there are still a lot of fun things to...

Group Projects

Group Projects

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist December 1, 2016

Students have all participated in group projects at one point or another in their school careers. With all the projects they have done over the years they have probably encountered a couple of these types...

The Cycle of Procrastination

The Cycle of Procrastination

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist November 10, 2016

This is the procrastinator's cycle of working on school projects.

A drawback to stress

A drawback to stress

Kathryn Raynor, Resident Artist May 12, 2016

Stress affects everyone differently. For some, it may cause them to lash out at those around them, or perhaps it may cause them shut off all connections to their friends and family. It may cause them...

Kathryn Raynor flawlessly captures the beauty of a simple breath that is often overlooked

Exhale

Kathryn Raynor, Resident Artist May 12, 2016

"This piece was created by using both black and white charcoal as my mediums. I began this piece with a very simple profile in mind. However, while I was outlining my piece, I had the Little Mermaid movie...

Evie Lawson spreads the joy of puns through comics

Isn’t this Punny?

Evie Lawson, Student Submission, 11th Grade May 11, 2016

"This comic inspired piece is a collection of some of my favorite bad puns. I started loving puns since I joined an improv troupe freshman year, and my mind has functioned in puns ever since. I hope these...

A healthy inclination

A healthy inclination

Kathryn Raynor, Resident Artist May 10, 2016

Negative emotions often appear without warning. It's not always a choice to eliminate these emotions, but it is a choice in how to react to them. What people often fail to recognize is that there is...

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