The Lambert Post


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

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 playing in the background, and I suddenly pictured her underwater letting out a breath of air. This...

Isn’t this Punny?

Evie Lawson spreads the joy of puns through comics

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 bring a smile to your face today! I am a firm believer that seven days without a pun makes one weak...

Inner Beast

Elizabeth Findley reveals that all people look the same just beneath the surface

Elizabeth Findley, Staff Writer

May 10, 2016

"This was a drawing I did last year in art class. The left side is a skull that I drew, while the right side is a cut out from a magazine. I think it is a cool concept because, at the end of the day, we are all the same on the inside, no matter what outside appearances are." -Elizabeth Findley

Old Joy

Karp portrays the beautful details hidden within a genuine look of happiness

Ethan Karp, Student Submission, 10th Grade

March 14, 2016

"I was digging around photos of old people on the internet for my next piece of artwork, and I saw a photo of a skinny Asian man that had a happy expression on his face. I created a detailed portrait of the old man's face to capture that joyful expression of his. The light reflecting off of his old...