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Zhangs painting, Out of the Shadows, won her state recognition at the VASE art contest.

Kelly Zhang

Oliver Capito, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

The colors seem to burst out of the pictures. Blues, reds, yellows, every color on the spectrum seems to be popping out in a way that makes the picture cohesive. This seems to be the best way to describe...

Placers in Scholastic Art Competition

Placers in Scholastic Art Competition

Yongyin Angel Huang, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

Rodeo, Scholastic, and Vase. Every year the Scholastic Art Competition is one out of the three major art competitions students are given the chance to participate in. This year, the timeline for the competitions...

Passion Project Into Successful Business

Passion Project Into Successful Business

Angel Huang, Staff Writer October 7, 2020

 A business owner, an entrepreneur, a student, and a senior are only a fraction of the words to describe Katya Pineda. Pineda started her business, Coffee Mangos, last year in January of 2019. Her current...

Khan holds one of her pieces  in front of her. Applying to an art college requires not only creating art, but also writing about it.

Art college applicants face unique challenges

Kelly Salinas, Staff Writer October 2, 2017

The autumn of senior year is full of many things: football games, homecoming court, and the looming stress of college application deadlines. And while most people apply to colleges like Texas A&M and...

Sophomore Ashley Colemans painting titled Coffee Cow will be up for auction on Mar. 13 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

Sophomore named Reserve Grand Champion at Rodeo Art Auction

Caitlyn Goodrum, Staff Writer March 12, 2016

Sophomore Ashley Coleman advanced as Reserve Grand Champion for her painting titled “Coffee Cow” in the Rodeo Art Auction. Her artwork will be up for bid on Mar. 13 at the Houston Livestock Show and...

Senior Isabella Phillips displays her artwork depicting her close bond with her sister Kari.

Constant creativity

Roba Abousaway, Staff Writer April 14, 2015

Brush in hand. Apron on. Pallet filled with vivacious colors. As the students begin to paint, all seems right in the world. This is their place. This is their zone. This is what they do. It is their...

Behind the frame

Behind the frame

Dominique Bai, Design Editor November 10, 2014
Student artists give inside perspective on artistic process.

Environmental club to host recycled art show

Shiva Mirzahaidar, Co-Editor in Chief February 18, 2014

The Environmental Club will be hosting a recycled art gallery in the main commons on Friday, Feb. 21 at 6 pm, as a means of spreading awareness about environmental issues and contributing to the local...

Art students win gold, silver keys

Molly Wade, Co-Editor in Chief February 11, 2014

The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards named their gold and silver key winners and several art students have received awards. The winners were announced Feb. 3. Gold Key Winners included Mijee Bergbauer,...

Anuska Martinez giving the thumbs up as she completes her chalk mural. The festival lasted two days which allowed her more time to work.

Drawn to life: Senior chosen to attend, display art at festival

Molly Wade, Co-Editor in Chief December 17, 2013

There are more than 200 chalk murals that span three city blocks. There is chalk dust in the air which mingles with the music and chatter of the crowds. Right in the middle of it all is Anuska, scrubbing...

Two degrees for one program; senior attends dual-degree program in art

Molly Wade, Staff Writer May 17, 2012

        There was debate over where senior Amy Chen was going. Mostly, the debate was within her. Many high school seniors have trouble deciding which is the best school for them, and there is difficulty...

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