Celebrating art in action

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Amy Shannon

Clarie Moran (left to right), Austin Bradford and Lexie Long work to create a “zombified” cat during an on-site competition at Prairieville. Moran earned two awards for artistic merit and one for excellence at the event, Cassie Delich an award for artistic excellence, and Peres and Baylea Thompson awards for artistic merit.

Art teacher Amy Shannon takes a selfie with advanced art students on their way to the Labette County art show April 10 in Parsons.
Photo by Amy Shannon
Art teacher Amy Shannon takes a selfie with advanced art students on their way to the Labette County art show April 10 in Parsons.
Zombies were the theme at the Prairieville Art Show in early April at Wellsville, where a re-envisioning of “American Gothic” by Alle Peres and Brook Storrer was among the IHS pieces that placed.
Photo by Brynna Hollins
Zombies were the theme at the Prairieville Art Show in early April at Wellsville, where a re-envisioning of “American Gothic” by Alle Peres and Brook Storrer was among the IHS pieces that placed.