Art Gallery

Dia de los Muertos Skulls

The paper mache skulls were inspired by “Dia de los Muertos”. The students used a variety of materials for these expressive objects.
Lake Station Public Library will be hosting a “Dia de los Muertos” exhibition featuring the paper mache skulls created by Andrean High School students. The artworks can be viewed in the large display case in the library. These expressive objects reflect the assorted visual interpretations of the “Day of the Dead” celebration. The skulls can be viewed for the month of October.

W. Carey

Winston Carey

T. McLaurin

Taylor McLaurin

T. Killion (2)

Tyler Killion

M. Campbell

Michae Campbell

J. Pruitt

Jessica Pruitt

H. Joy

Hannah Joy

H. Huesken (2)

Haley Huesken

C. Piezynski

Caitlin Pieczynski

C. Haislip

C. Haislip

C. Banks (2)

Cameron Banks

A. Eksten

Anna Marie Eksten

Sculpture Crosses

The sculpture class carved a waste mold for their respective crosses. After the plaster hardened, the mold was removed and the cross was washed and painted with tempera paint.

W. Carey (2)

Winston Carey

T. Killion

Tyler Killion

S. Yekich

Sayge Yekich

M. McDevitt

Mark McDevitt

J. Pruitt (2)

Jessica Pruitt

H. Huesken

Haley Huesken

C. Banks

Cameron Banks

A. Finigan

Aidan Finigan

Outline Drawings

The outline drawings started as a tracing by another student. The interior of the body forms contain personal images that reflect that individual student in the drawing class.

V. Plaza

Viviana Plaza

T. Gibson

Tre’Scott Gibson

M. Price

Miranda Price

M. Casas

M. Casas

L. Davidson

Luke Davidson

J. Zemaitis

Jonathan Zemaitis

J. Rycerz (2)

Joseph Rycerz

E. Dozier

Elijah Dozier

D. Gonzalez

Daniel Gonzalez

D. Dovellos

Dimitri Dovellos

D. Bogucki

Dylan Bogucki

C. Antczak

Connor Antczak

A. Cattan

Adriana Cattan

A. Baginski

Alexandra Baginski