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March Artist of the Month

Korben Powanda March 28, 2023

Flex Blasser is the featured artist of the month for March.

January Artist of the Month

Reilly Verdensky January 13, 2023

Brendan Melochick is the artist of the month for PAHS.

October’s Artist of the Month

Nicholas Horvath October 26, 2022

Artist of the month Kaitlyn Cicero tells us about her experiences as an artist at PAHS and some of her favorite things about art.

Outside of the art room 12 there is a big board of all different pieces of artwork. These pieces of artwork are done by multiple students that are involved in the art classes. Senior Gwen Hamilton said, “My piece modeled after synesthesia, a brain disorder that allows people to experience several senses at one time like hearing different sounds will result in seeing different colors, will be featured in the art show.”

Students Prepare for 2022 Art Show

Chase Teresavage, Staffer April 26, 2022

The Art Show is an annual event at the Pottsville Area School District. The art show will be held on Friday, May 13 at John S. Clarke Elementary Center from 6 to 9 p.m. Artworks created by students...

Robbie OmahaBoy is currently the Artist of the Month for January at PAHS. He is smiling proudly next to his art that is displayed near the entrance to Mrs. Arnold’s room. “I have such a passion for art; I would like to study Studio Art and Art Education in college.”

Behind the Hands of Robert OmahaBoy

Alex Blum, Staffer January 19, 2022

OmahaBoy was introduced to art at a very young age, “I have loved art ever since I was in preschool. It’s always been my passion, and favorite way to pass time,”. Through the years, he...

The 90s grunge trend is back and in full bloom. With Casual comforting flannels,flashy T-shirts
and mom jeans. Expressing this sense of fashion is a kind of beauty. Art is a way of expressing
ourselves and fashion ties into it.

Expressing art in Beauty

Adriana Talamantes, Staffer November 9, 2021

Artists in a way are expressed in the clothes, not just writing and painting, etc. Bringing back the 90s has always been beneficial in the decades after. Too many clashes of trends and the grunge band...

The PAHS art show is normally an in-person show held at John S. Clarke. Despite it being virtual, students were still eager to submit their various artwork pieces. “I am a little sad that there isn’t an in person show, but I’m glad that there’s still something going on. The art students deserve to show off the works that they’re proud of. I submitted a landscape painting because I really liked how the colors turned out,” said senior Meg Burns.

PAHS virtual art show

Tanya Johnson, Staffer May 26, 2021

This year the Pottsville Area School District’s Annual Art Show will be an online, virtual exhibit.  The digital art show will be displayed digitally, and it will feature K-12 student artworks from...

Expressing Her Struggles: Vanda Bednarikova

Expressing Her Struggles: Vanda Bednarikova

Samantha Woodford, Staffer March 13, 2020

“Just go for it. You may never have this opportunity to express yourself again; so do it while you can,”said senior foreign exchange student Vanda Bednarikova. From Slovakia, this 17 year old artist...

Senior Shannon Strickland paints her part of the Points of Light Mural. The mural is a collaborative project between schools across Schuylkill County.

Points of Light

Lauren Kane, Staffer March 6, 2020

Since the beginning of the year, art students from across Schuylkill County have been collaborating with the Walk In Art Center. Each school in Schuylkill County decided to take part in a 65 square foot...

The Bands Ultimate Trip to Disney

“The Band’s Ultimate Trip to Disney”

Amanda Charowsky March 4, 2020

  Freshman Liam Burns drew this picture to celebrate the PAHS Marching Band’s recent trip to Walt Disney World in Florida. The band goes to Disney every four years to march in Magic Kingdom’s...

Freshman Maggie Stencovage created a bright, floral design for her visual journal. Students in Miss Lindsey Boncores art classes design and make the journals themselves. My favorite part was being able to make our own designs instead of an assigned one.  Stencovage said This gave us the opportunity to show our creativity.”

Everybody has a Vision

Jenea Maurer, Staffer December 11, 2019

In Miss Lindsey Boncore's art classes, one of the first assignments is the Visual Journal. Students create and design their own notebooks/journals to draw warm ups, prompts, and sketches for future projects...

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