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Luverne Community Education instructor Cheryl Nath (in front, standing) shows one of her pour paintings to a group of students Wednesday morning, Aug. 18, in the high school art room. Nath’s “Anyone Can Paint” class demonstrates that art can be fun and participants don’t need to consider themselves artistic in order to enjoy painting.
Instructor Cheryl Nath told her Luverne Community Education students to choose color wisely and not worry about making mistakes. After all, the risk of pouring colors in and out of former yogurt containers is that they could mix together. “If you put the wrong colors together, they turn sort of...
Katlyn Petronek (left), Rylee Gee and Genna Rolfs completed their fall art coursework with Jerry Deuschle for fall semester. The three Luverne High School juniors showed off their work at an informal reception Friday night at Deuschle Studio north of Luverne.
Luverne artist Jerry Deuschle hosted an informal artist reception Friday night at his studio for three of his students to showcase their work from the semester. Genna Rolfs, Katlyn Petronek and Rylee Gee completed an independent study course through Minnesota West Community College as a post-...
The fifth-grade students in Amy VonHoltum’s class gather around Luverne artist Mary Petersen Wednesday morning, Oct. 30, for the last of their three-day “Expression is Elementary” art education session.
Luverne Elementary fifth-graders kicked off a new art education program with last week’s artist-led projects. Mary Petersen of Luverne, who recently retired from teaching in the Hills-Beaver Creek School District, spent three 45-minute sessions introducing the 79 fifth-graders to watercolor...
Art students Joel Ortiz (left) and Talitha Andersen hold the artwork that earned them the Judges’ Choice Spotlight on the Arts award at the Region 3A Minnesota State High School League Visual Arts Competition April 26. As Spotlight winners they were invited to display their creations Saturday at the Perpich Center for the Arts in Golden Valley with other regional Spotlight winners.
Artworks by two Luverne High School students were singled out for display at Saturday’s Perpich Center’s Spotlight on the Arts show in Golden Valley. Senior Joel Ortiz and junior Talitha Andersen earned the Judges’ Choice award April 26 at the Region 3A Minnesota State High School League Visual...
Brandon Sprock is pictured with his artwork that is on display at the Museum of Visual Materials in Sioux Falls through the end of April.
The artwork of 17-year-old Brandon Sprock, son of Luverne High School graduate Sara (Schomacker) Sprock, is on display at the Museum of Visual Materials, Sioux Falls, through April 30. In December the South Dakota Arts Council and Arts South Dakota put out a call for art to be created by students...
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