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DCHS hosts ‘most diverse’ art show
spring art show
DCHS senior Logan Connell stands next to her display at the reception for the “Modern Renaissance” art show at the high school. - photo by Jessica Taylor
The Visual Arts Program at Dawson County High School channeled the great Italian artists for its spring art show. “I chose ‘Modern Renaissance’ because I went on a trip to Italy a year and ago and I fell in love with it and all the art just inspired me to do it,” said senior Logan Connell. It was the first art show Connell has directed and her art teacher, Jennifer Gray, said the Modern Renaissance theme couldn’t be more appropriate. “She’s a Renaissance woman for sure,” said Gray. Being a true renaissance woman, Connell dabbles in many different mediums. Although sculpture is by far her favorite, she also enjoys photography, glass blowing, wood burning, jewelry making, drawing, painting, metal working and fashion design.