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Lake Powell Chronicle | Page High student artist starts business during pandemic

PAGE – Pearl Sandoval, a junior at Page High School, is passionate about art and has developed methods that have allowed her art to grow and thrive the last year despite setbacks caused from COVID-19 shutdowns and closures.

Sandoval dabbles in several different art styles and forms, but her preferred style is pop art – an art form that draws from commercial items and cultural icons such as product labels, advertisements and modern media.

“Pearl is a star!” exclaimed Sandoval’s art teacher, Sue Tucker, who has been teaching Sandoval since she was in sixth grade. “As my student, teaching Pearl is very exciting because I’ve seen her growing as an artist since she was in middle school.”

Because Sandoval is a more advanced art student, even while at Page Middle School, Ms. Tucker is giving her advanced projects that take her to a different level of experience in the arts.

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‘Wojnarowicz’ review: A raging artist in the age of AIDS


The late queer artist and activist David Wojnarowicz, a roiling messenger who packed a lot of fire and feeling into his time on earth, could even get his adversaries to respond with art. In 1990, when conservative religious scold Donald Wildmon sent to politicians and media outlets a pamphlet featuring snippets of Wojnarowicz’s more provocative imagery from an NEA-funded show addressing the AIDS crisis, the crude, selective sampling was a supreme irony: Did Wildmon realize he was answering a master of collage with his own hate-driven mutation of the form?

Probably not, but a meaningful victory for free expression was exacted from this proxy fight: Wojnarowicz’s successful authorship lawsuit against the obscenity crusader’s misrepresentation of the spirituality, sex, politics and intelligence that distinguished his multi-disciplined work in the downtown New York art scene of the 1980s. Even today, almost 30 years after the HIV-diagnosed artist’s death in 1992 at

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An artist is spreading joy in her community with a miniature outdoor art gallery

(CNN) — An artist yearning to help people connect during the coronavirus pandemic has created a miniature art gallery that invites visitors to keep the art.

In December, Stacy Milrany put up a white wooden box that held an unexpected treasure in front of her home, nestled in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood.

Inside the box was a mini art gallery, complete with small shelves and easels that hold artworks. She called it the Little Free Art Gallery, inspired by the nonprofit organization Little Free Library which makes book-sharing boxes.

“During this pandemic, everybody has been trying to find ways to bring more light to each other, to bring some hope, to create more fun, especially through creative ways to connect with each other when we’ve been physically cut off,” Milrany told CNN.

“It’s a nice little surprise for people, but it’s also a joy for me to see creativity

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