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Black Light Art Show Debuts at South

Aileen Ho

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Turn off the lights, bright colors, beautiful paintings, and you have just entered the black light art show.

Walking through the black art show was different then walking into any other art show.

Being able to see the brightness and uniqueness was inspiring to many students and adults.

The theme was under the sea. Seeing fish, turtles, sharks, jellyfishes, and other types of animals all glowing up with different colors was amazing!

“I enjoyed walking in, and the first thing you see is a bright shark on the floor,” said sophomore Coby Lee.

All this hard work came from students, and they made some cash, too. Student artists sold their artworks in the range of $10 to $20 each. Someone purchases the turtle “Squirt” for $20.  

The students started painting the images in September, so it was a lot of work to bring so much beauty to South.  The student artists were Kassidy Hernandez, Eileen Diaz, Hannah Dyer, Abigail Dimoff-Senior, Briana Morgan, Karen Trujillo, Auzsena Valera, Mei Lorenzo, Kathy Mendoza, Cristal Pina, Christina Trapp, and Nicolle Manrique.

If the art wasn’t enough, there were plenty of sea-oriented snacks including decorated cupcakes, donuts, cookies, and many more sweets.

Mrs. Cabrera was the teacher who brought this spectacular art show to South for the first time this year. What was once Gateway Charter’s is now ours.

“Come in and experience a new world,” was Cabrera’s wish for South, and she wanted students and others to feel that way when they entered the black light show.

Many students were helpful and loved to be involved something anyone can enjoy.

It’s always good to get involved in something different and something so calm. The black light art show was an art show some students will never forget.

 

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