National Art Honor Society Art Show gallery

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Victoria T. "451°F" Digital

Adrienne Deslongchamps, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Every year, the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) hosts an art show showcasing pieces created by its own members.

The art show was scheduled to be held on April 15; unfortunately, because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, the art show was canceled this year.

The theme for this year’s art show was freedom and oppression. 

Bonnie Abbott, a member of NAHS and a contributor to the art show, said, “If you look at any historical timeline, you find freedom and oppression; it is a recurring theme within humanity. 

“Freedom and oppression pushes and affects one’s soul and as a result, art is born.

“Whether it’s expressing oneself or speaking out for others, the contrast it poses provides an interesting subject — in a way, it puts into perspective what we have been blessed with.”

Although the art show had to be canceled this year, we can still enjoy the art pieces that the many talented artists at Loretto submitted to the show.

The following is a gallery of the digital art pieces and photography that were submitted by NAHS members to the art show.

All images are courtesy of the National Art Honor Society Instagram page.