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MARCH ARTIST OF THE MONTH: ANNELISE FUNOVITS

MARCH ARTIST OF THE MONTH: ANNELISE FUNOVITS

Elizabeth Keane, Copy Editor

March 26, 2020

Q: What type of art is your favorite to create and why? A: “My favorite would be just drawing in general because it’s … easy to bring around places, and I find that it’s good practice to shade.”   Q: Are you looking to pursue art post-high school? A: “Most likely. I would li...

December Artist of the Month: Giahan Tran

December Artist of the Month: Giahan Tran

Shannon McGovern, Copy Editor

December 10, 2019

What kind of art are you most interested in and why? “[I am most interested in] animation because as a child, I was always very imaginative. I always loved to build up stories and characters in my head, and I would love to be able to bring them to life on the screen.” 2. Are you intereste...

October Artist of the Month: Emily Laffey

October Artist of the Month: Emily Laffey

Joey Delahunty, Entertainment Editor

November 3, 2019

What kind of art do you like to make?“Mainly I like to oil paint, because I think it’s easier to get the colors to show up and it’s much easier to work with texture.” How long have you been making art?“I think since middle school I started drawing, and then in seventh grade I started takin...

September artist of the month: Madeline Flannigan

September artist of the month: Madeline Flannigan

September 12, 2019

Interview by Madison Manczko, Opinion Editor   Q: How long have you been creating art? A: I started in 5th grade. That’s when I really started getting into it and buying sketchbooks and markers.   Q: What is your favorite type of art to create? A: Right now I really like drawing with jus...

2019 fall play looking for student writers

2019 fall play looking for student writers

October 10, 2018

By Jenna Koch, executive entertainment editor Professional playwright and PHS alumma Lauren Winters will be writing the script for the 2019 fall play. However, her and Jeremy Morton are inviting student writers and actors to help her with the writing process. “If they’re current students who wo...

Artist of the month: September

Artist of the month: September

October 1, 2018

Maddy Lee Q. What style do you primarily draw in? A. I don’t have a consistent style. Rather, I kind of go with what I want. Sometimes I like soft edges and bright colors, and then other times it’s like really tight and sharp and the colors contrast a lot.   Q. How long have you been dra...

Prospect's Portfolio: Megan Young

Prospect's Portfolio: Megan Young

April 27, 2018

Sophomore Megan Young  Q: What is your favorite kind of art and why? A: I really like drawing nature scenes because it’s really what I’m best at. … I like drawing nature because I can just look out the window and draw whatever I see.   Q: How did you get into this kind of art? A: I don...

Artist of the Month 12/8

Artist of the Month 12/8

December 7, 2017

By Grace Givan, executive entertainment editor  Q: What is your favorite kind of art and why? A: I just like freestyle sketching. I like a lot of black and white drawings because … I’ve always done this style and I feel like this is what I’m best at … I’ve never been into using ...

Artist of the month: Julia Kupperman

Junior Julia Kupperman poses next to a self-portrait she painted.

September 28, 2016

Junior Julia Kupperman has been into art since preschool. She uses her talents at Prospect to create these works of art. Kupperman particularly enjoys using oil paint. She was featured in the Prospector's issue one as the artist of the month. Below are some of Kupperman's art pieces. ...

Van Gogh exhibit offers new perspective

Van Gogh exhibit offers new perspective

January 30, 2016

By Caley Griebenow, features editor Instead of a typical movie and dinner date this Feb. 14, high school students and adults alike can head to the Art Institute of Chicago for a different approach to Valentine’s day. For the first time, all three of Van Gogh’s bedroom paintings will be on display in ...

Freshman finds Instagram fame

Freshman finds Instagram fame

January 14, 2016

By Caroline Binley, online editor-in-chief Four emojis changed freshman Enrika Narvilaite’s winter break. After she posted a sketch of model, artist and photographer Toni Mahfud (@tonimahfud) to her instagram, he replied: ????. “It was crazy,” Narvilaite said. “I was so happy. I was excited because I actually felt appreciated. … Artists are us...

Character interaction drives fall play

The cast poses for a group photo.

September 23, 2015

By Anna Indelli Grief is the emotion outlined in “The Dream of The Burning Boy,” this year’s fall play. The show follows the friends and family of a boy who dies of a brain aneurysm as they come to terms with his death. While many friends of the boy are featured in the show, it centers more arou...

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