Ashland High School Students Artists: Nicole Mullen, Indi Reynolds, Sierra Kelly

Art& Soul Gallery is pleased to present three Student Artists,  Nicole Mullen, Indi Reynolds, Sierra Kelly from Ashland High School.  Their work represents a variety of mediums and genres.
Indi Reynolds: “Art has always been a fun way of expressing myself.  I love to draw, paint, do henna tattoos, sing, create jewelry, scrapbook and many other artistic activities.  I have found art to be a wonderful way to challenge myself and learn more about who I am.”
Sierra Kelly: ” I believe that thoughts and feelings through art can be even more impactful than words.  Visual art is a language with no limits. I  tend  to use surrealist concepts in my art pieces, I focus on a topic and from there, twist two realities together to create something new and expressive.”
Nicole Mullen: “Art is exiting and challenging. Watercolor and printmaking are some of my favorite mediums to use because of the freedom they allow to make mistakes that can turn out beautifully. Art is a very personal and often solitary pursuit, but art becomes more powerful when it is shared.
 
Ashland High School Students Artists:
Nicole Mullen, Indi Reynolds, Sierra Kelly

February 27 – April 1 , 2018

Please join Nicole Mullen, Indi Reynolds, Sierra Kelly for their Reception:
a Festive Celebration of Fine Art and Conversation
with Music by Rick Millward 
on Friday March 2, 2018 from 5-8 PM
“Chaotic Mind” Watercolor by Sierra Kelly
yarn collage by Indi Reynolds
“Breeze” Print by Nicole Mullen

                                                                                                                                                   


	

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