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From lockers to art gallery

student-created artwork of a heart, a face, a flag, Homer Simpson displayed on lockers

High school lockers may not be in use for student belongings at this time, but they make an awesome gallery for pixel murals by Geoff Snyder’s Experiences in Art Class.

“Each student planned their design on graph paper first,” Mr. Snyder said. “Next, they calculated how many squares they would need and how many colors of each.

“Some of the murals are made up of more than 200 squares. Each student then arranged the squares, line by line, on larger paper for glueing.”

The students’ larger-than-life creations are displayed near the main high school entrance.