Sixty-one students from seven high schools descended on Sierra High School for the competition. The budding artists represented Harrison, Mitchell, Sierra, CIVA, Pine Creek, Air Academy and Liberty high schools, and put forth their best efforts with colored pencils, Prismacolor pencils, pastels, mixed media and, of course, clay.
They received the rules and were turned loose with three hours to complete their masterpieces. Once time was up, the works were handed over to professional street artist and muralist Lisa “Miss Boombox” Romans.
Read the rest of the story at the South East Express