Heights on Display showcased junior Amaris Towel’s artwork. She takes multiple art classes and at least one from each class had her art on display. She had drawings, paintings, and all of her jewelry she made in class. It was an amazing opportunity for Towel to demonstrate her talent.
This is Towel’s second year taking jewelry. It was the first year she took painting. She took design in eighth grade where she did some drawing, but this was the first year she took a specific drawing class.
“My mom was a high school art teacher, so I have always done art. It’s not a new thing for me,” Towel said.
She went to Heights on Display to see the artwork, worked at the art booth selling jewelry and pottery, and also did hennas. Towel also played in the orchestra and her trio performed “Divertimento 16” during the chili feed.