• Board of Trustees meeting Jan. 24
  • City Council meeting Jan. 25
  • Voice recital Jan. 26-27
  • SpongeBob the Musical Jan. 28-Feb. 6
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Shrayes Gunna

Shrayes Gunna, Staff Writer/Photographer

Shrayes is a junior and a staff writer and photographer of The Sidekick. No matter the situation, you can find him listening and analyzing the expanses of music, delving into the depths of film and activism, as well as painting a new commentary on social issues that are significant to him. You can contact him on Instagram and Twitter at @shrayesgunna on both platforms as he is excited to pursue the story!

All content by Shrayes Gunna
Abdullah Al-Sayed sculpted the Damascus Nawa Ship in 1993, which now resides in Cypress Waters. There are several sculptures throughout Coppell whose artists and origins are relatively unknown, but these artworks all share one thing: a home in Coppell. Photo by Shrayes Gunna

Damascus Nawa Ship

December 10, 2021
Denton-based artist Russ Connell welded Red Pony, a vivid steel sculpture that now is on display in Old Town Coppell. There are several sculptures throughout Coppell whose artists and origins are relatively unknown, but these artworks all share one thing: a home in Coppell. Photo by Shrayes Gunna

Red Pony

December 10, 2021
Pascale Pryor crafted the stained glass sculpture, Waterfall, that now sits beyond the waters in Andy Brown Park East. There are several sculptures throughout Coppell whose artists and origins are relatively unknown, but these artworks all share one thing: a home in Coppell. Photo by Anjali Krishna

Waterfall

December 10, 2021
Mesquite police lieutenant George Hensely sculpted Amos, a life-sized scrap metal trumpeter, now exhibited in Andy Brown Park East. There are several sculptures throughout Coppell whose artists and origins are relatively unknown, but these artworks all share one thing: a home in Coppell. Photo by Anjali Krishna

Amos

December 10, 2021
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