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Following the death of George Floyd, Coppell High School senior Ishita Sisodia finishes an oil painting on June 5 in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Local artists have put their talents to use by raising awareness and money for the movement through donation commissions and artwork.

Artists drawing support for racial justice

Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager August 20, 2020

This past May, when the death of George Floyd rocked the nation and opened the eyes of a generation to racially motivated violence, Coppell High School senior Ishita Sisodia picked up her oil paints...

Coppell High School junior Karina Teruya’s chalk drawing Conductor is featured at LARK on the Park, a highly-rated restaurant in Dallas, adjacent to Klyde Warren. LARK selected six artists’ drawings from the Dallas Museum of Art’s Young Masters program to showcase.

Dallas Restaurant gets taste of Coppell artist’s talent

Pramika Kadari, Staff Writer March 15, 2018

DALLAS - For as long as she can remember, Coppell High School junior Karina Teruya has loved art. She was overjoyed when, recently, her drawing Conductor was selected to be showcased on a large...

Veliyathumally untangles Zentangle

Veliyathumally untangles Zentangle

Avery Davis, Staff Writer February 6, 2016

Coppell High School freshman Lucilla Veliyathumally has been drawing ever since she could pick up a crayon. Recently, however, Veliyathumally’s main focus has shifted to creating zentangle, which are...

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