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It’s time to get some love from the community for your artistic nature.

Children ages 5-18 are encouraged to submit their work for the first Coupeville Youth Art Walk.

Submissions are due by Thursday, May 19 and can be brought to the Coupeville Library between 10 AM and 5:30 PM.

Artwork will be on display in downtown Coupeville May 27-30, with an artist reception May 29 at Meet Market.

Located at 7 Front Street in Coupeville, that establishment — which will offer handmade goods, creative supplies, and a community gathering spot — opens Memorial Day weekend.

Frida’s, A Beautiful Mess, Kapaws Iskreme, and Meet Market are providing raffle items, while the first 15 artists at the reception will receive a gift from the Pacific NorthWest Art School.

 

For more info on Meet Market, pop over to:

https://www.meetmarket.org/

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Jazmine Franklin

End the year with a bang, start the next one even bigger.

One of Coupeville’s best and brightest, the uber-talented Jazmine Franklin, continues to kill it in the art world and you could be helping to support her fast-rising career.

When she’s not crafting eye-popping paintings, the Coupeville Sports Hall o’ Famer can be found putting her designs to work on a wide variety of clothes, as well as mugs, masks, keychains, and more.

Franklin recently debuted three new designs with her “Heart and Head Collection,” devoted to highlighting positive mental health.

During her days at CHS, Jazmine showcased a variety of talents, from being a student leader to teaming up with McKenzie Bailey to form an award-winning tennis doubles duo.

A truly lovely human being, she is proof positive that you can come from a small town, and yet be a big success through hard work, talent, and being a genuinely kind, caring person.

As 2020 transforms into 2021, maybe take a few moments to bask in her awesomeness and give something back.

 

To see (and buy) Jazmine’s artwork:

JZMN Originals (myshopify.com)

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Emma Garcia and mom Aaron Wiley.

Mesmerizing.

After a long day of clearing land at my sister’s farm, sitting back and watching the video below is a nice end to the day.

It captures Coupeville High School freshman and talented artist Emma Garcia creating a swirling explosion of color, as recorded by mom Aaron Wiley.

But, enough with my talking. Watch for yourself and be impressed.

 

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Coupeville grad Jazmine Franklin continues to take the art world by storm. (Photos courtesy Franklin)

It’s a win-win.

You can make a visible commitment to backing the Black Lives Matter movement, while supporting one of Coupeville’s most talented grads.

Jazmine Franklin was a student leader and standout two-sport athlete (tennis and cheer) during her days at CHS, and she continues to excel as an adult.

Her artwork is eye-catching, such as in the piece seen below.

A recent Franklin art work.

Franklin’s newest project is a series of Black Lives Matter designs, which can be ordered on t-shirts and hoodies.

She can also do custom items such as long sleeve shirts, tank tops, onesies, and toddler items upon request.

For orders or questions, contact Franklin at JZMNOriginals@gmail.com.

Three designs, one cause.

 

Current offerings:

T-shirts (Gildan200)
$15 each plus shipping

 

White lettering on:

Black
Maroon
Charcoal grey
Royal blue
Purple

 

Black lettering on:

Safety green (neon)
White
Hot pink

 

Hoodies (Gildan185)
$30 each plus shipping

 

White lettering on:
Black
Garnet (reddish maroon)
Charcoal grey
Royal blue
Purple

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Artwork by Jaimee Masters

With Washington state schools closed down for at least six weeks due to the spread of coronavirus, we’re offering all Coupeville students a chance to be heard and stay connected.

Jaimee Masters, who created the artwork seen in this story, is a junior at CHS who plays volleyball and tennis.

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