Posts Tagged ‘painting’

Artwork by Izzy Wells (Photos courtesy Katy Wells)

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.

Izzy Wells, who created the artwork seen in this story, is a sophomore at CHS who plays soccer, basketball, and softball.

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Coupeville junior Kylie Chernikoff is a volleyball star on the rise. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

With school closed, the Wolf spiker gets creative. (Joanne Chernikoff photos)

Spring arrives in all of its colors.

Get creative.

With schools shut down as the world battles the spread of the coronavirus, Coupeville students are finding different ways to show off their scholastic and artistic skills.

CHS volleyball star Kylie Chernikoff is a titanic terror on the floor, where she shreds opposing defenses with nasty spikes and booming serves.

Off the court, however, she is an outgoing, extremely positive young woman who seems to greet everyone with a huge smile and genuine kindness.

Chernikoff is also a blossoming artist, as shown in the pictures above, where she turned her bedroom into her home room art class using acrylic paints and markers.

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Gavin Knoblich and his CHS football teammates spent Saturday painting the Boys and Girls Club as a community service project. (Bobby Carr photos)

The Wolves give the building’s outside benches a zing of color.

Many hands make the work light.

Going careful around the edges.

Brushing the day away.

Knoblich makes it look pretty.

After this, two-a-day practices will seem easy.

The start of a new season is mere days away, but community service came first for the Coupeville High School football team.

Grabbing paint brushes and rollers Saturday, the Wolf gridiron players and coaches slapped a new coat of paint or two on the local Boys and Girls Club.

The project was set up by CHS assistant football coach Bobby Carr, who also provides us with the photos seen above.

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