With fewer guests visiting their campus this past year due to COVID-19, the Lutheran High Art Department launched their virtual art gallery last year as a creative and socially distant way to share the works of students with friends, family members and other art enthusiasts. The gallery has been updated once again, this time with the addition of second semester works from the Art Fundamentals, Ceramics and Painting classes. Art department teachers Carla Krazl and Amber Maddick assisted in spearheading the update.
The art gallery can be viewed by visiting sites.google.com/lhssc.org/lhs-virtualartshow/home. Works from first semester students also will remain on display for virtual viewing.