Art students work on interior architecture

Trinity Jones, Staff Writer

Scattered all around the school, students in Jason Romanishin’s second and fourth hour Drawing classes gained experience drawing interior architecture in a lab on April 27.

“For our project, we were doing perspective line drawing, which is when you have a point on your paper and you have to draw stuff from that point,” sophomore Addie Gibson said.

Romanishin said the project had many benefits for students.

“This helps them learn about proportion, angles, and allows them to discover all the intricacies involving the description of what they are seeing,” Romanishin said.