2010-02-07 / Front Page

Snowfest challenge

 


In the photo above, Cody Jacobs works on top of the sculpture while Joe Hipkins (far left) and Josh White (right) take a break. Chelsea Parsons (kneeling, left) chisels details in a snow block. Although the New Lothrop team did not place, the four seniors had a successful Snowfest. “This was our third year doing this and I would have to say this was our most successful year,” said art teacher Liz Wickerham. (TCC Photo by Keith Salisbury) In the photo above, Cody Jacobs works on top of the sculpture while Joe Hipkins (far left) and Josh White (right) take a break. Chelsea Parsons (kneeling, left) chisels details in a snow block. Although the New Lothrop team did not place, the four seniors had a successful Snowfest. “This was our third year doing this and I would have to say this was our most successful year,” said art teacher Liz Wickerham. (TCC Photo by Keith Salisbury) THE CUTTING EDGE – Josh White (left) and Joe Hipkins (right) use barbed wire to trim excess snow from the block as they work it into more of a boot shape. (TCC Photo by Keith Salisbury) THE CUTTING EDGE – Josh White (left) and Joe Hipkins (right) use barbed wire to trim excess snow from the block as they work it into more of a boot shape. (TCC Photo by Keith Salisbury) NL ART STUDENTS COMPETE AT SNOWFEST

Art students from New Lothrop High School took part in the high school snowsculpting competition at Zehnder's Snowfest Jan. 27-Feb. 1. For this year's challenge, the New Lothrop students chose to craft a cowboy boot. 

 

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