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CHS students create ‘Day of the Dead’ artwork

Campbellsville High School students recently created artwork in honor of the “Day of the Dead.”

 

“Day of the Dead” is a holiday celebrated in central and southern Mexico on Nov. 1 and 2, to honor deceased loved ones.

 

One of the traditions of the day is to make sugar skulls with elaborate decorations.

 

CHS students drew their own skulls, complete with colorful and elaborate markings and designs.

 

Students drew their skulls on black construction paper, and used colored pencils and markers to create their designs.

 

CHS freshman Tierra Bridgewater colors her Day of the Dead skull.

CHS freshman Tierra Bridgewater colors her Day of the Dead skull.

 

CHS sophomores Jewell Cox, at left, and Shallan Philpott color their Day of the Dead skulls.

CHS sophomores Jewell Cox, at left, and Shallan Philpott color their Day of the Dead skulls.

 

Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Tezon Mitchell colors his Day of the Dead skull.

Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Tezon Mitchell colors his Day of the Dead skull.

 

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader MaCayla Falls colors her Day of the Dead skull.

Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader MaCayla Falls colors her Day of the Dead skull.

 

CHS freshman Emily Kerns colors her Day of the Dead skulls.

CHS freshman Emily Kerns colors her Day of the Dead skulls.

 

CHS freshman Sierra Releford shows her classmate her Day of the Dead skull.

CHS freshman Sierra Releford shows her classmate her Day of the Dead skull.

 

CHS freshman Zoie Sidebottom colors her Day of the Dead skull.

CHS freshman Zoie Sidebottom colors her Day of the Dead skull.

 

CHS freshman Chloe Garrett colors her Day of the Dead skull.

CHS freshman Chloe Garrett colors her Day of the Dead skull.

 

CHS freshman Laci Hodgens colors her Day of the Dead skull.

CHS freshman Laci Hodgens colors her Day of the Dead skull.

 

CHS sophomores Jewell Cox, at left, and Shallan Philpott put finishing touches on their Day of the Dead skulls.

CHS sophomores Jewell Cox, at left, and Shallan Philpott put finishing touches on their Day of the Dead skulls.





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