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Over the course of the last couple of weeks, Wayland High School language students took the AAPPL test. If they scored above a certain standard, they were awarded the Massachusetts Seal of Biliteracy. “I chose to take the AAPPL because I know some of my colleges will take the Seal as language credit,” senior Ciaran Murphy said.
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Featured Artist: Olivia Stitham

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What is your favorite medium to work with?
Probably pen and pencil.

How did you come up with the ideas for your art?
I have a lot of artists that I follow, and I just get inspired by stuff that they do. I like drawing from nature and plants. I’m really interested in anatomy and just people in general.

Which artists do you follow?
I follow a bunch of artists on Tumblr. One, named Mel Tow, does some cool, simplistic illustrations that are based around people, things and everyday objects.

Do you take art classes?
Yeah. I’m in Art 3 [at WHS]. [Outside of school], this is my third year taking classes at Acton Art.

Would you want to pursue art as a career in the future?
Yes, I think for college I’m going to try and combine it with biology, so possibly doing medical illustrations or something like that.

What do you like the most about art?
I like how it’s very personal. You can express whatever you like in it, and there are no real rules.

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    ScottMar 12, 2015 at 8:12 AM

    Amazing work Olivia!

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    Aunt AnneMar 11, 2015 at 4:55 PM

    So proud of YOU.

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    asdgfOct 14, 2014 at 12:15 AM

    woww these are so good, especially the black and white ones

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Featured Artist: Olivia Stitham