Keystone Visual Arts Students Unveil Artworks Inspired by Self-Isolation

Keystone twelfth graders under the DP Visual Arts program have released their portfolios of the masterpieces they have produced in the past two years, including those that are inspired by the pandemic. Keystone Visual Arts teacher Bolsyn Urmuzov raves about the craftsmanship, resourcefulness, and diligence of the students, saying the “extreme [but] transformative environment has challenged our young artists.”

See their artwork portfolios right here.

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