Digital art classes provide creative outlet

The elective digital art provides an outlet for students to pursue their creative side. Advanced Placement sophomore Kayla Aranda has taken digital art classes for three consecutive years.

“It’s a way for me to show my personality and emotions through my artwork,” Aranda said. “And [instructor Jim] Finch is really cool.”

Digital art allows students to use multiple programs including Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop and many others. Sophomore Mallory Chauvin, who takes the advanced class, explains what her favorite program to edit.

“I like Adobe Illustrator better,” Chauvin said. “I have more experience with it and it is easier to draw in.”

By Jalyn Moore