Photo of the week – Sept. 3

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Photo of the week – Sept. 3

Molding the center of a clay bowl, sophomore Megan Gordon leans over a pottery wheel in Clay Club. Although Gordon just started experimenting with clay, she has created art with other mediums like paint and is currently taking ceramics. “I’m not very good with words, and I’m not very good with writing things down because of my dyslexia,” Gordon said. “I’m better with painting a picture because I learn very visually, so I’m able to transfer that to the picture. I feel like sometimes my art can speak for me.”

Molding the center of a clay bowl, sophomore Megan Gordon leans over a pottery wheel in Clay Club. Although Gordon just started experimenting with clay, she has created art with other mediums like paint and is currently taking ceramics. “I’m not very good with words, and I’m not very good with writing things down because of my dyslexia,” Gordon said. “I’m better with painting a picture because I learn very visually, so I’m able to transfer that to the picture. I feel like sometimes my art can speak for me.”

Charlie Cohen

Molding the center of a clay bowl, sophomore Megan Gordon leans over a pottery wheel in Clay Club. Although Gordon just started experimenting with clay, she has created art with other mediums like paint and is currently taking ceramics. “I’m not very good with words, and I’m not very good with writing things down because of my dyslexia,” Gordon said. “I’m better with painting a picture because I learn very visually, so I’m able to transfer that to the picture. I feel like sometimes my art can speak for me.”

Charlie Cohen

Charlie Cohen

Molding the center of a clay bowl, sophomore Megan Gordon leans over a pottery wheel in Clay Club. Although Gordon just started experimenting with clay, she has created art with other mediums like paint and is currently taking ceramics. “I’m not very good with words, and I’m not very good with writing things down because of my dyslexia,” Gordon said. “I’m better with painting a picture because I learn very visually, so I’m able to transfer that to the picture. I feel like sometimes my art can speak for me.”

Carly Anderson and Sabrina Bohn

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