In today’s day and age, artists continue to express themselves, each in their own unique way. Art can be found in every subject area, from architecture to photography, and in its universality we can still find individuality, both in terms of style and subject material. In this issue of The Torch and our annual Literary Spread, students from grades 7 through 12 have submitted works of art varying from painting to poetry. Vastly different styles, themes and personalities, each just as strong and unique as the others are shown in the following pages. While the subject of art and its meaning are controversially subjective, The Torch hopes you may appreciate your peers’ work and admire the insight into artistry frequently overlooked on the surface.
Click the following link to read the rest of “The Mystery Of Tick-Tock Manor,” a short story by seventh-grader Morgan Geddes.