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Artistic Expressions: Lekhya Thiriveedhi

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Guest contributor Jian Park sits down with freshman Lekhya Thiriveedhi to discuss her art journey.

Name: Lekhya Thiriveedhi

Grade: freshman

Years of experience: 7 years

Wingspan: How long have you been doing art?

Thiriveedhi: “I have been doing art for most of my life. I started taking classes when I was in second grade, in addition to my weekly art classes in school.” 

Wingspan: Why did you start art?

Thiriveedhi: “Since I could remember, I’ve always been drawing. When I was bored I would just doodle and show off my skills. When I got older, it became a great stress-reliever and outlet for my creativity.” 

Wingspan: What do you most enjoy about art?

Thiriveedhi: “I love that art doesn’t need to be precise. It can be as messy as you want it to be. I also love to see the whole composition come together, it is very satisfying to see a finished piece.” 

Wingspan: What are some challenges you face or may face in doing art?

Thiriveedhi: “Sometimes I face art blocks and do not feel like drawing. Sometimes, I get the feeling that my drawings are never something good and I am not proud of it. I usually just wait for this feeling to pass.” 

Wingspan: What is your favorite medium to use?

Thiriveedhi: “Currently my favorite medium to use is graphite. I usually have a pencil with me so it is very easy to make graphite drawings. Also, shading with graphite was one of the first skills I mastered.” 

Wingspan: What was your favorite project so far from school?

Thiriveedhi: “My favorite project in school so far has been the ASL contour drawings. Drawing the hands was really fun. Also, I love making zentangles, an art piece made of different patterns.” 

Wingspan: Where do you get your inspiration from?

Thiriveedhi: “I get my inspiration from other artists, music, and T.V. shows. For example, I like illustrating song lyrics or making artworks mimicking different art styles.”

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