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4/23/2014 7:31:00 AM
HMS student's art on display at post office
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Heritage Middle School eighth grade art student Brenden Tupper shows some of his Zentangle art. Several pieces of his art are on display at the Chino Valley Post Office.
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Heritage Middle School eighth grade art student Brenden Tupper shows some of his Zentangle art. Several pieces of his art are on display at the Chino Valley Post Office.

Diane DeHamer
Feature Writer


Brenden Tupper, an eighth-grader at Heritage Middle School in Chino Valley is very skilled in drawing Zentangle art designs.

His designs are so impressive that his art is on display at the Chino Valley Post Office.

"I really enjoy drawing Zentangles because I like the different patterns. I get some ideas from my head and some when I see different objects," Brenden said.

"I always use black ball point pens and Uniballs. The uniballs are designed so I can shade with them," he added.

Brenden's art teacher Mrs. Aschenbrenner stated how great she thinks his art is.

"Brenden's use of pattern, contrast and design are very nice. His fellow art students and myself al found his work to be quite impressive. Brenden is a very talented young man, said Mrs. Aschenbrenner.

On entering high school Brenden hopes to get into advanced art to further his artistic abilities.




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