Share your artistic talent with the Missourian

Friday, May 18, 2012 | 6:00 a.m. CDT
J. Schuyler Donelson created this sculpture as part of a surrealism unit at Hickman High School. It is a rabbit with the body of a grenade.

We at the Columbia Missourian want to publish our readers' artwork. Whether you're an amateur doodlist or a professional-in-training, we would like to share your talent with our readers. You can send us your work at, and the images will be added to our Facebook album.

Thomas Parker and Julia Grant from the Hickman High School Art Department invited us to photograph some of their students' recent work, and we used the excuse to kick-start this project.

A few pieces from Hickman students are here, and the rest can be found in our Facebook album of Columbia Art.

Do you know someone specific we should invite to share? Please email us at

This story is part of a section of the Missourian called From Readers, which is dedicated to your voices and your stories. We hope you'll consider sharing. Here's howSupervising editor is Joy Mayer.

Daisy Crane sculpted this piece for her 3D design class at Hickman High School. She made it as part of a unit on surrealism taught by Thomas Parker.
Elizabeth Ng'wasi painted this picture in Julia Grant's art class at Hickman High School.
Justin Green made this piece for Thomas Parker's Foundations 3D art class at Hickman High School.

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