Jerome Students' Work On Display


By Brittany Cooper

Jerome, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) Two seniors at Jerome High School are displaying their talents at the Jerome Library.

David Quinley gives his students an opportunity each trimester to do a graphics show.

Sammantha Gulliford and Zulemma Juarez were the students this time around. On Monday night they held an open house showcasing their hard work.

Juarez says, "mine are more of color pieces so I made them in Photoshop. Sam's are the phones that are mostly of people and they are also edited."

"I started freshman year with graphics one and then my sophomore year I decided to apply for annual which is a graphic based class and ever since then, I've been in love with graphics, I really enjoy it and it something I kind of want to pursue maybe in college," adds Gulliford.

The girls' work is also for sale. Please contact the high school for further details.

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