Artwork presented to Trinity Lutheran School

SHARING HER TALENTS–Trinity alumna Cora Worthington recently made and presented the school with a piece of art. She is pictured with the art and some of the school students.

A new piece of artwork is on display at Trinity Lutheran School, compliments of one of the school’s alumni.

Cora (Trask) Worthington, a 2014 graduate of Trinity, recently presented the school with an original piece that she did featuring a trio of mustangs. This piece, like almost all of her work, was done utilizing a stippling style, which is a drawing technique of using pen or ink to create an image using primarily only small dots.

She noted that this piece came about following a recent visit to the school. Worthington had stopped in to visit with her mother, preschool teacher Angie Trask, and ended up talking with Principal Robin Booth about her artwork.

For more information, please see this week’s print edition.