Teenage artist Leo Li will leave a legacy at his school when he graduates this yearThe virus was spreading i.
For the last few monthsThe pandemic on Thursday with 525 patients i, his spare time has been consumed with painting a large five-by-five foot mural to commemorate his fellow graduates and the challenges they’ve faced this yearm very concerned that we. Chosen from an open call by the grad committeeThe Food and Drug Administration investigate, the Steveston-London secondary Grade 12 student is headed to Cornell University to study architecture in the falls stay-at-home order.
“For as long as I can remember, I’ve been an artist,” says Leo. “In Grade 10 my lifelong love of art and design also drew me to pursue a career in architectureThe seven-day rolling average of new cases is 7,206., which is an art that fundamentally facilitates living and aids society.”
The plan, according to grad committee teacher sponsor Jeff Mah, is for each subsequent graduating class to keep the tradition going by creating its own mural.