Poly-style is a Lockhart youth group show featuring artists Krista Cortez, Natalie Grimm and Abraham Serrato III.
In their own words:
Ever since I started traveling, I had the urge to draw the world I saw around me. It took me a while to find my exact “style,” but once I drew more it started to take its shape.
— Krista Cortez
Cartoons hold a special place in my heart. The vibrant colors and unique styles have always been more appealing to me than work on the more realistic side of things. I started making cartoons and comics when I was barely six years old and have kept up with it ever since.
— Natalie Grimm
The first thing I think when I do art is “grace.” I want to capture the beauty the world has to offer.
— Abraham Serrato III
This exhibition is staged in recognition of Youth Art Month, a national celebration of student talent and creativity. Special thanks to Nan Durham and Vivian Schulle.