Hubbard art students work to defend Paint-a-Plow title

Students in Hubbard High School’s Art II, III and IV classes spent the last few weeks participating in the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Paint a Plow program.


The program encourages students across the state to decorate an ODOT plow with original artwork.  Last year, Hubbard High School’s original design won first place in ODOT’s district four contest. This year, high school art teacher Josh MacMillian says his students chose a design based off of an art history lesson they were completing on The Scream, which was created by Norwegian Expressionist artist Edvard Munch in 1893.  The students worked to create their version of The Scream and added characters that represented Christmas time including the Grinch and Jack Skellington from the Nightmare Before Christmas.




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