Volume 31



ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Sonali Muthusamy ‘28


When you think of paintings or painters, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? The Mona Lisa? Van Gogh? Leonardo da Vinci? At Harvard-Westlake, there are many exceptionally talented painters. Today I will share the passion that one of my peers has for painting.

Sonali Muthusamy ’28 is an artist . Ever since she was in elementary school, Muthusamy has always taken art classes outside of school. Muthusamy has dealt with many types of visual arts, but painting has always been the one that has intrigued her the most.

The different colors have a symbolic significance as Muthusamy as it showcases the different ways she can experience them. As she describes the powerful impact art has on her, “All the freedom you have in your artwork, it’s an indescribable feeling.” Moreover, Muthusamy hopes people can take away many important and different ideas from her paintings.

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Summer Park ’27 is a first-year spectrum reporter. Park is passionate about journalism, as she enjoys reporting and writing about opinion, informative, entertainment-based articles. Park believes it is crucial to read and hear the news from credible sources consistently. “With media literacy, people can stay informed about current events,” Park said. Additionally, Park is a co-leader of the Simon Says Girls Club, where she informs other students about current issues worldwide. Park is also very passionate about dance, as she avidly danced since the age of three. Adding on, Park has been a part of the Harvard-Westlake dance program, as she is a second-year Dance Production member.
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