The art of Kappa Pi

The Pumpkin Patch mural at Magic Springs was created by the  Kappa Pi International Art Honor Society.

Bailey Dougan

The Pumpkin Patch mural at Magic Springs was created by the Kappa Pi International Art Honor Society.

College is the place to find and nurture your interests. Clubs provide a space to hone your skills surrounded by like minded individuals. Henderson’s art club,the Kappa Pi art honor society is no different.

On Oct. 14, Kappa Pi held their annual art sale in the Garrison.They sold acrylic and oil paints,paint brushes, charcoal and other art supplies.

Kappa Pi International Art Honor Society paints a mural of a cornfield at Magic Springs. (Bailey Dougan)

The profits from the art sale allow the club to go on trips and buy supplies for projects such as Henderson Halloween.

Emily Golden, senior art education major, found a, “real community of artists that [she] can relate to and that have become like a family to [her]”.

The Kappa Pi International Art Honor Society at Magic Springs gathers in solidarity. (Bailey Dougan)

Kappa Pi’s goal is “to reach the brightest and most creative art students who show strong dedication towards the art community.” said Golden.

Kappa Pi has done some considerable work in the past and only have better things to come in the future. In preparation for their Halloweekend event they helped paint at Magic Springs.

They are currently creating a mural for the Chemistry club.