painting pots and choosing plants
What does spring say more than flowers?
- On March 31st, Natasha James and Lauren Fereday set up a table with a variety of plants, pots and painting utensils in the ISUB rotunda. During this two hour activity, students chatted and laughed with friends, mixed colors to create different shades, and painted unique designs Kim Stager | Argonaut
- Meghan Kelly, a sophomore sociology student, painted her pot with the word “dotty” over a sunset colored background and a white border on the top of the pot that was dotted with black spots Kim Stager | Argonaut
- Oliva Niemi, a sophomore student specializing in psychology, painted her pot with different shades of green and a white border, which was also littered with green spots. Kim Stager | Argonaut
- Jay Gaines, an anthropology senior, painted her pot a variety of pinks and reds with white clouds contrasting against the background and black hearts. Chuck Tatman’s pot was still in the making, but it was full of shapes and colors. The students seemed to be enjoying their time in the rotunda and spending time with their friends on this warm spring day Kim Stager | Argonaut
- Meghan Kelly (left) and Olivia Neimi (right) paint their pots | Kim Stager | Argonaut