Welcome to the Kaleidoscope website! The Kaleidoscope is West Linn High School’s literary and arts magazine. Our goal is to promote student arts and writing at WLHS. The Kaleidoscope has both an online platform and a printed magazine that will be available at the end of the school year. The Kaleidoscope is entirely composed of student work, and would love submissions of all types and … Continue reading Welcome to the Kaleidoscope!
Spring break is just around the corner and we are dreaming of warm weather and palm trees, so we loved Marlee Feltham’s sunny photo submission! Continue reading Featured Photo: Marlee Feltham
Submissions for the final publication are officially closed for the year and we are so impressed with your work! We will be notifying our chosen artists in the coming weeks but for now, we want to continue highlighting some of our favorite pieces, like Chloe Sorenson’s beautiful painting. (Remember, you can continue to submit for online publication!) Continue reading Featured Work: Chloe Sorenson
Second semester is flying by but these school weeks seem to be getting longer and longer. We love this poem by Jacob Coller, entitled Days, that encapsulates some of the feelings many of us are experiencing. Days by Jacob Coller Monday Named for the moon, a looming reminder that I didn’t get enough sleep last night Tuesday The name of my close friend, a constant sign … Continue reading Featured Poem: Jacob Coller
We are so impressed by this painting by Hope Scott, a WLHS senior. If you create beautiful work like this, consider submitting your work to the Kaleidoscope for the chance to be featured or published in the book. Remember, you only have until the end of the month to submit your work! Continue reading Featured Painting: Hope Scott
The Kaleidoscope is excited to feature our first ceramics piece! West Linn High School has so many great artists, and we are proud to be able to feature creations of all different mediums. We loved these pieces by Hannah Vedder: We are still searching for submissions! If you create ceramic art, or any other kind of art, remember to submit your work before February 28th … Continue reading Featured Ceramics Work: Hannah Vedder