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PARNASSUS Par·nas·sus 1. A mountain in central Greece. In ancient times it was sacred to Apollo (the god of many things, including poetry, truth, light, healing, and music), Dionysus (the god of the grape harvest and ritual madness), and the Muses (the goddesses of inspiration). 2. The world of poetry. 3. The center of poetic or other creative activity. Contents CoverArt “Swing” (Digital Photography) - Jason Son ‘16 (Use the Aurasma app to hear Leah’s welcome) Home Mother - Andrew Lim ……...............................................................…..3 Homeless - Margaret Allen …….....................................................…..3 My World - Mackenzie Belanger.........................................................4 I Want to Travel - Sophia Blanchard......................................................4 The Bee - Dikran Arshagouni…….......................................................4 The Imperfect Paradise - Sarju Patel…...........................................5 The Goldfish - Massimo Schiraldi …......................................…..........5 After the Funeral - Megan Sargent ..................................................5 Piano Miniature - Dikran Arshagouni …..................................….......6 Untitled - Anonymous …………..................................................……..6 Where the Sidewalk Ends - Sarah Morin ............................................6 Still Life The Winter Garden - Sophia Blanchard….............................................7 Flowers - Mikael Pluhar…….................................................................7 Green Road - Margaret Allen ……...............................................…..7 Seated Boy - Jennifer McDowell…......................................................8 Haiku - Mark Mao ……....................................................................…..8 Island (after Rumi) - Margaret Allen…...............................................8 Leaf - Stasia Bogacz……...................................................................….8 Joy Giraffes - Juliann Ramirez …............................................................…..9 Having a Brother - Ryan Hanaway …......................................................9 Minion - Scott Boucher …..............................................................…...9 Yellow - Anonymous ……................................................................…..9 Seoul City - Justin Song ......................…..............................................10 Woofird - Hudsen Hagland….........................................................….10 Animal Morph - Guillaume Poisson ...............................................….10 Create Your Own World - Tyler Hatch ....................................................11 Untitled - Samantha Saliba ..........................................................…...11 Animal Morph - Wenhao Li ..........................................................…...11 Portraits Falling - Paige Patterson ................................................................…..12 Portrait of Stasia - Ziv Li ..............................................................…...12

Editorial Board Leah Corson ‘15 Michael Notice ‘15 Joselyn Fuller ‘ 14 Mikael Pluhar ‘14 Ms. Angela Juurlink

Faculty Advisor Ms. Anne Miller Aurasma Support Ms. Caitlin Kosow Art Editor Mrs. Remy Steevensz Printing: Art Studio - Tilton School

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A Guardian Angel - Janey Salach ...................................................….12 Portrait of Rebecca - Jennifer McDowell .........................................….12 Untitled - Paige Patterson ...............................................................….13 Portrait of Olivia - Dikran Arshagouni .................................................13 (Use the Aurasma app to hear Olivia perform “Landslide” Portrait of Sophia - Ziv Li ..............................................................…..13 Thoughts Untitled - Anonymous .....................................................................….14 Nightmares - Mikael Pluhar ..........................................................….15 Skeleton - Mary Dillon ...................................................................….15 Sophia’s Eye - Stasia Bogacz ..........................................................…..15 Reflection - Juliann Ramirez ..............................................................16 Bridge - Nicolas Waring ........................................................................16 Poem 1 and Poem 2 - Matthew Garrell ............................................….16 Seasons and Fulfillment - Rebecca Robberts .......................................17 The Confession - Stasia Bogacz ....................................................….16 Untitled - Samantha Saliba .............................................................….17 Papers and Logic - Mikael Pluhar ..................................................…..17 (Use the Aurasma app to hear Mikael read his poem) Voices Hope - Massimo Schiraldi ............................................................…..18 The Mailman - Alex McGaw ..............................................................19 The Pearl - Juliann Ramirez ................................................................19 Poem Illustration - Guillaume Poisson ...........................................20 Wayne Gretsky - Alex McGaw ........................................................20

Parnassus contains Augmented Reality!

Aurasma is an Augmented Reality app that can be downloaded on most devices. (iPad, iPhone, Android device, etc.) This app allows you to hover your device over an image that has been paired with Aurasma and be automatically linked to a video/image/YouTube video. Follow the directions below to more fully experience the arts at Tilton: • Log into the App store on your device, search Aurasma and click download • Open your app. First time users will need to create an account • Once you have created an account click on the triangle on the bottom of your screen • Click on the icon of a magnifying glass on the bottom of your screen • In the search box type in: tiltonrams. Then click: tiltonrams channel • Click the FOLLOW button on the right hand side • Click on the square box on the bottom of your screen and you should now be able to see through your camera’s viewfinder • Now hover your device over these directions to see if you have correctly downloaded the app (it might take a few moments to work) • Anytime you see a picture of the , open Aurasma on your device and hover over the image and you will be automatically linked


HOME Mother

I will now give onto you joy A joy greater than you expect. A spring is coming. A warm and marvelous spring. A spring that will remind you of Gentle and comforting things.

I’m never without you I am you Because when I look in the mirror The first thought that Comes across my mind Is you, not me My eyes share the same color, Curve and lids They are you

As gentle like a mother’s touch As comforting as a friend’s encouragement I will give you warmth I will give you love.

I am you Because every single thing I have Even the smallest careless action It is for you, not for me When I wash my hair, I use your shampoo Just to remember your scent It is you.

I will now give onto you The strength to stand up The strength to laugh The strength to run I will give you warmth, I will pay to love. Andrew Lim ‘14

I am you I could not live Without your warm loving embrace I am you because I know you, More than anyone or anything, even the air I am you I make my own food To taste like yours Spicy and full of love I am you I am never without you You will be always my hero Always I will love you. I have watched your life Though sorrow I will now give onto you joy I will provide hot chocolate on a cold, Winter’s night, To those without a home, Shivering in the darkness I will give to you warmth, I will pay you with love

Homeless

Someone asked me yesterday, What does it feel like Now that you’re an American? And I had to think about that For a minute Because I didn’t feel different at all Except In knowing I could no longer think of myself As homeless Margaret Allen January, 2008 Tilton, NH faculty

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HOME One panel out of six of “My World” Mackenzie Belanger PG, Graphic Art & Design Artist Statement: I was so excited for this project in Graphic Arts that I could not wait to begin. I started my first panel by thinking clearly about where I am from. I inserted the New Hampshire map in the background. I added a peace sign because I think it shows that I am a peaceful person. I also changed the peace sign to purple, which is my favorite color. Behind the peace sign I chose four different pictures of trees: one for each season. Below the peace sign I chose a sun because I loved the contrast of the colors. By using different layers, my first panel was huge success. In subsequent panels I used different layer properties and settings and started to make different collages including my favorite things, friends and family. The lasso tool has been the most helpful tool for me so far.

I Want to Travel I want to travel. Your smile can be my sunset oh how I would love waking up to the sunrise every morning Your eyes can be my stars and I’ll let them guide me through my darkest hours Your veins can be my streets and I will run along these very streets and follow them all the way to my homeYour heart. Sophia Blanchard ‘16

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“The Bee” Dikran Arshagouni ‘16, Digital Photography


HOME The Imperfect Paradise Paradise is a jail with dreamers trapped within Paradise is a nonexistent trail that wishers get lost in Paradise makes us forget how lucky we are to live in a beauty, from each rock to each star Appreciate the world we possess and utter the words “God Bless” Paradise locks the mind behind metal bars Marking you with regretful scars The mind imagines this purity leaving Mother Nature full of obscurity

We imagine this “sunshine palace” then glance at our world with malice Paradise sentences us to life in dissatisfaction trapping us in a gloomy room with a blank reaction while those appreciating Mother Nature’s place live life with a smile across their face Because forgetting about perfect is the key to making what you have worth it Sarju Patel ‘16

See and hear Megan Sargent ‘16 discuss Peter Everwine’s poem “After the Funeral”

“The Goldfish” T-shirt design Massimo Schiraldi PG, Graphic Art & Design Artist Statement: The inspiration for the project came to me when I saw the picture of a ship in a glass of water. I thought that it would be nice to put something different in the glass, a simple goldfish, but with a particular feature - that is its bigness. I wanted to showcase the fact that sometimes what people think is normal actually represents the most interesting thing. In this case the goldfish symbolizes everything people consider obvious. The first impact when people look at my work is: “It is just a goldfish,” but when they look with more attention they discover how much that goldfish is special. My message? “Pay attention to what is around, even if it is just a goldfish.”

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HOME

“Piano Miniature” - Dikran Arshagouni ‘16 Digital Photography

Untitled It’s easy to get lost in thoughts about you, especially for an absentminded person like me. My head is a very loud place that at times can be cavernous and lonely, all this masked and muted by the bored and tired look perpetually plastered on my face. I’m always daydreaming, and I swear there’s a small layer of my mind infallibly playing and rewinding the sight of you stretched out on my bed, face crinkled up laughing from who-remembers-what. That may very well be my favorite memory in my head, and I think it might be the most beautiful thing I own. Anonymous

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See and hear Sarah Morin ‘17 discuss Shel Silverstein’s poem “Where the Sidewalk Ends”


STILL LIFE The Winter Garden I see myself In the shriveled flowers of my garden Holding out for a second chance to live again But as the seasons change so do people And you let me die Hoping maybe I’d come back in the spring But during those cold black winter nights I realized There’s something about the darkness that comforts me. Sophia Blanchard ‘16

“Flowers” - Mikael Pluhar ‘14 Advanced Studio Art

Green Road We walked out On the green road Between the stone walls Going nowhere in particular But going for the walking Into the solitary places. We paced ourselves against the lonely labors of the old stone-wall builders who made what they could of it, leaning stone on stone to show the safe way home. To walk on the green road, You must become satisfied With your own company. You have to figure out the way around tumbled stones and impenetrable thickets. The guide book can’t help you Here. Keep walking. You will reach a place Cresting the climbing pathway, Here a pause by the ravine, A turn by the tumbled stones, There a startling Splash of color in the hedgerow, Sea spray in the face as the wind shifts, And now a sudden recognition - you had known it all the time of destination. The moment takes your breath away. The green road Has taken you nowhere in particular That is everything That matters. County Clare, Ireland. August, 2004 Margaret Allen faculty

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STILL LIFE Island (after Rumi) River running swift Around this place Anchored And steady In the pull and tug of current. Safe on the island, Warmed by late September sun, We talk of transformation In the tumbling flow of life.

“Seated Boy” - Jennifer McDowell ‘16 Digital Photography

Haiku Fish lay on the beach. The hot sun in the summer, Steals the souls of fish. Mark Mao ‘17

“Leaf” - Stasia Bogacz ‘16 Digital Photography

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A long time ago the poet said Unfold your own myth So that when you grow weary of the work With tired legs Caught up in the riverweed tangle, Pulled down To the shadowy darkened layers Where I cannot reach you – Then You’ll feel the wings you’ve grown, Lifting. And the thought comes, It’s all that anyone needs One place of certainty, One island in the dark and rushing water, One lifting-off place. Margaret Allen September 2004 New Hampshire faculty


JOY “Giraffes” T-shirt design Juliann Ramirez PG, Graphic Art & Design Artist Statement: For this project we were asked to look at creative samples and use them as motivation to create something similar. The sample that I chose was a silhouette of a young girl. Within her body was the view of a landscape. I chose a picture of two giraffes. I decided to erase the background and the inside of the animals so only a thin outline would remain. After that I used pictures of Africa to fill in the giraffes’ bodies. Then I chose to use a black ground so that the colors of the giraffes would really stand out. Once that was done, I used a sun-like paint brush for a design in the back. Then I chose a very bold font to write the word, “wild”, at the bottom.

Having a Brother Having a brother can be a drag Because sometimes all he does is nag nag nag He comes in my room and plops on my bed ready to play Completely ignoring everything I say Sometimes he’s quiet and I feel something is wrong But I know that he’ll get through it because he’s way too strong When push comes to shove this kid’s way too hard not to love But that’s what comes with a little brother And I wouldn’t want any other Ryan Hanaway ‘16

Yellow “Minion” - Scott Boucher ‘14 Ceramics

Warm and sticky like honey Just as bright as A day warm and sunny The calming fragrance of sunflower Or the bitterness of a lemon Oh, so sour When you hear an obnoxious quack in your ear Or feel the feel Of rough, bumpy corn, or a smooth banana peel Then you’ll know the color Yellow. Anonymous

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JOY “Seoul City” - T-Shirt design, Justin Song ‘14 Advanced Graphic Art & Design This design is inspired by the Korean flag and mainly made with brushes in Photoshop CS6.

“Woofird” - Hudsen Hagland ‘15 Graphic Art & Design Artist Statement: I took two very unlike animals (a dog and what seems to be a sparrow) and morphed them into one creature. This new creature is called “woofird” and was created by using the Patch Tool, overlay features, and some feathering effects.

“Animal Morph” - Guillaume Poisson ‘15 Graphic Art & Design Artist Statement: The project was to create an animal morph. I used three animals ( chameleon, jaguar and a rabbit). These three animals are completely different. I wanted the color of this chameleon with the head of a jaguar. Also, for this animal to look more weird, I decided to put a rabbit ear on it with a green blue overlay.

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JOY “Create Your Own World” - Tyler Hatch‘16 Advanced Graphic Art & Design

Untitled The path has overgrown itself, sweet ocher grasses wrapping themselves tightly against my shins. The last of the songbirds sing high-low, trying to escape gravity and take off into the sky. September came again her lovely face blushing red, the leaves coming down around me, predecessors of the early November snow. Samantha Saliba ‘17

“Animal Morph” - Wenhao Li ‘14 Graphic Art & Design

Animal Morph Project Graphic Arts & Design In this assignment, students were asked to create a “new” animal out of two or three different animals using Photoshop CS6. The images need to be compatible both in dimensions and dpi. The “new” animal should be seamless with respect to shape and color.

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PORTRAITS Falling

A Guardian Angel

I want to tell you to lean on me but I’m too afraid of you f a l l i n g

the man yells at his daughter all through the day ‘cause nothing is ever enough she walks the long way home to avoid her house a place where she needs to feel safe when he gets home from work she escapes to her room and quickly hides under her bed the tears start to roll when she hears her name called his voice is like a roaring bear as he enters her room she bites her fingers and braces for what is to come under her bed her mom holds her hand tightly and wipes away tears in her eyes she watches his foot as it crosses her room a bowling ball rolls down the lane she grasps for her mother as he grabs her legs but she’s already disappeared she tries to remember her mother’s advice as she closes her eyes in pain it’s finally over, she’s hugging her mom you’re safe now you’re gonna be fine

because I’m not strong enough to hold even myself up Paige Patterson ‘16

Janey Salach ‘16

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PORTRAITS Untitled You’ve traced a self portrait on the inside of my eyelids without my permission I never asked to see you every time I closed my eyes Paige Patterson ‘16

See and hear Olivia Harding ‘14 perform “Landslide”

“Portrait of Olivia” - Dikran Arshagouni ‘16 Digital Photography

“Portraits” - Digital Photography On the far left: “Portrait of Stasia” Ziv Li ‘16 In the middle: “Portrait of Rebecca” Jennifer McDowell ‘15 On the right: “Portrait of Sophia” Ziv Li ‘16

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THOUGHTS Untitled All of a sudden Her world came crashing down In the form of patterns on the walls and colors in her head Unsure It only took the indelicate words of one and the lost eyes of another For the gentle girl to question everything Thoughts of hesitation Where to put her concerns Her lightly padded shoulders and equestrian style boots Carried her to the place she knew best A cigarette nestled between her lips At peace with nothing but the smoke she Continuously exhaled Lost Questions lurked through her head She needs someone to understand Not even words would escape out of the corners of her pursed lips Confidence Could not even fix her For she had lost her poise Her control She felt as if she were nothing And this time she could not kick it with her black boot For it appeared to be falling apart Her phone buzzes in her pocket Utter annoyance She only wanted to be alone But The boy made it clear He wanted Her Happiness Scared that he too would fill her hopeful smile with doubt She was tired and wanted only him to be hers that night So, she forgot about all of her worries She grasped his hand and led him up the stairs And to their getaway for the night The girl’s thoughts were racing every which way She did what she knew best and put on her jammies No different from when she was just a little girl The same old princess

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Her PJ’s made her feel Grounded once again Comfortable--she got into her bed and she felt home He crawled in next to her and they created one of the longest nights she’d ever had They laced themselves with their deepest thoughts She spoke so many delicate words She felt like herself--she hid nothing from that boy For the moment, she was no longer scared It frightened her He placed his gentle and forgiving hands on her soft body The way his gentle hands appreciated all of her Made her feel something she didn’t know was real With every word he spoke She fell more in love With who they were together Together they lay So royal--pampered With nothing but the sweetness of each other She rose She notices the beautiful patterns Still Plastered on the wall And realized this could all be a dream, although, she wasn’t one to think too much Off came the flawless paint carefully brushed on her face And back to their bed Then it became Time to shut their eyes She knew that when she woke It would still be their precious reality She shut her eyes, but withheld her consciousness the rest of the morning The girl was infatuated by the way this single being could make her feel For, she had allowed someone to make her happy A love that if taken from her She would absolutely Not be okay Having become quite opposed to vulnerability Underneath the paint and cloth She was a lover He encouraged her to be Nothing but herself And she fell in love with Loving him Anonymous


THOUGHTS Nightmares A description of my worst nightmares. Nightmares, but not fears, ‘cause they only come when I can’t see them, and make no sense when I do. It starts with nothing. Like silence that buzzes. Still but not peaceful. Imminent. Then Big. Roar. Loud. Like everything moving at once, angrily rushing together. A massive senseless distortion, like a thousand pounding hearts. like primal fear, like War. It leaves a wake of the same unnatural stillness. A taste of blood, with the promise of more. Then unbearable Small. Like dropping a pebble, or a poke with a toothpick. A single torturous whimper in a world of dead silence. The tiniest ripple possible. That sound you strain so hard to hear, but only catch the hint of the shadow of its echo. Aggravating a wound, layering the terrible with the unbearable. When I awake it still haunts me. Because it isn’t fake and isn’t real. One day I know I will see it head on, and it will see me too. I can only hope I won’t understand, Ignorance is (figurative) bliss. Mikael Pluhar ‘14

“Skeleton” - Marie Dillon ‘14 Advanced Studio Art

“Sophia’s Eye” - Stasia Bogacz ‘16 Digital Photography

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THOUGHTS Poem 1

Bridge

Still the waters, and silence the call Of those whom life did haply befall. For in my grave - there will not rest The fain of life, by death’s caress.

The bridge from creativity and imagination To the publishing of world-renowned works. Ideas begin as hundreds of small eggs in the brain, Developed into a Nobel Prize winner Or a six million dollar Rembrandt. To get from one side of the bridge to the other, You do not need to be Albert Camus Nor do you have to be Rembrandt, himself. All you need to do to get from the deserted island called Imagination, To the exciting cosmopolitan city of world-renowned works, Is put a pencil to the paper, And cross the yellow, Ticonderoga No. 2 bridge.

Or will never thy soul be wrought, By the hands that time hath forgot! Shall then thy words not be enthroned? Where thy dreams are crowned alone! Poem 2 Still now in silence you lay, Cradled in heaven’s dark decay. The plaintive sky and temporal light, Lull to thee the psalm of life. In darkness - where dreams are wrought, Where angels and man weep in loss, Departed cries of one beloved, Echo through Heaven above. Matthew Garrell ‘16

“Reflection” - Julianne Ramirez PG (below) Graphic Art & Design Artist statement: In our latest assignment we had to create a design of our own. The creation could be of anything that we wanted. I decided that I wanted my creation to be something completely different than anything I have done before. I decided to start out with a woman’s face. However, the only thing I really wanted from her face to be in the picture were her lips. Instead of just cropping out her lips I cut the woman’s face in half. With the remaining half of her face I changed it to black and white. Then I made it so that the only that had color were her lips. They became a dark purple. Next I decided that the picture needed more to it. I thought she could have a skull for the upper half of her face. However, I didn’t want it to be just any ordinary skull. I was able to find a skull made out of flowers. Next I added smoke coming out of the woman’s lips to give it a hippy look. Finally, the background was too boring; it needed color. I decided to do paint swirls in the background using colors that were in the flower skull.

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Nicholas Waring ‘16


THOUGHTS Seasons and Fulfillment

Untitled

Always wishing our days away Like undiagnosed children awaiting the moment The school bell rings at the end of the day As the dull days of winter drag on, They become the dreary days of spring We Long for the spicy summer days And all of the time, waiting Wishing, dreaming

occurring to me at an odd moment, love is a four letter word and so is pain, and so is hate and lust, and hurt, and gone so why don’t we all know why don’t we all see that love is a hateful word?

We’re working a 9-5 job and the weekend in our summer Sometimes forgetting that we can get promoted

Samantha Saliba ‘17

The little things cause us to find our niche and live there for Some hours Find another one Be the girl in the corner writing her heart out when everyone else is Sleeping, weeping Fulfill yourself At least when it’s 85 degrees and she is feeling reckless, she’ll have Trained herself not to waste time To write about how wonderful she’s feeling Rebecca Roberts ‘15

Papers and Logic

The Confession Walking through those heavy wooden doors Can take courage sometimes. Maybe it’s your last chance, You’ve finally drawn the line. Not everyone believes in it, They just want it off their chest. But that doesn’t really matter, Because there may not be Someone up there. But at least someone down here Will know. Stasia Bogacz ‘16

Once a saw truth and goodness and beauty, I lived in a dust coated poetical notebook spilling with fermented cliches But sight wasn’t enough, nothing ever is, and regrettably I asked “why” Slowly, I swept away the sweet web clouding my world and demolished the pillars of logic behind layer by layer, worlds of experience pushed aside in quest for that mythical “why” Till one day I came to door, marked in cipher undecipherable, I read “Illusions: Behind You” and “Truth: Ahead” so I opened the door, cause I thought I smelled “why” And now I see nothing at all. Mikael Pluhar ‘14 Parnassus - 17


VOICES

“Hope” - Massimo Schiraldi Graphic Art & Design Artist statement: For this work I tried to associate hope with life and, specifically, a new life. The tree represents the beauty of life that always acquires color in a world that is sometimes gray. The children under the tree symbolize the newer generation, the people who can actually change the world. The fact that the children are closed in a place with pure nature (the grass and the tree) means that they can’t be too influenced by the gray world around them so they can change it and create a better place for everybody. The stop signs intensify the concept that I just exposed. The newer and better things should be allowed to live without interfering with their course. A new thing is always hope if the previous situation was completely wrong.

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“The Mailman” - Alex McGaw ‘15 Graphic Art & Design Artist statement: After reading the four poems we had to chose from I decided to go with the poem called “The Mailman”. I chose this because immediately after reading the poem I had a design in my head. I pictured a mailman driving a mail truck through a subdivision delivering his mail. As I started to piece this design together I wanted to show the viewer exactly what was going on, so I decided to open his door and show envelopes flying out to show how windy it was outside. After this was done I had to make snow in order to create the same picture I had in my head after reading the poem.


VOICES Every April, in tribute to National Poetry Month, the Graphic Art & Design students select one of four poems they find in their work folder and illustrate the poem of their choice using Photoshop CS6. The Pearl Shahriar Shahriari

The Mailman Franz Wright

There are so many fish in the ocean that swim and swirl But it’s the oyster that turns water into Pearl: Ideas numerous, as many drops as the ocean can hold But it’s the person who can turn ideas into gold.

From the third floor window you watch the mailman’s slow progress through the blowing snow. As he goes from door to door he might be searching for a room to rent, unsure of the address, which he keeps stopping to check in the outdated and now obliterated clipping he holds, between thickly gloved fingers, close to his eyes in a hunched and abruptly simian posture that makes you turn away, quickly switching off the lamp.

“The Pearl” - Juliann Ramirez PG Graphic Art & Design Artist statement: I based this design off “The Pearl” poem, which discusses how pearls are one of the treasures of the sea that can sometimes be forgotten. However, at the same time people are always capturing them to make their own treasures, such as necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

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VOICES “Poem Illustration” - Guillaume Poisson Graphic Art & Design Artist statement: In this project I decided to illustrate T.S. Eliot’s poem. In my image is a broken window. Behind the window, there is an abandoned house with yellow fog and the eyes of a cat and a forest. The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock  T.S. Eliot   The yellow fog that rubs its back upon the window-panes, The yellow smoke that rubs its muzzle on the window-panes, Licked its tongue into the corners of the evening, Lingered upon the pools that stand in drains, Let fall upon its back the soot that falls from chimneys, Slipped by the terrace, made a sudden leap, And seeing that it was a soft October night, Curled once about the house, and fell asleep.

“T-shirt Design” - Alex McGaw ‘16 Graphic Art & Design Artist statement: When I designed this shirt, I wanted to include my country and my favorite sport, which is hockey. I decided to take a picture of the best Canadian hockey player to ever live, which is Wayne Gretsky. Then I took a picture of the Canadian flag and played around with the setting, look, shape and size of each until I found what I wanted. Finally I put a background in that is meant to look like ice.

The editors dedicate this year’s Parnassus to Dr. Margaret Allen, Academic Dean, in recognition of her enduring love of poetry and the voice she has given to the arts in her twelve years at Tilton School.

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