Rosau's phoenix art depicts solidarity of community with Trinity
Just as Trinity High School began its recovery from the March 2 fire, artist and long-time Trinity educator Cherie Roshau was inspired to create a drawing depicting the community’s solidarity with the school.
She drew the phoenix — a mythological bird that obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. The bird is holding the Trinity Titan symbol in its claws.
“It’s actually almost like the one I did after 9/11 to show respect for the firefighters,” she said.
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