Teenagers face pressure to fit in, to join the right clubs, to date the right people.
One group wants to make sure those relationships are healthy ones, and it's using art to get its message across.
They may not be Picasso or Van Gogh, but for a group of high schoolers, the message is more important than the medium.
Nancy Carroll runs the Start Strong Wichita organization. The group focuses on eliminating teen dating violence.
During Wichita's January Final Friday Art Crawl, the group will host it's own gallery. Carroll gave the group a project - design a piece of artwork and answer one question. "We asked them to think about what does a healthy relationship look like to you?"
Studies show one out of three high school girls deal with dating violence. In this group, it was Apryl Cornell.
"A couple years ago, I was in an abusive relationship, and it lasted for two years," said the blonde teenager.