Created by Cathy R Varnado and Avery Ozier, students at Washburn University

Created by Cathy R Varnado and Avery Ozier, students at Washburn University

Created by Cathy R Varnado and Avery Ozier, students at Washburn University

Created by Cathy R Varnado, a student at Washburn University

Created by Cathy R Varnado, a student at Washburn University


Created by Cathy R Varnado, a student at Washburn University
Sponsor: Topeka Shawnee County Public Library
Subject: Thinking of possible design ideas for a vinyl Bookmobile wrap. A collaboration between Washburn University students and surrounding elementary schools. 
Instructor: Marguerite Perret 
Theme: My Favorite Story
Title: The Adventure Mobile
Materials/techniques used: Colored Pencils and Chalk
What is your artwork about? My artwork is about creating a new cover for the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library bookmobile. I created my cover from a variety of drawings done by local elementary students. Merging many different pictures to create a scenic landscape, “We the People” are traveling the globe, sharing just how far literature and developing the imagination can take you.

 

Created by Avery Ozier at Washburn University

Created by Avery Ozier at Washburn University


Created by Avery Ozier at Washburn University
Sponsor: Topeka Shawnee County Public Library
Subject: Thinking of possible design ideas for a vinyl bookmobile wrap. A collaboration between Washburn University students and surrounding elementary schools. 
Instructor: Marguerite Perret 
Theme: My Favorite Story
Title: Story Rocket
Materials/techniques used: Pen and colored pencils
What is your artwork about? Artwork that was created by children was used as inspiration for the pieces emerging from the book. The different colors of the rainbow are used to show the imagination of the students. They are emerging from the book to show how reading can increase the imagination of young people.