Nick, Keelyn, Clayton, and Anthony, students in the DSHS Art Dept. at Denham Springs High School in Louisiana

Nick, Keelyn, Clayton, and Anthony, students in the DSHS Art Dept. at Denham Springs High School in Louisiana

Created by Nick, Keelyn, Clayton, and Anthony, students in the DSHS Art Dept. at Denham Springs High School in Louisiana
Nick, Keelyn, Clayton, and Anthony, students in the DSHS Art Dept. at Denham Springs High School in Louisiana
Teacher: Virginia Berthelot 

Title: Energy

Theme Chosen: Space, peace, & freedom

Materials and techniques used: Paint, markers, pencil

What is your artwork about? Peace, recycling and freedom

Artwork 2: Essay by Keelyn“I drew an American flag because I live in the United States. I drew a peace sign because peace is the right direction. I drew a music note because music is a big part of my life. I drew a battery having to do with energy and technology. I drew two people talking because communication is important. You can’t get anything important passed without communication.” 

Artwork 3: Essay by Anthony“I chose space because space is very interesting. Space is one of the many things we do not know a lot about. I chose recycling because recycling is good and everyone should do it. Both of these together can be really well. I am not an artist but I tried, so yeah…My design represents the theme by showing the planet with recycling arrows around it. The main setting is space because it is mostly space and it’s where it’s going. It helps the world be healthier.” 

Artwork 4: Essay by Nick“My poster is both patriotic and education. It is patriotic in the fact that the “A” is for America, is colored in red, white, and blue like the American flag. Also the wings on the “A” represent eagle wings like the bald eagle, United State’s bird. What represents education is the light bulb above the “A” because a light bulb above something often means thinking or something has an idea. Lastly the “A” also represents and “A” like the letter grade you get when you do good on a test.”