Students in the DSHS Art Dept. at Denham Springs High School in Louisiana

Students in the DSHS Art Dept. at Denham Springs High School in Louisiana

Created by Students in the DSHS Art Dept. at Denham Springs High School in Louisiana
Students in the DSHS Art Dept. at Denham Springs High School in Louisiana
Teacher: Stephanie Owen

Teacher: Virginia Berthelot 

Title: Music, Imagination, Stop Poverty

Theme Chosen: Music, Imagination, Stop Poverty / Community

Number of participants: 2 – 6

Materials and techniques used: Crayon, and markers

Participants: Austin, Summer, Josh, Douglas

What is your artwork about? Music, Imagination, Stop Poverty

Artwork 1: Essay by Douglas“In my drawing my topic was imagination. My design was about a lord from another dimension. He was a dictator far away in space. I actually had this dream before. It was because I watch an odd movie at night and fell asleep with the music. It was a very vivid dream.” 

Artwork 2: Essay by Joshua“My artwork is a picture of a futuristic car drifting. The future car is driven by hydrogen gas and air. It is pushing out about 400 horsepower and 450 foot pounds of torque. It is rear wheel drive and has a forced cowl induction hood. It has a rear spoiler to help with the rear of the car from going airborne. It is the future of fuel for the vehicles.”

Artwork 3: Essay by Austin“I choose stop poverty because there are too many homeless people. This picture means that we should stop poverty that way no one has to suffer being homeless, poor, or hungry.” 

Artwork 4: Essay by Summer“My dare to dream picture is on art and music. I drew it because I like art and music. I thought my picture was a creative idea.”