Student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Created by Max Riehs, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Max Riehs, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Max Riehs, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana


Title: Save the Water

Teacher and organizer: Jennifer Keith

Dream Theme: Water Quality 

Materials & techniques used: Acrylic

What is your art about? My work is about the Future of Water Quality and my dream for it. We should take care of our water because we need water to be alive. Water is a big part of our life. My artwork shows a picture of a rocket and a sea of salty water all around it. It says “Save the Water” meaning to take care of the water for the future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Alex Wilson, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Alex Wilson, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Alex Wilson, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana


Title: Drinking Water Future

Teacher and organizer: Jennifer Keith

Dream Theme: Water Quality 

Materials & techniques used: Acrylic

What is your art about? Taking care of our Earth and water systems. Being responsible citizens.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by John Pojman, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

John Pojman, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

John Pojman, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana


Title: Crystal Clear Water

Teacher and organizer: Jennifer Keith

Dream Theme: Water Quality 

Materials & techniques used: Acrylic paint

What is your art about? My dream for water quality is crystal clear water that everybody can drink from without getting sick. In my painting it depicts a beautiful lake with deep blue water in the Himalayas in China. I hope that, like this painting, all water will eventually look this untouched, this unpoluted, this beautiful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Created by Kayla Rende, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Kayla Rende, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Kayla Rende, a 5th grade student at Episcopal High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana


Title: Sea Water

Teacher and organizer: Jennifer Keith

Dream Theme: Water Quality 

Materials & techniques used: Acrylic paint

What is your art about? My work represents the sea water of the Earth. We should work hard to conserve the future of the quality of the ocean water. This is crucial for living creatures.