Galaxy Middle School, Deland, FL

Galaxy Middle School, Deland, FL

Galaxy Middle School, Deland, FL

Created by Galaxy Middle School, Deland, FL

Artist: Staven Ehler

Teacher: Mrs. Mindigo

Title: “Women’s Rights”

Theme: Women’s Rights

Materials and techniques: Paper, pen and ink, paint, colored pencil, marker.

Artist statement: “We made this project so you can see that women don’t have to do what men say. So we made a guy ask a women to “Make him a SANDWICH.” So what she did was make him into a sandwich. Then, she said “I have rights too! So the man said, “Not Literally!” So to represent that we made it into a comic. This shows that women do not have to listen to everything a man tells them to do. So we showed a man being rude and aggressive to show how they used to be to women. So the women turned him into a sandwich to show women can stand up for themselves without anyone needing to back him up.”

Teacher statement: The advanced students had a presentation from one of our history teachers on women’s suffrage. They developed their questions before hand and answered them during the presentation. The students were pit into groups of 2-3 and developed their ideas in a sketch book, then finished their 2×2 final for substitution.
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Artist: Kailyn Douglas

Teacher: Mrs. Mindigo

Title: “Women’s Rights”

Theme: Women’s Rights

Materials and techniques: Paper, pen and ink, paint, colored pencil, marker.

Artist statement:
“We choose to draw a mother holding her little girl because it shows love and affection. If a mother is able to raise a child with a man in equal power, then what is the difference in our society?
We choose to draw the flowers because flowers are delicate and beautiful, just like a woman, with that being said, the color to the flowers and also the baby’s eye means they are both innocent. The words are coming from the flowers because they are kind and innocent to the world. They are in different fonts because they all show different meaning.
All the evil and bad actions reflect on the child and future generations. With our generations now, it is up to us to create a path for future generations of young or old strong independent women.”

Teacher statement: The advanced students had a presentation from one of our history teachers on women’s suffrage. They developed their questions before hand and answered them during the presentation. The students were pit into groups of 2-3 and developed their ideas in a sketch book, then finished their 2×2 final for substitution.
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Artist: Ariela A., Ruben J.

Teacher: Mrs. Mindigo

Title: “Women’s Rights”

Theme: Women’s Rights

Materials and techniques: Paper, pen and ink, paint, colored pencil, marker.

Artist statement:
“For the women’s rights project my partner and I decided to draw a women. The women is naked but she is covered with one long pink cloth representing the breast cancer symbol. In the middle ground there are two hands, hands that belong to a man. The man is trying to take control of her and her life. The words written on the man’s hands are all of the positive things about women.
In the background is the Earth. The reason for the earth is because women are an important part of life. They are life givers, wives, and caregivers.
Also, they give support and love and who’s to say whether or not what they can and can’t do in life. They are as equal as men and sometimes even more superior.”

Teacher statement: The advanced students had a presentation from one of our history teachers on women’s suffrage. They developed their questions before hand and answered them during the presentation. The students were pit into groups of 2-3 and developed their ideas in a sketch book, then finished their 2×2 final for substitution.