Mountain Crest High School, Hyrum, UT

Mountain Crest High School, Hyrum, UT

Created by Mountain Crest High School, Hyrum, UT

Artist: Caden

Title: Undersea in the Stars

Teacher: Mr. Riggs

Theme: The extremes of alien life.

Materials and techniques: Used the given cloth material with watercolor paint, acrylic paint, marker, colored pencil, gel pen, and multimedia.

Did you enjoy this project? We struggled using this new cloth, but ultimately found many aspects that we enjoyed. To name one, the way the paint soaks in and through the cloth and wicks away.

About: The Art Club and Art Students of Mountain Crest High School took the theme for the Willow Park Zoo exhibit on “the extremes of alien life” along with the description given, envisioned a possible solution to this theme.

This artwork seeks to show the world from underwater, looking up at the earth, the sky both day and night.

Created by Mountain Crest High School, Hyrum, UT

Artist: Adam

Title: Tag Along with June Grass and Cockle Burrs

Teacher: Mr. Riggs

Theme: The extremes of alien life.

Materials and techniques: Used the given cloth material with watercolor paint, acrylic paint, marker, colored pencil, gel pen, and multimedia.

Did you enjoy this project? We struggled using this new cloth, but ultimately found many aspects that we enjoyed. To name one, the way the paint soaks in and through the cloth and wicks away.

About: The Art Club and Art Students of Mountain Crest High School took the theme for the Willow Park Zoo exhibit on “the extremes of alien life” along with the description given, envisioned a possible solution to this theme.

This artwork seeks to show how June Grass and Cockle Burns have spread and become pervasive and invasive by tagging along and spreading all over the place. Alien life may spread in like manner, by tagging along.

Created by Mountain Crest High School, Hyrum, UT

Artists: Sarah and Jhovanny

Title: Rainforest Diversity

Teacher: Mr. Riggs

Theme: The extremes of alien life.

Materials and techniques: Used the given cloth material with watercolor paint, acrylic paint, marker, colored pencil, gel pen, and multimedia.

Did you enjoy this project? We struggled using this new cloth, but ultimately found many aspects that we enjoyed. To name one, the way the paint soaks in and through the cloth and wicks away.

About: The Art Club and Art Students of Mountain Crest High School took the theme for the Willow Park Zoo exhibit on “the extremes of alien life” along with the description given, envisioned a possible solution to this theme.

This artwork seeks to show the diversity of the Rainforest at thriving on every bit of space and in every nook and cranny. Such thriving must surely be found in the universe.

Created by Mountain Crest High School, Hyrum, UT

Artist: Emilie

Title: Sharks

Teacher: Mr. Riggs

Theme: The extremes of alien life.

Materials and techniques: Used the given cloth material with watercolor paint, acrylic paint, marker, colored pencil, gel pen, and multimedia.

Did you enjoy this project? We struggled using this new cloth, but ultimately found many aspects that we enjoyed. To name one, the way the paint soaks in and through the cloth and wicks away.

About: The Art Club and art students took the theme for the Willow Park Zoo exhibit on “the extremes of alien life” along with the description given, envisioned a possible solution to this theme.

This piece seeks to show the adaptability of sharks to various environments. With over 400 species of shark, they are a good example of how a species might adapt to different environments, including alien environments.