I went to the NJEA at the Atlantic City Convention Center in New Jersey again this year for work. I was super excited to see the student artwork there, and I wasn’t disappointed.
I saw this really great mixed media piece by Irving Adame from Haddon Township High School. As soon as I saw it, the galactic vibes reminded me of the song “Back to the Stars” by The Landing.
I love how the jar blends in with the space themed background and has words floating around in it like a snow globe. It’s like a jar made of star stuff (or dream stuff to be more accurate).
Earlier this month I went to the NJEA conference in Atlantic City for work. At the conference, there was a small exhibit of student artwork. This piece by an 11th grader named Kiomary Espichan was the first I laid eyes on.
I love how the tiger looks like a kaleidoscope as it’s turning into shape. I’m also a huge fan of the purple and fluorescent yellow colors she chose for the tiger.
If this were a puzzle, I don’t think I’d be able to put it together. It looks too hard!
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