Check out these amazing works of art by our talented participants and learn how they address crucial social themes and issues.
Love is for Everyone by Caitlin O'Meara (6th grade)
Caitlin's Artist Statement: This picture shows how the young and old, black and white, male or female, they should all respect each other because they are all alike in one way or other. You shouldn't judge anyone by looks.
Wolf in Winter by Caitlin O'Meara (6th grade)
Caitlin's Artist Statement: The wolf shows nature at its rawest form and how it can be beautiful yet cruel.
Your True Colors by Fatema M. (9th grade)
Fatema's Artist Statement: As a woman, you are expected to be that specific thing. But no that's just stereotype. As a woman, you should be whatever you want to be, don't get carried down by other's opinions. Be yourself.
Crossing Over Challenges by Sriroopa (5th grade)
Tiled Leaping Dolphin by Aarna Gupta (6th grade)
Aarna's Artist Statement: It is called a Tiled Leaping Dolphin because I think that it does not matter where something is, it just matters of the main thing, no matter if it is broken or not.