New student's artworks by Daniel and Sophia
Today I would like to introduce two talented young artists. Below is an autumn forest drawn by Daniel (12) using artist tape. He has an unhurried, calm mind and the ability to draw details while thinking deeply.
Daniel's unhurried spirit finds expression in this watercolor painting, as each stroke of his hand reveals a serene world of nature. As you gaze upon the artwork, a sense of tranquility washes over you, transporting you to the heart of an enchanting forest during the fall season. With his autumn forest drawing with artist tape, Daniel has gifted us a serene sanctuary, a testament to his talent, patience, and the depths of his artistic soul. It is a remarkable testament to the power of art to transport and inspire, reminding us to slow down and appreciate the intricate beauty that surrounds us.
Below is the bubbles abstraction expressed by Daniel. He practiced the motto of being bold about mistakes emphasized in the first class and expressed the water bubbles boldly and happily.
Let me paint a vivid description of Sophia's captivating autumn forest, where her artistic vision comes to life through a harmonious blend of colors and bold strokes.
As you first set your eyes upon Sophia's artwork, the background washes over you like a warm embrace. The canvas is adorned with hues of yellow and orange, reminiscent of a breathtaking sunset over the ocean. The vibrant tones create a mesmerizing backdrop against which the rest of the forest unfolds.
Standing tall and proud, the trees take center stage in Sophia's composition. With each brushstroke, she brings forth a sense of strength and resilience. The trunks rise boldly, their forms commanding attention and radiating an aura of unwavering might. Through her artistry, Sophia captures the indomitable spirit of these majestic guardians of the forest.
Below is Sophia's representation of the bubble. She connected the bubbles together by inducing an overflow of watercolor paint between them. To this effect, she developed her new technique of using both her hands simultaneously, and taught herself the art of shaking her paper to make shapes.
Using her ingenious approach, Sophia induces an overflow of watercolor paint between the bubbles, forming graceful connections that mimic the fluidity of water itself.
In both Daniel and Sophia's artworks, we witness the blossoming talent of two young artists, each with their unique perspectives and artistic voices.
Myungja Anna Koh