Annie Ding, 17 (Canada) – “Observational Drawing of Favorite Fruits”
I wanted to depict a slice of life through the randomly scattered fruits, while adding a touch of unordinary beauty to its arrangement by connecting the fruits with a plate and the shadow. The piece also offers an interesting perspective that is unconventional in still-life drawings of fruits.
Group work of various Year 4 students
This group project shows the need for people in every country around the world to plant trees. They create oxygen, which makes the world a healthier place for people and animals.
Annie Ding, 17 (Canada) – “Life Cycle”
The digital work is a painting over a photo. It represents the birth and decay of life. Humans, like all other life forms on Earth, cannot escape from this inevitable fate. But death is not always the end, as life is passed on to the next generation and new life will form to succeed the life of the deceased.
Annie Yu, 12 (South Korea)
This is a painting of the bottles in our art classroom. One technique I used for this was to mix colors. I really enjoyed painting this painting and I am very proud of it.
Thor Heuer, 15 (Denmark)
The mask is a commentary on the need for human adaptation to a rapidly changing and unhealthy environment, based on the production and consumption of processed materials.
This article originally appeared in beijingkids October 2017 issue.
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