One student shared a fact about herself that surprised a couple of other students. What interesting fact did that student share? That fact was that she had never been on a plane. The reaction of other students mostly consisted of shocked and surprised looks. They instantly asked for confirmation and if the fact was actually… Read More You Haven’t Been on a Plane?!
My attempt at creating abstract watercolour piece by using the splatter technique.
The beauty of wealth inequality. I decided to take a better picture of my triptych pieces.
My hope is that Canada continues to pursue its goal as a nation that promotes peace and safety to those who seek refuge.
I took advantage of the Canadian weather and went outside with my watercolour paints. It was a very windy day so I made sure to put some rocks on top of the paper when I laid it on the snow. At the same time, I was trying to prepare my paints in the -20°c weather… Read More Watercolour Paints on Snow & Canadian Weather
I was inspired by the political messages shown in Panel Kuczynski’s satirical pieces so I decided to create my own satirical drawing following his artistic style. The first thing that came to my mind was Wolf of Wall Street and it gave me a chance to tie in a political message. So I chose to… Read More Pawel Kuczynski Inspired Artwork
I have been waiting for this very moment to show you my art pieces that have been featured in my school’s annual winter art show. Thankfully, they gave me enough space to put up most of my artwork up on the trifold. Since most of my work contains political and social messages, I wanted as… Read More My Featured Pieces at Art Show
Here’s a sneak peak of my watercolour piece. The finished piece will be up soon after I take a good picture of it. In the meanwhile, you can take a look at Madeline and her new look.
I tried drawing a whale but my proportions started to become a little skewed so I added a McDonald’s store This is my 5th piece practicing watercolour.
This time, I’ve practiced using different shades of blue to create the whale. It was very tricking controlling the black since it was so potent and could easily spread through the paper. To finish this watercolour Practice piece, I added a political message.