Identity In Art by River Hunt, a students journey........  An Exploration of Identity through Art: (Identity In Art)

Identity In Art by River Hunt, a students journey. An Exploration of Identity through Art: (Identity In Art)

Henrietta Harris | PICDIT in // painting

"Henrietta Harris has these gorgeous series of paintings, detailed portraits of people with dark hair. And when she's finished, she smears pink paint across their faces.

Activity 2 “I did not lose myself all at once. I rubbed out my face over the years washing away my pain, the same way carvings on stone are worn down by water. ” ― Amy Tan

“I did not lose myself all at once. I rubbed out my face over the years washing away my pain, the same way carvings on stone are worn down by water. ” ― Amy Tan 'A picture worth a thousand words'

Whoa… this seriously describe so much.

Ripped photos by Jacob a. Mailbomb Maybe an idea for the mental illnesses and feelings project : have the rip from cut marks and underneath write words like irk mean ones?

To be or not to be what exactly? http://www.chloethurlow.com/2014/12/look-10-years-younger/                                                                                                                                                      More

Sketchbook or journal idea: I am always thinking, writing and working with images. Fun to think of writing inside the female face, kind of like thinking inside the lines

this picture is surreal because it is showing a teen loosing pieces from his face. This shows that he is either dying or falling apart. I choose this picture because it is the most satisfying and surreal one i could find. - Jorge Figueroa Block D.

18-Year-Old Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions

Creates Surreal Artworks to Express Emotions - Sebastian Erikkson- Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces

Essential question The authors struggle for identity The author through the story had each sister changing a lot from mate being a quite girl to becoming a rebel. or Trujillo acting godly to us as the reader finding out his true colors. Everyone through t

Saul Steinberg Fingerprint Man, 1951 I love the idea of recreating this with children, cutting a simple stencil out to create the clothing contrast. A great way to explore fingerprints whilst creating stunning art!

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