Artist of the Week

October 7th

Artwork was published in the Towanda Daily Review Weekender Edition 

Molly Slocum 
Troy Intermediate School 
Grade 5 

Molly created a mesmerizing piece of art. She rendered a girl gracefully posing amidst a backdrop of contrasting elements. The combination of delicate butterflies and fiery flames creates a captivating visual experience. The girl’s elegant posture adds a sense of poise and serenity to the composition, enhancing the overall allure of the artwork. Molly’s artwork invites us to contemplate the complex nature of human existence. It’s a visual feast that evokes emotions and prompts reflection on the delicate balance between beauty and chaos in our lives. Molly’s artwork serves as a testament to the artist’s skill in capturing the essence of the human environment through the language of art. Molly used digital technology to complete her artwork.

September 30th, 2023


 
Artwork was published in the Towanda Daily Review Weekender Edition 



Peyton Harkness 

Troy Intermediate School 

Grade 5 


Peyton created a Picasso-inspired artwork of a woman with orange hair and glamorous make-up. Very much like Picasso, Peyton used her genius artistic ability to capture a unique perspective with expressive emotions in her art. The orange hair symbolizes confidence and individuality, while the glamorous accent adds elegance. Her use of blues brings a vibrancy to her overall composition. Peyton used a variety of paper sized shapes to create a stunning piece of art. Peyton’s artwork showcases her strong effort, creativity, and amazing skill level. Peyton used construction paper to complete her artwork.

September 23rd, 2023


 

Artwork was published in the Towanda Daily Review Weekender Edition 



Judy Evans 

Troy Intermediate School 

Grade 4 

 

Judy created a super cool watercolor painting on a rad blue backdrop. Judy incorporated water blotches to add an artistic flair to her overall piece of art. To add a lighthearted contrast, Judy rendered an adorable and friendly cartoon figure in the center, bringing all the good vibes to her composition. Judy’s artwork is a burst of creativity and happiness on paper.  Judy’s artwork reflects her strong effort and talent. Judy used pencil and watercolor to complete her artwork. 

September 16th, 2023


Artwork was published in the Towanda Daily Review Weekender Edition 

 

Gabby Friedlander  

Troy Intermediate School 

Grade 3 

 

Gabby composed an impressionable piece of art. The portraiture in the black dress stands out boldly against the solid and vibrant blue background creating a striking contrast of intrigueThe abstract style surrounding it adds a sense of aesthetic impact with a burst of creativity and emotion to the overall composition. Gabby’s artwork is a captivating piece that combines the elegance with the expressive energy of abstract art. Gaby’s artwork showcases her creativity, talent, and strong effort. Gabby used colored pencils along with digital paints to create her artwork. 

September 9th, 2023


Artwork was published in the Towanda Daily Review Weekender Edition


Kabe Renzo 

Troy Intermediate School 

Grade 6 

 

Kabe created a fabulous piece of artwork. Kabe effectively captured a serene scene of an aurora with dark shadowed trees in a blanketed land of snow. Kabe also incorporated soft colors and contrasting shadows to encompass a majestic mood of tranquility and beauty.  Kabe’s artwork showcases his talent and strong effort. Kabe used pastel chalk on black construction paper to complete his artwork.  

September 2nd, 2023



Artwork was published in the Towanda Daily Review Weekender Edition

Alyvia Dieffenbach 
Troy Intermediate School 
Grade 6 

Alyvia composed a wonderful piece of artwork. She meticulously sketched the human eye with graphite. The eye is filled with intricate details, capturing the depth and soul within. As the viewer gazes to notice a magical rainbow reflection dancing across the surface of the iris. Alyvia blended vibrant colors seamlessly, creating a whimsical and enchanting effect. Alyvia’s artwork evokes a sense of wonder and delight. Alyvia used pencils and marker to complete her artwork.
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