This Jessica King original, which was awarded second place at the Harlem High School's Spring Art Exhibition, reveals her talent. The piece reflects three different types of art: 1) Representational, which is artwork that is realistic. It seeks to portray things as they appear (middle section). 2) Abstract, which alters reality in some way but still has recognizable elements from reality (left section), and 3) Non-Objective which is where the artist uses the elements of art (i.e. shape, line color) to create art that showcases those things without having to portray anything from reality. The shapes, lines, colors, etcetera are the art (right section).
on the Students' Choice Award at Harlem High School's Spring Art Exhibition, will be honored yet again. She will be a featured artist at the Artitudes Gallery in the Havre Atrium on Wednesday, August 11 from 6:00-8:00 in the evening.
Under the guidance of her English teacher, Mr. Matthew Hodgson, King has curated a small art show. Selecting from among her best pieces, she chose those that would match her theme. Thematically speaking, she will be focusing on flowers and gardening as a metaphor for self-realization and personal growth.
In addition to this art display, King drafted a companio...