Hamilton student Breanna Hertzberg shows off her artwork on Patch and explains what art means to her.
Hamilton High School student Breanna Hertzberg writes: My interest in art goes back to elementary school when I had art every day. I started to realize my talent in art in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade. I am currently taking Art Survey here at HHS as a sophomore, which I like because I have the opportunity to try a little of everything. Next semester I will be taking drawing and then most likely going onto painting or a ceramics class and finally working towards an AP class. In the future I would like to pursue a career as an art instructor, because I enjoy teaching others about the art that interest me. One of my favorite artists is Van Gogh, and one of my favorite pieces that he painted was The Cafe Terrace on the Place du Forum. I…
Hamilton student Jordan Kind shows off his artwork on Patch and explains what art means to him.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Hamilton High School student Jordan Kind writes: Art is important to me because it’s an emotional outlet where you can truly let go of everything that troubles you and enter a new world created by your imagination. Art gives me a reason to work hard and improve my skills. It allows me to express my individuality and develop my true sense of self. Art, to me, is a cultural diamond that intrigues me to see a new perspective of the world and all of its artistic value. There is artistic value in everything. For instance, the art of theater, or the art of music can all be claimed as being artistic. Art gives me a sense of pride and progress. Seeing a piece develop into the masterpiece you envisioned gives me such a sense of accomplishment. I …