- The Golden FieldsMy BodyMusicA Little FunYou’re Not AloneEmbraceThe Mermaids of the Sickened SeaThe Hope in MusicSubliminalGrowing Flower TreeParentsIsolationwpDiscuzNever Too LateSy(STEM)ic Sexism – Rosalind FranklinThe Scapegoated MinorityJustice for EveryoneOil Pastel Cat
Claremont High School
Tri-City (Los Angeles County)
“My piece was inspired by the idea of breaking through racial prejudice, using broken glass to symbolize what we see and what some ignore. The crashed window symbolizes an opening, breaking with past injustice. The bright yellow center is the hope of all people respecting each other’s rights regardless of their mental health status, race, or thoughts. There are some people supporting mental health by wearing wristbands with the hotline for mental health, someone supporting black lives, hope, and stop for hate crimes. It is about the diversity of people uniting and demonstrating justice for everyone.”
I love how this one piece addresses so many issues and the artist really tied them all together effectively.