Daniel Najarro

Frontier Continuation High School

My artwork is based off my idea of what life truly is. The sidewalk is basically the path of life and I made it thin so if one were to walk on it, it would look like they would teeter while walking. The left side is all the peaceful emotions, like someone would feel looking at the blue sky with nice clouds. The other side is a starry night with very brutal emotions. I didn't make the right side cruel because some may enjoy being on that side or even be adapted to that lifestyle. That is why I made it the night sky because that is where most of the craziness occurs. The reason there are not many words on this canvas is because I want others to have their interpretations of it. I lived in a life where I was teetering on both sides of the canvas; I put my heart on this canvas because I know others suffered either worse or better than I. So in conclusion my canvas says the path is yours to choose because when you are teetering over that path you choose the action to fall on either the right or left side of the canvas.
My artwork is based off my idea of what life truly is. The sidewalk is basically the path of life and I made it thin so if one were to walk on it, it would look like they would teeter while walking. The left side is all the peaceful emotions, like someone would feel looking at the blue sky with nice clouds. The other side is a starry night with very brutal emotions. I didn't make the right side cruel because some may enjoy being on that side or even be adapted to that lifestyle. That is why I made it the night sky because that is where most of the craziness occurs. The reason there are not many words on this canvas is because I want others to have their interpretations of it. I lived in a life where I was teetering on both sides of the canvas; I put my heart on this canvas because I know others suffered either worse or better than I. So in conclusion my canvas says the path is yours to choose because when you are teetering over that path you choose the action to fall on either the right or left side of the canvas.