Middle School 2014

  • Urban Lifestyle by Jurnee James
    The idea for my, our, piece was inspired by our art teacher. The theme was Hip-Hop culture. My classmates and I collaged our ideas and sketches and I finished...
    Urban Lifestyle
    Jurnee James
    1st Place Winner
  • Extinct by Adrian De Leon
    As I looked for ideas to draw on my canvas I came across thinking that nowadays if you look around all you see is kids on their phones or...
    Extinct
    Adrian De Leon
    2nd Place Winner
  • Crying Milk by Kaylee Howze
    I mixed two things I love, I love the style of Graffiti and I love animals. I put tears coming from the cow's eye as milk, to show that...
    Crying Milk
    Kaylee Howze
    3rd Place Winner
  • Urban Lifestyle by Jurnee James
    The idea for my, our, piece was inspired by our art teacher. The theme was Hip-Hop culture. My classmates and I collaged our ideas and sketches and I finished...
    Urban Lifestyle
    Jurnee James
    1st Place Winner
  • Extinct by Adrian De Leon
    As I looked for ideas to draw on my canvas I came across thinking that nowadays if you look around all you see is kids on their phones or...
    Extinct
    Adrian De Leon
    2nd Place Winner
  • Crying Milk by Kaylee Howze
    I mixed two things I love, I love the style of Graffiti and I love animals. I put tears coming from the cow's eye as milk, to show that...
    Crying Milk
    Kaylee Howze
    3rd Place Winner
  • Beyond by Angelo Navarrete
    I chose the word and theme “Beyond” because it represents that you can dream beyond your understanding, like outer space. The theme for this year was “outer space” with...
    Beyond
    Angelo Navarrete
  • Brave by Cindy Ochoa
    The title of my piece is “Brave”. I chose the word brave because it shows a person's bold characteristic. I chose to paint an eagle in the background because...
    Brave
    Cindy Ochoa
  • City by Jose Salgado
    The title of my piece is “City”. I chose this idea because I really enjoy living in Los Angeles and all that is has to offer. All the symbols...
    City
    Jose Salgado
  • Crying Milk by Kaylee Howze
    I mixed two things I love, I love the style of Graffiti and I love animals. I put tears coming from the cow's eye as milk, to show that...
    Crying Milk
    Kaylee Howze
    3rd Place Winner
  • Danny by Danny Zambrano
    The title of my piece is “Danny”. I chose this fantasy theme for my background where you look up into the night sky to see beautiful colors and planets. This...
    Danny
    Danny Zambrano
  • Denouement by Bianca Salceda
    My graffiti art project represents my rite of passage, following my growth from my past as a child into the teenage years awaiting me.

    The PokŽmon in the foreground represent...

    Denouement
    Bianca Salceda
  • Dream by Leslie Cojulun
    The title of my piece is “Dream”. I selected the word dream because all people have dreams at night and all people have dreams in life they wish to...
    Dream
    Leslie Cojulun
  • Dream Out by Abigail Pixabaj
    I picked the words “Dream Out” because these words were said to me by a teacher, who always taught me to let my imagination go wild. My dreams came...
    Dream Out
    Abigail Pixabaj
  • Embrace Being You by Jair Lucus
    I chose the saying embrace being you because a lot of people in the world we live in today are not comfortable with being an individual. They are always...
    Embrace Being You
    Jair Lucus
  • Extinct by Adrian De Leon
    As I looked for ideas to draw on my canvas I came across thinking that nowadays if you look around all you see is kids on their phones or...
    Extinct
    Adrian De Leon
    2nd Place Winner
  • Fight for your Dreams by Kevin Valera
    I put the word “fight” in my painting because you have to fight for your dreams. Also I put a soccer player because my dream is to one day...
    Fight for your Dreams
    Kevin Valera
  • Free Fall by Joan Gonzales
    My piece is “Free Fall” and I chose this because it signifies the government, specifically the fall of the economy. I was inspired by news that has been happening...
    Free Fall
    Joan Gonzales
  • Graffiti Street by Flavio Martinez & Andrew Padilla
    At first, we didn't know what to do with our project. We were going to do a simple graffiti form of the word Supreme, but after many hours of...
    Graffiti Street
    Flavio Martinez & Andrew Padilla
  • Knowledge by Briana Hernandez
    I picked the word “Knowledge” because I think knowledge is one of those things you can have and no one can ever take away. Knowledge is something a person...
    Knowledge
    Briana Hernandez
  • Life by Manuel Serrano
    The title of my piece is “Life”. I chose life because everyone in life has problems that you have to solve. Another reason I chose life is that everything...
    Life
    Manuel Serrano
  • Love by Jocelyn Matias
    I chose the word “LOVE” because love is all around. I love my family and my friends because they have always been there for me. I don't really draw...
    Love
    Jocelyn Matias
  • Peace by Josue Espana
    I chose the word peace because it is a powerful word that can help anyone in life feel free. I chose this word to make people aware of it....
    Peace
    Josue Espana
  • Power by Paul Figueroa
    I chose the word “Power” because there is always that time in a young person's life where people try to bring you down. They try to make you feel...
    Power
    Paul Figueroa
  • Space by Oscar Miguel
    My theme was “Space”. I chose the warm colors in the word “Galaxy” because it made the word “pop”. I hope that when someone sees my work they will...
    Space
    Oscar Miguel
  • Sweethearts by Breanna David
    The term ‘Sweethearts against Society’ means people, mainly females or people born female and have changed sex, have these expectations forced upon them since they were little. Expectations which...
    Sweethearts
    Breanna David
  • The Mask by Maria Manzo
    Sometimes people feel so confident not being themselves. They have different identities. They have one for the public and one for when they're by themselves. It's like having a...
    The Mask
    Maria Manzo
  • Urban Lifestyle by Jurnee James
    The idea for my, our, piece was inspired by our art teacher. The theme was Hip-Hop culture. My classmates and I collaged our ideas and sketches and I finished...
    Urban Lifestyle
    Jurnee James
    1st Place Winner

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