Reagan Bozek, 10, CAS
There are many houses in my neighborhood that look similar, but it’s the people inside that make those houses unique. As the sun sets on my neighborhood, the people and the activities inside help make the houses alive. Each person in the houses are doing something different, and it is our uniqueness that brings out the best in ourselves, neighbors, and our community.
Lyla Evans, 10, CAS
My artwork represents my place in the world and how I connect with others. The words written on my hand are words that describe me. The quote says, “Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.” The hands that are reaching down represent friends, family members, and our community who are there to help and support us because we are all in this together.”
Kieran Besada, 10, NSE
My art piece represents how the earth is only held together by kindness. You may not have noticed, but some color is in a different shape from the outline. This is to show that you are not always who you appear as. The biggest time this happens is on earth, as the outline shows joined hands, but the color creates land and water. I out the sky behind to show that there is diversity everywhere, as no two stars are alike. The two men have different races are symbolizing that you need each other, and people are always there.
Lucas Irwin, 9, CAS
My artwork is of my whole family and my dog Bailey. We love to go for walks and take pictures with the family. This sunset reminds me of ones I’ve seen in Maine visiting my grandmother and grandfather. I like it when the vibrant colors of the sunset fades into night. Although when I see the sun set, I know that soon, like the sun, I will have to go to get as well.
Michael Shur, 10, CAS
This artwork is my Tree of Life. I titled my artwork Mona Treesa because I am a total goofball and I am always making people laugh. I decided to make my tree of life a Willow tree because it acts as a home for animals. The things around my tree represent the most important things in my life. The butterflies represent me, my sister, my mom and my dad. The two cats are Butterscotch and Blossom, our family pets. The quote I chose was “Go big, or go home” because I believe that you should always challenge yourself.
Serena St. Pierre, 9, CAS
I made a collage of two dancers reaching and holding on to each other. I used the blue and the purple to represent the nighttime. I wove the torn and cut pieces together to represent unity and how they have to work together to complete the dance. Neither of them could complete their dance alone. This artwork reminds us that we need to work together if we want to achieve great things.
Kaushani Ghosh, 10, BIC
I have tried to draw the mosaic in the entrance of City Hall to represent Nashua. The balloons represent two ideas: The ratio of the races living in Nashua and rising together. The hands together show how different kinds of people from different cultures putting their efforts together to make Nashua rise up.
Third to Fifth Grade