Cathlene Clark, 8, CAS
My mandala is about my life, and my family in New Hampshire. The triangles represent mountains, the zipper line represents building and the swirls represent my brothers and sisters. I chose different colors in my mandala to represent each member of my family. The dark blue represents my mom, light blue is my dad, I’m the turquoise color, the light pink is my little sister. The teal and the raspberry color represents my two youngest brothers.
Michelle Jimenez, 7, FES
I used paint, markers, and chalk pastels to make a beautiful home in Nashua. It is the best place ever.
Brogan Jordan, 8, NSE
While I was painting my tree on my sunrise background, I decided to make the trunk and branches very strong so the wind, insets, and snow can't make it fall down. Roots are very very important because the tree has to be anchored inside the ground so the tree can be fed. Like to roots to the tree, my mom and dad are my anchor!
Desteny Lorenzo, 8, FES
My picture is called five hearts because it shows the people in my family. I like the designs I made on my border as my brother uses designs a lot so the idea originated with that. I feel really good with the final result.
Josias Perez, 6, FES
My picture is of downtown Nashua and the buildings that are near the bridge. i live in Nashua and I love my community.
Ethan Simek, 6, CAS
My artwork is inspired by the story “Star in a Jar” My picture is of me and my friends holding hands looking at the night sky. The word peace is spelled out in the stars. I am holding a star to remind us that if we want peace in the world we all need to do our part. Only together can we achieve that.
All One Artwork, NSE
This piece was inspired by the book, "I'm not just a Scribble" read to them by their Art teacher Mrs. Stoney at New Searles Elementary School. Each scribble represents a student in their Kindergarten class and their special, individual qualities, and what makes each one of them unique. Each student picked a color that represented their own style and personality and what makes them shine!Click for More Detail
Kindergarten to Second Grade