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Artwork

a collection of pieces by SPH art students

Aging Lenses by Grace Nadia Chandra

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graphite on paper
35 x 40
2019

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This self-portrait shows a contrast between how I perceive myself vs how a younger child- specifically my little brother- might see me. Underneath the child’s drawing, the portrait is realistic, showing how as people get older, they become more perfectionist and critical of themselves. On the other hand, the child’s drawing is abstract and in its own way artistic. This piece shows a contrast in perspectives that changes with age. 

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Clown 1 by Alexander James Thomas

Pencil on paper
30 x 30 cm

2019

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Clown 1 is part of a series of images in which the images convey how I dream through the past. The single clownfish is meant to be a representation of my age and the unclear petals of the flowers are meant to show the obscurity of how I dreamt when I was younger. 

 

Detached by Alexander James Thomas

Colored pencil on illustration board

80.5 x 60 cm

2019

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This work is the work that I think represents the dreams that I have had. The rose that is portrayed is detached yet is still part of the rose. This is a representation of reality and dreams. Dreams are part of reality yet it is detached from it and often creates another story.

Self-Portrait by Karina Pikanto

Pencil on paper

59 x 38.5 cm

2011

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