GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Sea
Hao Yang
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Arctic Flame
Aden Johnson

Brother Bear and Arctic Flame reflect the peace I find in both nature and animals. My goal in this project was to combine the tangible feel and living environment of each animal in a way that felt harmonious. Each piece has specific textures that I feel reflect the individuality of each creature.


“Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?”

Matthew 6:26
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Pax Romana
Daniel Mota
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Surrounded
Mariya Vasilkova
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Waves
Karissa Johnson
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Butterfly Effect
Isaiah Portillo

The butterfly effect is normally thought of as a bad thing. It's basically just one small thing that causes a ripple effect that can end up being a tsunami or tornado or something like that. But for me I look at it as a way of spreading positivity. One person being positive can change the way someone's day is going, causing that next person to be nicer and joyful throughout their day changing the day of someone else and so on.
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The Lord of Hosts (Sweats
Audrey Garland
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On the Docks
Christian Young
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Blake Rakela Amateur Mx
Brenden Rakela
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World Chaos
Hannah Bernados

This artwork depicts a tired girl who has been through 2020 and all it has to offer. And yet, there is still natural beauty from the chaos, rather than the artificial beauty from order
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Shadow In The Clouds
Vanessa Aguero

This piece features the shadow girl from last Fall’s “La Primavera” and this semester’s “In the Belly of the Whale”. It ties in with the art show’s theme because it shows how I feel when I’m at peace: like I am a fluffy cloud.
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In The Arms of Another
Ashley Hill
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Half of the Universe
Hao Yang
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Brother Bear
Aden Johnson

Brother Bear and Arctic Flame reflect the peace I find in both nature and animals. My goal in this project was to combine the tangible feel and living environment of each animal in a way that felt harmonious. Each piece has specific textures that I feel reflect the individuality of each creature.


“Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?”

Matthew 6:26
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Up
Daniel Mota
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Starry Snow
Mariya Vasilkova
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Thoughts
Karissa Johnson
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Common Mentality
Isaiah Portillo
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Letting Go (Spiral Noteboook)
Audrey Garland
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At the End of the Tunnel
Christian Young
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Blake Rakela Solo Jump
Brenden Rakela
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Blanket of Peace
Anna Spoolstra

For this illustration, I wanted to incorporate three aspects of what peace is to me: how it looks (the color blue), how it feels (a warm, comforting blanket), and where it comes from (trust in God’s promises and faithfulness).
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Late Nights
Isabella Gliatta

This piece captures moments in everyday life that bring us joy, peace, and comfort. These moments are small ways God reveals himself to us.
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Black Fog
Jabali Taylor
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Starfall
Jabali Taylor
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