Owen Onstott

I'm a 9th grade art student, I participated in art class in 7th grade but other that I haven't been big into art. After this semester class I would say I have learned a lot more about art, and it has widened my viewpoints and showed my that art is really cool no matter how good you are. I think art broadens your creativity in life and that is great for me and my future in being a entrepreneur

This piece of artwork was a positive negative drawing and as you can tell I unfortunately was not able to finish it but it was in the works. This piece stood out to me because of the symmetry and thought that needs to be put in

This was the second attempt on my self portrait this piece was done towards the end of the semester and I would say I improved greatly from my first attempt. This one has much more depth and detail

This piece was very fun considering we had alt of time to work on it and the fact that we could draw your individual selves. Which gave it a lot of uniqueness.

The piece was focused more on two point perspective and showing dimensions and depth. This was one of the more confusing and challenging projects but a great outcome

This stippling project was buy far one of my favorites. Due to the fact that we were given much wiggle room and freedom on this project and I loved drawing these shoes

This still life piece was very challenging because this skeleton was very very detailed. But I liked this piece because it also widened my experience working with different tools

This piece is not a hundred percent finished but I loved this project because we had a free choice in what we drew and we could add color which was different because none of my other pieces had color

This scratch art piece was really different. But was a good different because it took some time and patience to make it good

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