Carter Bryant

Emma Wigginton

Grade 11

Medium: Spray Paint and Gouache



What was your inspiration?

I used my parents’ divorce as the background of the concentration as a whole.

Does you portrait resemble anyone in particular?

Well mine’s actually not of a person. It’s a space, because a portrait can be anything with meaning.

What were you trying to communicate with this portrait?

I was showing a space that’s really orderly and empty, and I was using a dollhouse space to show the difference between what you would expect from a house and other houses.

What was going through your head as you were making it?

I was probably listening to music, and just thinking about what I was drawing.

What did you learn from this painting?

As we go through our concentration, we learn more and more because we’re not repeating the same thing, but we are doing similar things so we learn the medium better as we go.

If you could hang out with one dead artist, who would it be?


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