Tex is a 9th grader at RBA. He chose to use a drip painting technique, with black and white paint, as his final project. He found he has the skill with drip painting to create something very nice.
Torrey is a 7th grader at RBA. He used a combination of techniques (palette knife, brushes, drip painting) to create this artwork.
Daniel is a 10th grader from our original founding class. He used a drip paint technique to create an abstract face and then combined paint to create unique colors for the space in-between. The title is inspired by starting with a blank canvas and creating something from nothing.
Jesse is an 8th grader at RBA. She used the palette knife technique to create this work. She has painted and worked in various art classes prior to RBA. She aspires to be a veterinarian.
David is a 7th grader that loves to be involved. He's the president of our Young Chef's club helped to plan the food menu for our art exhibit. He chose a freestyle concept and tends to favor greens.
Michelle is a 9th grader at RBA. She chose to use a drip paint technique to create the black lines, then added splashes of unique colors that she created on her palette - red for anger, white for vulnerability, green for happiness, blue for sadness, yellow for confusion, pink for dishonesty. Michelle is the president of our After School sports club.
Deneil is a 7th grader at RBA. He chose to use the technique of painting with his palette knife, and creating his own unique colors
Christian is a 7th grader at RBA and painted freestyle to create his piece.
Christopher is an 8th grader at RBA. He used a combination of brushes and palette knife to create his painting. The inspiration for this design is from the video game Ghost in the Machine
SirCaleb is a 7th grader at RBA. He chose to use a geometric tool kit (protractor, triangle, compass) to create his painting. He likes to use metallic colors in his artwork. His project was inspired by the classroom setting
Charlene is a 10th grader and one of our founding class members. She painted freestyle to create a character from Family Guy
Kendall is a 10th grader at RBA, one of our founding classmates. She used the palette knife technique to create her painting. She was inspired by mixing the colors and thought they blended beautifully with each other.
Kahmari is a 7th grader at RBA. While he is finishing his final project, one of his practice pieces is shown. He chose to create an abstract using rulers and straight lines. Kahmari wants to be a physical therapist and is willing to crack your neck as practice.
Jayden is a 10th grader at RBA, one of our founding class members. He used a freestyle technique to complete his painting.
Josiah is a 7th grader at RBA who favors bold colors in his art. He used a freestyle technique in this piece.
Jumiah is a 7th grader at RBA. As our student representative on the Wellness Committe, he helps to decide Wellness activities for the year, such as selecting this Art Exhibit as our student fundraiser for schoolyear 2021-22. Jumiah chose freestyle to paint this image.
Taj is a 10th grader at RBA, one of our original founding classmates. His sunrise has us all thinking of warmer weather