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  • Aldine ISD’s Mead Middle School presents ‘See’ and ‘The Last Words’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on The Art Spot. This week, we’re featuring pieces from students over at Aldine ISD’s Mead Middle School. Our first piece is by 14-year-old Melissa Bautista. She’s in the eighth grade, and her piece is called “See.” Melissa says the inspiration for this piece of artwork was a pun — a sea of seeing eyeballs. Melissa loves art because she says it helps her escape reality. Our second piece is by […]

  • Aldine ISD’s Mead Middle School presents ‘The Lizard Man Appears,’ ‘My Life In Polaroid’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on the art spot. This week — we’re showing you pieces from students over at Aldine ISD’s Mead Middle School. Our first piece is by 14-year-old Anthony Alexander. He’s in the eighth grade, and his piece is called “The Lizard Man Appears.” Anthony says he loves art because it gives him a chance to draw and try new mediums. He says that his teacher, Ms. Wagner, always encourages him to challenge […]

  • Aldine ISD’s Mead Middle School presents ‘What Happens Next?’ and ‘134340, Still A Planet’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on The Art Spot. This week, we’re showing you pieces from students over at Aldine ISD’s Mead Middle School. Our first piece is by 13-year-old Maria Lobato. She’s in the eighth grade, and her piece is called “What Happens Next?” Maria says the inspiration for her artwork was climate change, specifically global warming, and what we can do to slow it down or even stop it. Our second piece is by […]

  • HISD’s Stevenson Middle School presents ‘Space/Future’ and ‘Rainbow Around’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on the Art Spot. This week, we’re featuring art from students over at HISD’s Stevenson Middle School. Our first piece is by 11-year-old Jayden Nelson. He’s in the sixth grade, and his piece is called “Space/Future.” Jayden said his inspiration for this piece was science and art because he enjoys both subjects. Our second piece is by 12-year-old Jetsy Salas. She’s in the sixth grade, and her piece is called “Rainbow […]

  • HISD’s Grissom Elementary presents ‘Calm Lands’ and ‘Artist’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on the Art Spot. This week, we’re featuring art from students over at HISD’s Grissom Elementary. Our first piece is by Lizbeth Angeles, and it’s called “Calm Lands.” She says for this piece, when she imagined it, she wanted it to look like a photo. She also likes the warm colors on the trees. Our second piece is by McKenzie West, and her piece is called “Artist.” McKenzie says that while […]

  • HISD’s Grissom Elementary presents ‘Surprising Daisy’ and ‘Blending Mountains’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on the Art Spot. This week, we’re featuring art from students over at HISD’s Grissom Elementary. Our first piece today is by Marley Court-Chapa, and her piece is called “Surprising Daisy.” Marley says her inspiration for this piece was her sister, because she’s taught her everything she knows. Our second piece is by Kaliyah Barros, and her piece is called “Blending Mountains.” Kaliyah says for this piece, she used chalk pastels […]

  • HISD’s Grissom Elementary presents ‘The Great Iris’ and ‘Unicorn Bear’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on the Art Spot. This week, we’re featuring art from students over at HISD’s Grissom Elementary. Our first piece is by 9-year-old Jasiah Charles. He’s in the third grade, and his piece is called “The Great Iris.” Jasiah says he was inspired by the artist Georgia O’Keeffe because he likes her art because it’s very big and vibrant. Our second piece is by 6-year-old Jenessa Gallegos. She’s in kindergarten, and her […]

  • HISD’s Grissom Elementary presents ‘Heart’ and ‘Lola’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on the Art Spot. This week, we’re featuring art from students over at HISD’s Grissom Elementary. Our first piece is by Kenny Santos Chul, and his piece is called “Heart.” Kenny says he finds a lot of inspiration behind art, which is why he enjoys doing it. Our second piece is by Xenia Tejada, and her piece is called “Lola.” Xenia says she likes art because it relaxes her and makes […]

  • HISD’s Grissom Elementary presents ‘November Park’ and ‘Melissa The Artist’

    Each week, we feature student artwork in our studio on the Art Spot. This week, we’re featuring art from students over at HISD’s Grissom Elementary. Our first piece today was done by 7-year-old Jordan Andrade. He’s in the first grade, and his piece is called “November Park.” Jordan says his inspiration for his piece was his love for the fall season, and being able to play with the leaves. Our second piece is by 8-year-old Melissa Moreno. She’s in the […]

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