My art is of me being with my brother during the coronavirus. He is my favorite part about being home from school. The best is playing in our sandbox! The coronavirus is like the sun; it's round and always there, but I'm calm and happy. I’m like the color green in spring. I painted my paper green with paint. I picked the grass and our flowers to make the ground. I painted flowers using a stamp. I made my sandbox out of real sand, and cut out a picture of me and my brother playing in it. I drew the virus to look like the sun.
I have been stuck in my house since COVID-19 started, so I drew this picture to show everyone how it has been. The person is like a house. One half of the person is showing the outside, the other half is showing the inside. On the right hand side everyone is bored without anything to do. There is poison gas all around the person.
This artwork is about sometimes life is just plain bad. I made this artwork because that day I was just down in a ditch just moping around, not wanting to do anything. Then I just started painting. It brushed all of my sadness away. The splats of blue paint of the picture represent tears from the giants/rain in a rainstorm. I tried to make it the gloomiest as possible.
COVID 19 makes me feel like an alien test subject.
Not all days are rainbows, but sometimes the rain is. When the rain comes out, it is just as beautiful as the rainbow that follows it. The rainbow got its beauty from the rain.
While I was making this, I was thinking how lots of people can't go outside. But maybe I can bring the outdoors, indoors.
Texting is now one of the only ways to contact others. In my drawing two girls are in a room that is divided in half by a wall, (Coronavirus) the only way to contact each other is by texting. This is how I feel with my cousin, Callie.
I made this picture because this is how I feel about quarantine. I feel so isolated. I wish I could go out and see my friends. But this is our would right now.
Bloomed flowers bring me happiness.
The before backpack is filled with pebbles, signifying that life was easy, and the burdens were light. The after backpack symbolizes the weight of coronavirus as a rock, and with it other, heavier rocks were added. Life is no longer as easy as it was before.
Covid-19 is helping people to appreciate nature in a new light.
I have been playing outside a lot, and I wanted to draw a picture about it.
So the reason I made a cardboard iPhone 10 is because I wanted to create something that represented keeping in touch so I built the phone because what other thing do you use to keep in touch with people. The materials I used were hot glue, spray paint, acrylic paint, colored pencil, pen, cardboard, and paper. How I made it was I made the cardboard phone then I painted it and then I drew the apps and then I put the finishing touches on it .
I drew this because I wanted to be a good example of a good citizen.
The strike of the Aliens.
This picture is of me swimming at my neighborhood pond. It feels like I’m on summer vacation already. I miss my friends at school, but I’m glad I get to swim more.
Baymax and I are flying. It is from the movie Big Hero 6.
My work is about where we are staying during coronavirus.
It's about a Blurb who is stuck inside due to COVID. So the Blurb is really bummed because they cannot see their friends. But also happy because they can see their family. The Blurb's mom is planning a call with her besties. At first, she is disappointed because she cannot see them in person, but after the call, she is happy because she had fun chatting with her friends.
I found a picture of a baby and then traced it. I then added some of my own things and added the words. Then I added some shading. I hope my work will help someone who is struggling.
I feel calm when I am outside. It helps me get my mind off of the things that are happening. I also feel calm when I am spending time with my family. When I do these things I am calm because I know that it will be over soon.
My picture is a person in a flower patch. I made it with paper and glue. We go on a lot of walks now. People seem different now with Corona Virus.
What I'm saying is that I want COVID to go away because it's stopping a lot of things that I want to do. "I wish that COVID would go away!"
This is pretty much how I feel about school closure and as you can see, I don't feel happy.
It’s me and my best friend holding hands with a line through it. Also us wearing masks with a “wall between us”. Coronavirus is the worst.
The germs in the body are telling the person viewing that they should not worry about germs because they are so little and they won't hurt you. They are just tiny little germs that just chill and fight off all the bad germs that wont hurt you. They just do their thing and there is no need to stress about it.
The Coronavirus is killing a lot of people, so we need to make it go away. If we work together we can bring down Corona virus and people won’t die. My picture is of a queen in a garden and she plays the drums. She represents all of us trying to stop the virus.
In this time it’s very important to be calm because it might feel like your life is slipping through your hands like grains of sand.But you’ve got to hold on to one grain of sand, and that one grain of sand is what makes you calm, like your family or your dog or just whatever makes you calm.
You know how Coronavirus travels on water droplets that come out of our mouth when we sneeze? Well, that’s why I made this comic so I could make li’l ol’ Corona sound funny instead of dangerous and scary.
My art piece is of a Queen Squid who was swimming in the ocean to her royal ball and swam upon a Makeover Salon, so she decided to get a makeover, which is why she is covered in beautiful jewels and bows. Queen Squid is now ready for her royal ball!
With all the panic in the outside world (virus, overloaded hospitals, empty stores), I have found peace inside my home with family and love.
My picture is about how COVID-19 is turning our inner and outer world upside down. Forcing us into unknown territory similar to Alice.
My work is about the coronavirus making you spin out of control then you realized that there are some good things about this situation that is why there are puzzle pieces and the flower petals are a symbol of how things are growing and the yellow background is because yellow stimulates happiness and that is my project.
The clock is telling all of us, “It’s the star!” If you see a yellow point on the star then you can wish on that point. This is my imagination at work during quarantine. It also include the things I love like Mr. Monkey and my old bed.
This represents how we are apart but we can still be connected to friends and family.
So I got an idea from an add I saw on YouTube, and it was about the coronavirus and it showed an electron microscopic picture of the virus and I decided to draw it with crayons and a dark reddish sharpie. I first drew the coronavirus then the background filled with black and I added some dark red into it because it shows other coronaviruses in it. I cannot believe that such little things can cause so much damage to the world.
Somebody has Coronavirus and they're sitting in a bed. They have a mask on their face so they don't get the doctor sick.
Girl is in a room with doors as walls but each door is locked and she can't get out. The real torture is that Girl can see everything she loves through the glass doors and can't reach it. This is how I have felt being locked in my house interacting with people and doing the things I love on the internet but can't go and do all those things like normal.
My picture is about the Coronavirus.
People are getting desperate for toilet paper so this is how me and my cat feel about it.
This is a day in the life of me during quarantine. I really like comics and have been reading a lot of them lately. They help keep me busy and make me laugh. I also miss playing with my friends.
Even though the coronavirus is annoying, I am still happy that it is springtime and that I can be outside.
I watercolored this piece to show a peaceful night. Maybe your nights seems scary right now but when you look up in the sky you can find comfort in the beauty of the moon and stars and how they still give light when it is dark.
The good that comes from the bad: family time exploring nature in between social distancing.
I wanted to show a face up close. I think I've done it. I used crayons to make the colors bold and bright. My inspiration was makeup.
My art is about staying safe and staying home . I made it using acrylic paints and this is the earth covered in the coronavirus symbols.
I got the idea from a spy show.
I made it of a dying body that has Covid-19. So the black is hopelessness and death and the white is Hope and life and black is taking over white.
The person by the portal is a good example of how many people feel during coronavirus, because in this drawing, a person is leaving a portal to a magical place. She is excited to be moving on, but scared and sad to be leaving her normal and her comfort zone.
I like jumping off the roof of the shed onto the trampoline.
This art work is about a lion who is loose but strong. The quote says: "The truth is like a lion. You don't have to defend it. It will defend its own path."
These are six pictures of life in Quarantine. The first two are me and my sister lying in the grass staring at the sky during the day and at night. The other pictures are superheroes we imagine fighting bad guys.
My project shows how the world is being infected by this virus because it has to wear a mask it also shows how the world is being affected by this virus the world also has tired/sad/afraid looking eyes these represent how I feel. I did sad/tired/afraid eyes because I am tired and afraid of all this chaos and separation.
No mater how hard you try to make your artwork perfect it will not happen unless you draw and paint with passion and love.
My work is about what I do now that I can’t play with friends. I play inside and outside a lot. I sewed on a tree for playing outside, a book for reading, a music note for writing piano songs, a Wii controller for games, and a Harry Potter scar because I love Harry Potter.
I ride my scooter and I love it. Finding joy in quarantine times!
This is a black and white pencil drawing that represents what we now are doing just to see the faces that we were taking for granted being able to see before Covid-19.
Nature is the one place besides home that we can be.
I remembered the silly string fight my family had for my little sister's birthday.
I know at this uncertain time we all can be very panicked and scared and unsure what will happen next. I think that all of us should look for a bit of peace in our lives and that is what I created.
On thing that Im enjoying about this quarantine time is that now I have more time to play with my family. My Grandpa is at home with us and we can spend more time together now.
This piece of art is about future space travel. I made it when I did not have anything to do. Space is one of the most important thing about where we live in this Galaxy, without any information no man would be on the moon.
I noticed that the air is much cleaner because of everyone staying home.
My work is about having fun at home with my family.
It's about a cute little doggy named Scotty!
My work is about, a person that wants to go camping/hiking, but can't because all of the roads are closed.
I made a picture using all kinds of crayons. Some were broken and missing their paper covers but they did a beautiful job showing my Nature inspired picture.
Look up in the sky Do you know how high is the sky? Maybe if you were an astronaut you could measure the sky.
My work is about the coronavirus. It shows a ballerina which represents the situation that I feel we are in right now. To paint it I actually started out with the ballerina and ended with the background.
I chose to do this to show happiness and goodness during hard times. Dolphins are playful and the time and suns bring light.
Raylan wanted mommy to help him color a picture of the Covid-19 virus, zombie outbreak style. He loves how it turned out, and he directed the whole picture.
The voyage will never end.