by Santosh Kumar
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) and Career-related Programme (CP) Visual Arts students recently held their final art exhibition, showcasing their incredible talents and artistic abilities. Three students Hera, Leonie, and Alex presented their works of art at the exhibition, each with a unique theme and message.
Leonie's theme for the exhibition was "Time and Humanity," exploring the relationship between time and human existence. Her artworks depicted the fleeting nature of time and its impact on humanity, highlighting the importance of cherishing each moment of our lives.
Hera's theme was "The Soul," exploring the depths of human emotion and the human spirit.
Her artworks reflected the human experience, exploring themes such as love, loss, and self-discovery. Her pieces were both beautiful and thought-provoking, leaving a lasting impression on all who viewed them.
Alex's theme was "Toxic Love," exploring the dark side of love and its impact on our lives. His artworks depicted the destructive nature of toxic relationships, showcasing the emotional turmoil that they can bring. Her pieces were powerful and evocative, highlighting the importance of recognizing and avoiding toxic relationships.
The exhibition was a testament to the creativity and artistic abilities of these three students. Each student brought a unique perspective and style to the exhibition, showcasing their individual talents and artistic visions. Their works of art were a beautiful reflection of the human experience, exploring deep and meaningful themes that resonated with viewers.