Greenbroook Elementary School

Reflections 2015


 

Reflections Student Art Contest

Theme: "Let Your Imagination Fly"

 

Let your imagination fly and unleash your inner artist! Choreograph a dance, produce a film, write a poem or story, compose a song, take a picture or create a piece of visual art and tell us what the theme: "Let Your Imagination Fly" means to you.

Congratulations to Greenbrook's Reflections Winners!

Congratulations to this year's Reflections winners. 
Brooke Harrelson Grade 1 in Visual Arts, "The Nature Woods".
Saira Trehan Grade 2 with her musical composition, "Eagles Carry Imagination"
Madeleine Roytfeld Grade 2 in Dance, "Colors of the Wind"
Hope Youngblood Grade 4 in Literaure, "Sky"
Ava Gagne Grade 4 in Film, "Be Inspired"
Faustina Altamirana Grade 5 in Photography, "A Pop of Love"
Jaiden Abulencia Grade 5 in Visual Arts, "Imagination".
 
Certificates will be handed out at next week's flag salute. 
 
All Winning entries will proceed to the SRVCPTA Showcase 10th December, 2015 at Pine Valley Middle School, San Ramon.

Faustina Altamirano: A Pop of Love

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Brooke Harrelson: The Nature Woods


 

Jaiden Abulencia: Imagination

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Hope Youngblood: Sky

The clouds to some people are just white. floating, cotton balls but to me clouds are the most beautiful creation.  I think of the sky as God's way of communication.  I have never heard God talk to me but I still know he's there every step of the way.  God is the ruler, holding earth in his hand.  He talks to me with His paper and pencil.  One day my mom asked me to come outside.  I came outside and saw this sunset.  I saw some shapes, thinking that it was a message sent to me by God.  I think that clouds are also God's work of art that we should treasure forever.  That is how I let my imagination fly.  

Ava Gagne: "Be Inspired" film

Ava Gagne "Be Inspired" film

 

 

Category Rules:
Dance Choreography
Literature
Photography
Visual Arts
Film Production
Special Artist Division
Music Composition

If you have any questions, please contact Reflections Chair: Teresa Leitch