[Mottlau, Maddox] Mejdlaya Installation Art 2

Written Concept its comes from my sister she is good a drawing and she once made something for me that i could not draw at all also she made other cool things i want to show you can do anything if you put you mind on that one thing height prob not that big idkContinue reading “[Mottlau, Maddox] Mejdlaya Installation Art 2”

[Mottlau, Maddox] Mejdlaya Installation Art 1

Written Concept Two trees. Oak and Cedar. Gainesville and Mejdlaya. Growing yet eternal. A lasting friendship. Letter to the Mayor greeting Lauren Poe i am Maddox M from PK yonge 8th grade i was making this latter to see if you would be interested in a statue that would make two city more united itContinue reading “[Mottlau, Maddox] Mejdlaya Installation Art 1”

[Ellis, Nicole] Mejdlaya Installation Art

Written Concept A bench that represents Mejdlaya in Arabic and Gainesville in the form of a gator. Letter to the Mayor Dear Mayor Lauren Poe, My name is Nicole Ellis. I’m a 8th grade student at P.K. Yonge, and I am designing a work of installation art to represent the friendship between Gainesville and Mejdleya. I’dContinue reading “[Ellis, Nicole] Mejdlaya Installation Art”

[Chase, Jackson] Mejdlaya Installation Art

Written Concept The artwork will be a large tree, one half will be cedar and the other half will be an oak. The cedar represents Mejdlaya and the oak represents Gainesville. Height – 10 feet tall, 3.5 feet wide and 3.5 feet deep (circular). It would be made out of wire (armature wire) with aContinue reading “[Chase, Jackson] Mejdlaya Installation Art”

[Neiss, Jason] Mejdlaya Installation Art

Written Concept Two trees. Oak and Cedar. Gainesville and Mejdlaya. Growing yet eternal. A lasting friendship. Letter to the Mayor Dear Mayor Lauren Poe, My name is Jason Neiss. I’m an 8th grade student at P.K. Yonge, and I am designing a work of installation art to represent the friendship between Gainesville and Mejdlaya.  I’dContinue reading “[Neiss, Jason] Mejdlaya Installation Art”