In my first “Who I am as a Writer” paper I stated how one of the areas that I needed to improve was writing. I went into more depth talking about how my writing is not descriptive enough and how I cannot grab the reader's attention. Even though I still need to continue making improvements, I have gotten better in both of these aspects. Compared to my papers in high school my introduction paragraphs have improved.
I’m Kyla Painter. Today I am doing an essay all about me and stuff I do. For example, my family, the schools I have attended, my education, interests, special talents, my opinions about the world today,and a few more things. There is a lot to know about me. Keep reading to see.
How do I expect my education at The Art Institute to help me attain my goals? My education at The Art Institute can help me attain my goals of entering the music industry and impacting society through production. As a musician I feel a high love for music. Music without a certification will not pervade me as an education with certification would.
My identity as a writer comes from how I view a piece of writing. I view it as art. To create something that intrigues someone, that makes them angry, sad, or confused is my goal when I write. I want the audience to feel something. It just so happens that for most people, writing with the strategy of pathos in mind is always extremely effective. My environment growing up was that of complete creative freedom and I had the privilege to be able to explore my interests at such a young age. My experience with growing my skills as a writer I think started with my love for creating artsy things if you will, but after many years of being stuck as a novice, I developed exponentially during my high school years. I came into my own as a student and learned how to let my longing to stay creative creep into every project I could get my hands on. But I struggled where I perceived creativity wasn't needed i.e. math and history. I became uninterested and skated by in that aspect. Why would I put so much of my time into something that so strongly opposed who I am as a person?
My name is Yris Guzman and I’m a senior at Perry High School. I’ve always struggled writing essays. The things I struggle the most with is grammar, spelling, coming up with a thesis, and organizing my thoughts onto paper. I hope by the end of this semester I become a better writer. We all have strengths and weaknesses.
When I was in seventh grade I was constantly drawing eyes; all of my papers and all of my notebooks were littered with them, in all different shapes and colors. When I graduated from middle school to high school, my affinity for eyes expanded to a love of human features in general. For as long as I can remember I've been inspired by all the different shapes, sizes, colors, and features people have, however, I never realized this until I began to express it through art.
My first example of one of my peices of work is my Garage Sale flyer. I choes this as one of my examples because it demonstates my understandings of our unit all about creating flyers,business cards etc… The strongest aspects of this peice of work is the way I have all the information needed in an organized way. It does not look super cluttered. I think i could always work on something with any peice of work i do. With this peice i think i could work on my spelling and puncuation. Some of the skills i use to create this peice were; Change the backround, Bordes and accents, Text and
In the past, my experiences with writing have been basic. Other than when I took an advanced English class my junior year of high school, I have taken the common English classes for those of my age. My English course during my senior year of high school was heavily weighted on our ability to write, even though the teacher never taught us how. He expected us to know how to write perfectly, and demolished us when we could not live up to his standards. In a way, this helped me become a stronger writer, but it definitely made me more self-conscious about my writing. With that being said, I would have to go on to say that my biggest weakness as a writer is the fact that I am extremely self-conscious about my writing. I do not like others to read
I have learnt many skills helping me day with work pouring concrete and laboring for block layers. First let me give you a little background. My dad was worked as a bricklayer since he was sixteen. He has done the same type of work for most of his life, and that's where I come in. My first job was in the summer of 2012 My dad asked me if I wanted to go along and help him with a side job he had going. I said sure and we headed out around nine o'clock. Our first job was to replace a concrete pad and stairs for this house that was up for sale. We had to set up forms for the concrete, and pour it. I learned how to oil up forms so the concrete didn't stick.
My second artist was, Yayoi Kusama. In her images, she uses a lot of color and covers everything with black or white dots. To create my image, I used black acrylic paint to create the penguin and then covered it with white dots. Because this project has to be black and white, I was not able to make it bright and colorful like Yayoi Kusama would have.
My doodle did not listen to me at all and then I lost him and I couldn't think because I haven't eaten. a few minintes later the bell ring and lunch time was over but I had to miss class because I had to find my doodle. I search in the lockers, outside, the bathrooms, and then I went to the cafeteria and I saw an apple on a basket so I ate the apple and then I saw my doodle. I ran as fast as I can but he was going really fast like the flash and he went outside it was really out side I felt like I was going to melt like an ice cube. Suddenly I found some roller skates so I put them on and it was embarrsing because the rollerskates were pink and had hearts on them but I had to use them so that I can catch up my doodle. He kept on going faster and faster that he went on the middle of the streets so I did the same thing.
My greatest skill is drawing. I’ve developed this skill by drawing when I have time and look some drawings from the internet to get inspired. I’ve demonstrated this skill by showing it to my family or posting it on the internet. I’ve always liked drawing since I was a kid because I always imagine things and I want to remember it. I used to draw Spongebob’s snail, Gary, a lot because I’ve seen a tutorial on how to draw Gary. And it inspired me, so I did it, and the outcome didn’t turn what I expect it to be. So, I tried it over and over again until I perfected it. Then, I tried drawing something else like cartoon characters, a person, etc. Until I get a hang of it, but I can’t do it without an image to copy from. As the time goes by, I am now
I believe I am very blessed to be living the life I am today. The images that are shown on my “Me Collage” represent who I am as a person today. To help illustrate my life, I have shown symbols and pictures of my past, present, and future with a story behind every picture. When I was young, I was very lucky to have the opportunity to see extraordinary parts of the world with my family. This type of exposure at a young age has helped shape who I am today.
On October 5, 2017, I experienced my very first Art Hop on the streets of Stanislaus and Fulton. At first, when I arrived there I did get lost because I thought it would be at a single place and not everywhere but I asked around, eventually I didn’t realize we were there walking in it. Even though there were so many galleries, I personally liked the first gallery I went to. The first gallery I went to was called “The Pink Show,” is a dedication to those who have endured cancer. It was committed to bring cancer awareness through these amazing, beautiful arts being shown and featured lots of great art, an auction, live music, food, and drinks. Outside of their gallery was a pink car with signatures all over the car, there are also, positive comments