Day of Art - June 2, 2020

Dafne Moskowitz '22

Dafne Moskowitz '22
Materials & Methods
Instructor: Jennifer Sturgill
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    • Dafne Moskowitz '22, Revealed-Concealed, 2020, Charcoal on Paper

    • Dafne Moskowitz '22, Remix- Found Narrative, 2020, Pen on tracing paper

    • Dafne Moskowitz '22, Photo Assignment: A Few Of My Favorite Things, 2020

      1. My Grandmothers Rings: I inherited these rings from my grandmother when she passed away. She would always wear the most adventurous, fun, personalized jewelry and clothing, as her outfits represented her personality. I wear these rings almost everyday now to represent the fun and outgoing character that she can no longer be. 2. Potted Plant: I have many potted plants in my room, as when a plant is placed into a room it brings life to that space. In life I want to embody these same characteristics of bringing life, and joy to all spaces I enter. 3. “VOGUE” Poster: I got this poster in Paris on a street along the Seine River, with my family. When I saw this poster, I fell in love with it as it embodies aspects of travel and fashion. Fashion Is a significant part of my life, as I feel what I wear on the outside represents who I am on the inside. I want to feel empowered through what I wear. 4. Polaroids with Friends in Tahoe: I love these pictures because they incorporate two of my favorite things, snow, and My friends. These pictures were taken in Tahoe, when we went skiing together. For me snow is magical and beautiful. The way it falls and covers mountains, and trees. Snow is truly magnificent. My friends are a huge aspect of my life as they care for me and make me laugh. Without them I would not be the person I am today. 5. Hershey's Chocolate Bar: Chocolate is my guilty pleasure. When chocolate is put in front of my a can devour the whole thing in a matter of seconds. The taste is so rich and sweet, the texture is smooth as it melts in my mouth. I can never get enough of it. 6. Scrunchies: I wear scrunchies everyday. I don't leave the house without one. In eighth grade I bought my first pack, and I fell in love with them and their ability to develop an outfit with such a small addition. Over time I started buying new packs with different colors to match with my different outfits. Eventually I ended up with so many scrunchies that it's more of a collection. 7. Room Spray: I bought this room spray at Urban Outfitters. I fell in love with its aesthetic brown texture, and minimalist vintage black text. Although it is small, its detail adds so much to my room making it feel comfortable, and cute. 8. Black Pen: This black pen symbolized my love for creativity. Although I could have chose a paint brush to symbolize art, I chose a pen as with a pen can be writing stories, or doing calligraphy, or drawing, its use for creativity is endless.

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