Working Classroom Ellipsis - Cristian Alexander Herrera-Poncho I wanted to illustrate two of the most essential things in life, with the colors being able to accentuate the symbols, along with the three dots representing the ellipsis. This piece symbolizes the ability to pause for a second and appreciate water and music. In my culture, our ceremonies, songs and music bring water to feed our crops and in turn we are kept alive. In this workshop I learned a lot on how to work with glass as well as to stay safe through the process. I want to thank Working Classroom for allowing me to be part of this amazing experience and for helping my community. NACA (Native American Community Academy) 16 years old
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Ellipsis - Cristian Alexander Herrera-Poncho

$120.00
Ellipsis - Cristian Alexander Herrera-Poncho
Ellipsis - Cristian Alexander Herrera-Poncho

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Ellipsis - Cristian Alexander Herrera-Poncho

$120.00
Model Number: ellipsis-1
I wanted to illustrate two of the most essential things in life, with the colors being able to accentuate the symbols, along with the three dots representing the ellipsis. This piece symbolizes the ability to pause for a second and appreciate water and music. In my culture, our ceremonies, songs and music bring water to feed our crops and in turn we are kept alive. In this workshop I learned a lot on how to work with glass as well as to stay safe through the process. I want to thank Working Classroom for allowing me to be part of this amazing experience and for helping my community.

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16 years old
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Cristian Alexander Herrera-Poncho

Ellipsis

10”x10”mosaic on wood panel

I wanted to illustrate two of the most essential things in life, with the colors being able to accentuate the symbols, along with the three dots representing the ellipsis. This piece symbolizes the ability to pause for a second and appreciate water and music. In my culture, our ceremonies, songs and music bring water to feed our crops and in turn we are kept alive. In this workshop I learned a lot on how to work with glass as well as to stay safe through the process. I want to thank Working Classroom for allowing me to be part of this amazing experience and for helping my community. 

NACA   (Native American Community Academy)

16 years old

weights 10 lbs

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