Working Classroom The Growth of Death - Alyssa Johnson I decided to make a skull to show how unhealthy we are treating the earth as well as humans killing themselves. The flower represents the growth of Mother Nature. I wanted to represent the toxic relationship humans have between themselves and Earth as well as the negative effects that come from that. Taking this class I learned mosaics are somewhat difficult. Cutting tiles is tiring and you really have to plan ahead and visualize the final project. The final product is rewarding! NACA (Native American Community Academy) 16 years old
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The Growth of Death - Alyssa Johnson

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The Growth of Death - Alyssa Johnson
The Growth of Death - Alyssa Johnson

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The Growth of Death - Alyssa Johnson

$100.00
Model Number: 1-alyssa
I decided to make a skull to show how unhealthy we are treating the earth as well as humans killing themselves. The flower represents the growth of Mother Nature. I wanted to represent the toxic relationship humans have between themselves and Earth as well as the negative effects that come from that. Taking this class I learned mosaics are somewhat difficult. Cutting tiles is tiring and you really have to plan ahead and visualize the final project. The final product is rewarding!

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Alyssa Johnson

The growth of Death

9”x9”mosaic on wood panel

I decided to make a skull to show how unhealthy we are treating the earth as well as humans killing themselves. The flower represents the growth of Mother Nature. I wanted to represent the toxic relationship humans have between themselves and Earth as well as the negative effects that come from that. Taking this class I learned mosaics are somewhat difficult. Cutting tiles is tiring and you really have to plan ahead and visualize the final project. The final product is rewarding!

NACA   (Native American Community Academy)

16 years old

weights 10 lbs

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