My Art

Hannah Rose Wieman

My earliest memory of art is when I was in Elementary school when I won a contest for a picture I drew around Easter. This is when I realized I loved drawing. From then on, I became more and more confident in my skills. When someone's attention gets caught by my art and they are impressed, it'e the best feeling. This is one of my motivations when creating art. I don'y have a particular style, but I have preferences of what I do and don't like to draw or paint. My favorite things to do are realistic (ex: animals, people, etc.), zen tangles, and white charcoal on black paper. Art is the one place I can run to to let loose and do what I want. There is nothing better than making other people mesmerized by what you have created.


Now that I am a senior in high school and have taken about 5 or 6 art classes, my skills have improved and I have figured out my preferences. I know art will always be a hobby of mine and I will continue to improve and become more creative throughout life.

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American Flag

There is a funny story behind this picture. After I drew this around the 4th of July in 2014, I posted it on Twitter with the hashtag #merica. Without me knowing, there was a contest American Standard Air was doing for anyone who used that hashtag on their photo. ASA nominated me for the contest, and I ended up winning! My prize was $250 that came to me about a month later.
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Unique Elephant

This elephant was painted with acrylic paint on a wood canvas. I glued down sand on the tusks and painted of the sand because this art project required a texture. This is another all-time favorite pieces of mine.
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