Thursday, April 28, 2011

Dia Dead Sold!

Congratulations to DATA Di junior, Caroline Parra, for selling her first digital photograph! The Dia de los Muertos image, purchased by Brian Lentz, has been exhibited at the Desert Art Center, the Palm Springs Art Museum, the 4th Annual PSUSD All District Visual and Performing Arts Showcase, and has earned a RIMS Scholastic Art & Writing silver key
"One of the best composed photos I have seen in recent memory."
-Brian Lentz

10 comments:

  1. Caroline I'm so proud of you. You are a great photographer that knows what she wants in life. I hope with all my heart that you keep on getting more awards and money and I totally love the picture you took. I wish you the best.

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  2. The Dia Dead project was one of my first Data projects of my Jr year. It really let me know what Cauthron expected from us this year. It was a great opportunity to show my work too the community and further my knowledge in photoshop. I hope one day I can sell my artwork too my community and make a career in photography.

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  3. This project was one of my favorites! It really helped me be creative and have my own ideas for things! I really enjoyed not only taking a picture but also just the art. I got to paint my sister's face, and it was quite difficult and took up a lot of time, but the outcome of it ended up turning out great! I love getting to have my own idea with this project and it just really has inspired to me to really do better because I know I have it in me now and I know I can do it.

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  4. Dia De Los Muertos was a great experience because we got to learn about another culture, and it was cool to do the different styles of make-up and take interesting pictures.

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  5. I've known Caroline for a few years now and i really like this one photo. It as one of the pictures from this whole project that really captured my attention.

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  6. Caroline took a step further than just doing the typical sugar skulls and banner that said "Dia de Los Muertos" and her's is so simple yet it stands out among the rest because it's more unique than the other ones so she rightfully deserves getting paid for it.

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  7. Caroline definitely took it a step further, and it truly shows how much hard work and dedication she put into this photograph. She did way more than the typical skulls and flowers. Im really glad and proud of her.

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  8. Alejandra CovarrubiasJune 2, 2011 at 2:23 PM

    Caroline did really good. I wish mine would of came out like that but i chose something diffrent.Mine didnt win but their always a next time

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  9. This picture shows true potential. Hope your glad thats its been bought.

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  10. Thats great, and very inspiring.

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