When they go low, we go high

Mona Shores High School

“We are trying to represent how minorities are a core part of the country, but are used as a scapegoat as to why the United States is not flourishing. Those that are privileged look down on those who are less fortunate and misinterpret their fight for equality. The woman in the painting is attempting to create a stable country, while the man in the corner is ruining her work and blaming her for the destruction.”

Entry Details
  • Art form: 2-D
  • Depth:
  • Medium: Acrylic, Mixed Media
  • Width: 4'
  • Year created: 2016
  • Height: 4'

About Mona Shores High School

Students from Mona Shores High School. Enrolled in AP Studio Art. Created: December 2016 Student Participants: Samara Hernandez 17 Hannah Jansen-Yee 17 Elliot Johnson 18