“Ever since I can remember I have loved art. I love the creativity and flexibility of making art. The process is what I enjoy the most, I love being messy and having freedom in whatever I make,” Moon said.
She is one of the many talented artists enrolled at Sentinel.
“I wouldn’t say my art differs from everyone else’s but more so everyone’s art is different. No matter how hard one might try, everyone has an individualistic style that they apply to their art piece,” Moon said.
The love for art never faded away like how one’s love for becoming an astronaut might dwindle as they grow older. The deep-rooted love made art a part of her identity.
“I continued because it’s what I love to do and how I express my emotions, and it is always cool to make something no one else has ever made before,” Moon said.
There are no limits when it comes to art, meaning anyone can express their own personal feelings, or personal styles.
Art is different from any other curriculum because there are no wrong answers, and no wrongdoings in art.