FAI-YAC Artworks

 

The students gave their 100% planning and executing their artwork entry concepts.

A total of 35 entries were sent for the preliminary judging

9 artworks qualified to represent the Philippine in the Young Artists Contest

Here is a sneak peak of the artwork entries:

Grade 1 student entry showing the how watching air games makes one feel close to the sky.
Grade 1 student entry showing how watching air games makes one feel close to the sky.

 

Charito Cruz, Grade 1, creates a whimsical artwork with floating pink elephants and summer sunflower.
(detail) Charito Cruz, Grade 2, creates a whimsical artwork with floating pink elephant and summer sunflower.

 

Jan Manzano, Grade 5, draws a boy carefully observing, learning and enjoying the flight landscape.
(detail) Jan Manzano, Grade 5, pictures a boy carefully observing, learning, and enjoying the flight landscape.

 

(detail shot) capturing how someone tries to capture such a moment
(detail) Eliana Carlos, Grade 5, captures a moment that calls to be remembered.

 

Andrei Zapanta, Grade 10, paints a light watercolor depiction of the thrills of air games.
(detail) Andrei Zapanta, Grade 10, paints an airy watercolor depiction of the thrills of air games.

 

Joshua Nibre, Grade 9, directs your eyes to an airplane headed to the FAI Dubai Air Games this 2015.
(detail) Joshua Nibre, Grade 9, directs your eyes to an airplane headed to the FAI Dubai Air Games 2015.

 

Teacher Nemcy
Teacher Nemcy happy preparing and packing the artwork entries.

 

 We are all excited for the learnings of the students who grabbed this chance head high!