Listening to the Wall: Part 6


Listening to the Wall is a series dedicated to showcasing pieces of student art that helped create an incarnate of the Lennon Wall  in my classroom.

For further information, please visit these links:

Reconstructing the Lennon Wall

Listening to the Wall: Part 1

Listening to the Wall: Part 2

Listening to the Wall: Part 3

Listening to the Wall: Part 4

Listening to the Wall: Part 5

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After a little hiatus, here are few more pieces of student-created artwork. They are full of beautiful and bold colors! I hope they brighten everyone’s day.

I love how this student played with the peace sign.  It’s both whimsical and deeply hopeful that we will all one day board that bus.

The eyes in this piece are so intense.  I often wonder where her inspiration came from to create such an insightful work of art.

I put this piece on the wall almost every year.  I love the energy that pops off the page and how she includes her love of music.

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c.b.w. 2012

24 thoughts on “Listening to the Wall: Part 6

  1. love love love our walls. you are a model of “marva collins”, “to sir with love” “music of the heart” “freedom writers” “mr holland’s opus”….do you detect a theme in the movies I love 😉


    • i meant to type love, love, love your walls!! feel free to edit the original and then delete this. for some reason i am having trouble with the y on my keyboard. it works, but for some reason i think “type a y” but m finger doesn’t bother. y would that be happening?? 😉


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