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Julia Asselin

Spring

Latex and paper
19 3/8 x 28 3/4 inches

Post-Fiji Artwork

 

 


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ARTIST'S STATEMENT

Julia Asselin


This title of this composition reflects both the colors used and the way it feels. The blues and greens in my work remind me of the newness of Springtime in Michigan while the light and airy flowing music gives me a feeling of something fresh and alive.

Since I have been interested in vocal music all of my life, I incorporated this into my piece. The keyboard and sheet music shown are important parts of my studies of vocal music. I also enjoy drawing and painting which helps me to relax, unwind, and to express myself. In the sky I have the Girl Scout symbol. I have been involved with Girl Scouting as a leader for many years. By being a leader, I have the opportunity to be involved in the community and to help girls “shine.” The large cross in the sky represents my faith and its impact on my life.

The house in my composition represents my family, my home, and my role in the family, all of which is very important to me.



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