the self portrait

In a portrait, you have room to have a point of view and to be conceptual with a picture. The image may not be literally what’s going on, but it’s representative. – Annie Leibovitz

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In general, this group does not talk very much. But their self-portraits communicate plenty. That’s all I’m saying about this post…

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Inner Vision by Gwynn

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Neomi’s Self Portrait

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The Best Time of the Day by Deja

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Self Portrait by Andres

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Self Portrait by Jennifer

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I Hate Self Portraits by Monica

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The Younger Son by Matt

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Memory by Fabiola

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Self Portrait by Dustin

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Una Mujer, Una Nina by Yari

 

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Portrait by Ehthlei

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by Gabriela

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Through My Eyes, Portrait #2 by Gabriela

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Connection by Bravilio

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Self Portrait by Nati

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Escape by Jessica

 

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3 thoughts on “the self portrait

  1. What a talented group! You certainly bring out the best in your students!

  2. Wow. Powerful. Congratulations each one of you, students and teacher.

    On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 7:10 AM, Monica Aissa Martinez wrote:

    > monica posted: ” In a portrait, you have room to have a point of view and > to be conceptual with a picture. The image may not be literally what’s > going on, but it’s representative. – Annie Leibovitz In general, this group > does not talk very much. But their sel” >

  3. Thanks. It’s mutual…if I bring out the best in them, perhaps they bring out the best in me.

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