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CHS art students draw freedom

Campbellsville High School art students recently drew what freedom looks like to them.

 

In Jo Ann Harris’s art classes, students discussed Franklin Roosevelt’s four freedoms mentioned in his State of the Union address in 1941.

 

Students were asked to pick one of the four freedoms Roosevelt discussed – freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom from fear and freedom from want – and illustrate what it looks like, or what the lack of that freedom might look like.

 

The students’ drawings were based on work by Norman Rockwell, who illustrated the freedoms after Roosevelt’s speech.

 

CHS freshman Zoe McAninch draws what freedom looks like to her.

CHS freshman Zoe McAninch draws what freedom looks like to her.

 

CHS sophomore Jason Agee draws what freedom looks like to him.

CHS sophomore Jason Agee draws what freedom looks like to him.

 

CHS freshman Alli Wilson draws what freedom looks like to her.

CHS freshman Alli Wilson draws what freedom looks like to her.

 

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

 

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

 

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

 

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

 

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.

CHS students’ finished drawings show what freedom looks like to them.





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