The Sullivan Goss Award
Emma Steinkellner never knew her great grandmother Elsie before she had a stroke.
“When I knew her all she could say was ‘No wonder’ and ‘No way’.” Emma is a 16 year old junior in Kevin Gleason’s International Baccalaureate Art Class and is interested in a career in animation and digital art. Her portrait is a digital composition. Emma had always heard that her grandmother was a lot like her. “They said she was always busy and kind of loud – sort of like me.” So Emma chose a photograph of her grandmother when she was Emma’s age. In her digital portrait, a young girl in a hat from the 40’s has a concerned look on her face. Behind her are the repeated words “No wonder, No way.”
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