Textured Fingers (Second Collection)
Multiple Artists

Lily Cooper
Amelia Chandron
Amiyah Whissell
Arielle Viner
Audrey McCulough
Ava Lawlor
Devyn Miller
Estella Grondin
Henry Fine
Jenna Zaitlin
Kate Young
Miina Wallner
Rachel Berliant
Rayna Marcantonio
Stella Humeniuk
Tabisa Watanabe
William Jiang ...

Three Valued Objects (Collection)
Multiple Artists

Jenna Zaitlin
Bao Trinh
Callum Lynch
Ella Smith
Gabby Hatoum
Tess Robillard
Robin Daniels
Noah Tourangeau
Kate Young
Grace Dingwall ...

Honouring Black Canadians (Collection)
Multiple Artists

Honouring Tracy Moore
By Audrey McCullough
Honouring Lincoln M. Alexander
By Brayden Saxe
Lillian Allen Asserts Her Vision and Creates Beauty in the World
By Jenna Zaitlin
Honouring Oscar Peterson
By Jack Mandel
A Tribute to John Ware
By Jasmine Burrill
Celebrating Salome Bey
By Grace Nicol
Honouring Anson Carter
By Emily Nicol
Honouring Chika Stacy
By Jana Alnakeeb
Celebrating Eleanor Collins: "Give It All You Got"
By Jaida Lawson
Celebration of Artist Joan Butterfield
By Rayna Marcantonio ...

Name Page (Collection)
Multiple Artists

Charlotte Remple
Henry Fine
Kaia McLennan ...

Musical Submissions
Jacob Nusbaum

Two original songs. Listen to them below!
It’s he who’s in control
FNAF SB ...

Rosemary Brown
Kate Bodden

Rosemary Brown went to McGill University as well as UBC where she faced both sexism and racism. She became an advocate for women and people of colour, and was a part of many activist groups. Rosemary Brown became the first black woman to sit in the legislative assembly of British Columbia and she ran for leadership of NDP with the slogan “Brown is Beautiful” (hence the repetition in the background). These are only a few of her many accomplishments. I painted her into the classic Canadian artwork “Under the Shadow of the Tent” by Helen McNicoll (1914). ...

Tau Lewis
Cadence Rowsell

I placed Tau Lewis in the artwork called "Immigrants" by the artist Prudence Heward to honour Lewis's creative and caring qualities. She is an artist who uses recycled materials. The pattern in the background is supposed to imitate one of her own pieces of artwork in which she uses parts of old jeans. ...

Eugenia Duodu
Nina Philips

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Jully Black
Audrey Waller

Jully Black was heroic and strong. Her family went through some really tough times and she persevered. She advocates for many people who are marginalized and co-founded Empowered in My Skin which empowers young women. I chose to pattern the background with gladiolus because the flower represents heroism. It also comes from the latin word for sword so it also represents strength and pride. ...

Violet King
Elsie Hawkes

I chose to honor Violet King because she was a brave and honest person and the first black female Canadian lawyer. In my art, she is wearing a dress with some flowers native to Canada such as purple periwinkle and blue flag iris. The pattern in the background is made up of gavel because she is a lawyer and crowns because her last name is King. I chose to put her in Alex Colville's "To Prince Edward Island" because it is an iconic Canadian artwork and it focuses on the person in the painting so the focus is on Violet ...

Phylicia George
Sydney Wright

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Rosemary Brown
Maggie Bowden

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Jully Black
Sarah Clarke

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Kimora Amour
Donisha Saint-Germain

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Angela James
Mavis Evans

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Toya Alexis
Rebecca Francis

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Twelve Imitations of Famous Artworks
Multiple Artists

To have a little fun, Ms. Amenta asked her students to replicate a famous piece of artwork within a short period of time with items from around the house. These are a few of the many creative and fun results.
Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring, Nina Phillips
Palmer's Tea and Tunnocks, Donisha Saint-Germain
Matisse's Face, Hilary Linkletter
Andy Warhol's Banana 10, Farshad Noor
Magritte's Son of Man, Aiden Carnegie
Mondrian's Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow, Maddy Cermak
DaVinci's Lady with an Ermine, Rebecca Francis
Banksy's Girl with Balloon, Mavis Evans
Emm's Fox Terrier, Mia Spadaccini
Artwork for a Colour Psychology book cover, Asha Brennen
Evan Zikovitz
Millais' Ophelia ...

Textured Fingers (Collection)
Multiple Artists

Here are five artist’s versions of a sketchbook assignment from Ms Amenta’s grade 9 class. They were asked to draw a human hand with five unique textures, one on each finger, and the results are both beautiful and chilling.
Maggie Bowden
Lila Pare Lutfi
Mavis Evans
Rebecca Francis
Aspen Horgan ...

Red Mushrooms
Elsie Hawkes

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The Lily Pond
Cadence Rowsell

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Overlapped
Caiden Bink

Colourful artwork ...

Stuck in Bubbles
Kate Bodden

Colourful artwork ...

Bull Kelp
Audrey Waller

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Pepperoni Pizza
Helen Resmer

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Celtic Tree of Life
Natasha Mazerolle

Tree of life knot made with acrylic paint, on 9 x 12 inch acrylic paper ...

Theatre
Kate Bodden

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The Red Booth
Tiffany Uzamere

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Turbulence
Sophie Blechinger

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Crooked House in the Woods
Elsie Hawkes

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Howl's Cottage
Cicely Anthonisen

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Focus on the Mushrooms
Steven DeMaio

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Golf
Helen Resmer

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Lukka
Audrey Waller

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Spongebob
Khanh Nguyen

I made an acrylic painting of Spongebob making Krabby Patties for Santa 4 Seniors.
Santa 4 Seniors is a campaign by the Good Companions Organization where they send gift baskets to seniors who will be spending Christmas alone. ...

Aurora
Audrey Waller

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Untitled Watercolour
Cadence Rowsell

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Emma Stone
Cadence Rowsell

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Emma Watson
Helen Resmer

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Untitled Drawing
Cicely Anthonisen

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Maggie Bowden
Maggie Bowden

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Untitled Drawing
Sophie Chase

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Untitled Drawing
Anastasia Iagoferova

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Untitled Drawing
Sophie Blechinger

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Untitled
Sydney Wright

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Hilary
Hilary Linkletter

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Untitled Drawing
Sarah Clarke

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Lisa from BLACKPINK
Sophie Blechinger

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Untitled Drawing
Rebecca Francis

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Untitled Drawing
Lila Pare Lutfi

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Untitled Drawing
Aiden Carnegie

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Untitled Watercolour
Lauren Summerbell

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Untitled Drawing
Anastasia Iagoferova

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Untitled Drawing
Mavis Evans

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Untitled Drawing
Kate Bodden

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Message to Indigenous Artists!
Ms. Samuels

Kwe, she:kon, waciye, aanii, boozhoo, aingai
The NHS community would like to showcase the amazing Indigenous artists at the school! Moving forward we will have a spot to highlight any art an Indigenous student creates in Knightwatch, the student newspaper. This can be done as a special piece once in a while or on a more regular basis. Artists are welcome to submit a clear photo of their creations, as well as a brief explanation of the piece and their name as they would like it displayed with the submission (you may choose to remain anonymous and/or not to ...

Fall Photography
Nicholas Ficara

Enjoy these images I took this fall during tech class! ...

New Metal Idea Drum Set, Drums, Musical Instruments
Jacob Nusbaum

An original song.
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Focus
Sophie Milley

A collection of photos. ...

Biking to the Falls
Ella Zubec

A collection of photos. ...

Fall Photos
Noiya Katell

A collection of photos. ...

Spongebob and Patrick from Spongebob Squarepants
Khanh Nguyen

Painting, acrylic on canvas. ...