Shown above is "Howl," by Luis Jimenez. Student Ali Yilmaz: "One night while he was driving home, Luis (Jimenez) came across a howling coyote, whose back had been broken. To put the coyote out of its misery, he wringed its neck."
"In the Seimmental, Switzerland," by Thomas Cole. "Since he was trained as an engraver of wood blocks and so did not have any formal education in art, many of his artistic ideas resulted from poetry and literature." - Alan Shi
"Landscape with Four Trees," by Birger Sandzen. "Mr. Sandzen created tension in the painting by forming a peaceful and serene landscape with a restless texture." - Bailey Frei.
"Le Discret," by Joseph Ducreux. "'Le Discret' is haunting. It depicts an unknown man who appears horrified, pressing his finger to his lips as if to say, 'Be quiet, our lives depend upon it.'" - Michelle Stockwell