Alexander's Angel

This exhibition is a culmination of middle school students [Enrichment Class] at Raul Yzaguirre School For Success (Houston, Texas) working with their Houston Audubon Society field trip photographs [Alexander Chapel, Cedar Bayou Methodist Cemetery, Baytown, Texas] of an angel figurine to make Digital Art.

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Jovany Aguirre

Maribel Andrade

Yennifer Garfias

Enrique Gonzalez

Jessica Gonzalez

Rossy Martinez

Francisco Rosas

Jose Tamayo

Adilene Vasquez

Joceline Zuniga

This project is under the instruction of Tom R. Chambers at Raul Yzaguirre School For Success (Houston, Texas, U.S.A.).

The students worked with their original photographs taken on a Houston Audubon Society field trip [Baytown, Texas] to make Digital Art. They used GIMP [freeware equivalent of Photoshop] to manipulate their photographs.

In 1844, Texas pioneers gathered in the Cedar Bayou community in East Harris County to organize a Methodist Church under the direction of Robert Alexander, presiding elder of the Galveston District. By 1847, the members cleared the timber to build the first log church. Soon after, a Fourth of July meeting and barbecue was held for members and friends, including President Sam Houston. The church became the center of community activity, and was known as Alexander Chapel.


Digital Art