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    • Duke University Arts Supplement By: Jordan Townsend
    • ..Personal Information• Name: Jordan Townsend• Regular Decision• Female• Address: 2695 Dunmoreland Terrace, Atlanta, Ga, 30349• Telephone #: (404) 767-0441• E-mail Address: jordantownsend17@yahoo.com• Birthdate: 06 01 95 (June 1, 1995)• School: Westlake High School, 2400 Union Road, Atlanta, Ga, 30331• Material Submitted: Art: Slide Portfolio
    • “Tangled Up In Me”Prismacolor Marker and CopicMarker (11TH grade).
    • “Portrait of a Mother”A portrait of my mother, Teresa Townsend. Pencil and charcoal (12th grade).
    • “Let Their Love Be Unbroken”Acrylic Paint and Prismacolor Colored Pencils (11th grade).
    • “Eye Study”Adobe Photoshop (12th grade).
    • “Graceful Hands”Copic Marker and Acrylic Paint (11th grade).
    • “American Dream”This piece was based off how in social media a certain standard of beauty is presented to the American public. Adobe Photoshop (11th grade).
    • “Still Life- Delicious”Pencil and Charcoal (12th grade).
    • “League of Shadows”Prismacolor Colored Pencil (12th grade).
    • “Moonshine”Pencil and Charcoal (12th grade).
    • “Never Trust Anyone Over 25”This piece was based off a line from Cory Doctorow’s book, “Little Brother”, which was centered around rebellion in the digital age, the infringement of the people’s rights, and youth’s voice. Adobe Photoshop (11th grade).
    • “Abstract and Initials”This piece was a practice in using the initials of one’s name to create a design. The interconnecting lines that act as a frame in this piece are the letters J,E, and T, my initials. Sharpie Marker (12th grade).
    • “Still Life of Random Objects”Oil Pastel (12th grade).
    • “The Day Helena Soared”A picture of Helena Baldwin, an aerial dancer from the D.A.I.R. Project. Prismacolor Colored Pencil and Acrylic Paint (12th grade).
    • “Close-up of a Flower”Oil Pastel and Acrylic Paint (12th grade).
    • “Still Life of a Birdhouse”Charcoal (12th grade).
    • “Field of Dreams”Prismacolor Pencils (11th grade).