Inspired by the New York Times compilation "17 Artists Capture a Surreal New York From Their Windows," Ms. Keown and Ms. Behar asked their students to look out their own windows and create art based on what they saw. The resulting pieces included thoughtful and evocative paintings and drawings. "The students settled into their time at home and looked out their windows to witness the stillness and capture the emotion it stirs," said Ms. Keown. "They have inspired me to pause as I look out my window and notice what I had overlooked before. I am thankful for being able to see into a part of their world."
Students Look Out their Windows to Create Compelling Art during RCDS@home