The arts have always been an outlet for Buzzitta, who was born and raised in Grand Rapids. There is a moment when I mix the right colors and place my paint strokes nicely in relation to one another I have created that so called ‘window to the soul. Engage with the West Michigan Woman Community! It wasn’t until I was able to be more confident with my art that this was a benefit. For Buzzitta, who recently graduated from Kendall College of Art and Design , it’s all a little surreal. But when I spend time on the radiance of eyes in my painting, there is this one moment that sends chills down my spine. I have always had a connection with children and feel like I am incredibly perceptive of their emotions.
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Engage andgea the West Michigan Woman Community! There was so much confusion, tension, and indescribable emotions I was able to release through my art. I was always a painfully perceptive person—an emotional sponge to whatever other people were feeling or expressing around me. For Buzzitta, who recently graduated from Kendall College of Art and Designit’s all a little surreal.
September 25, Profile. She began teaching full time in a permanent position this September. North America — to be announced. After graduating from Kendall in May, Buzzitta completed a long-term substitute position as a high school art teacher.
The work of Jenison High School art teacher Sara Buzzitta will be among more than 1, entries on display at the 7th ArtPrize, which is expected to draw nearly half a million visitors during its day run.
For more information about ArtPrize, visit www. For her final subject, Buzzitta was recently connected with an orphaned child in Jenison and will be adding this portrait to her installation, which is located in the lobby of the Courtyard Grand Rapids Downtown11 Monroe Ave. There is an emotional aspect to them that is often difficult to explain. I enjoy painting mouths, ears, noses, and feel I can do a nice job with adnrea.
That was when I contacted Steve Afendoulis, our family attorney, to hop on board. At the same time she was finishing up the school year as a substitute, she was working to complete her application into this year’s ArtPrize.
I again felt a connection and love for a child. Photos courtesy of Jennifer Reynolds. I have always had a connection with children and feel like I am incredibly perceptive of their emotions. It wasn’t until I was able to be more confident with my art that this was a benefit. Buzzitta said the response she has gotten to this project has been powerful—especially in terms of the people who have reached out to her to express what her project means to them.
There was a moment Cindy [Buzzitta’s instructor, Cindy Todd] said, ‘And no matter where these children are in the world, what type of materials they have access to, they always go through the same stages. To choose her additional subjects, Buzzitta reached out to the director of the Memory Project, Ben Schumaker. In addition to Todd’s comment, Buzzitta was also inspired by The Memory Projecta nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create portraits for youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as neglect, abuse, loss of parents, and extreme poverty.
We were talking about the different developmental stages children go through when creating art.
It was in one of my first education courses that my first idea evolved. Once I entered high school, I was able to take an art class every day. I always went home from school because ‘I didn’t feel good. When I heard my friend from college was working in Kenya with children at the Neemaland King and Queens bzzitta, I asked her huzzitta send me a photo of a child for me to paint and a description of them.
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Another human being who has feelings, hopes, dreams, a personality—all of that can be expressed in a person’s eyes. But when I spend time on the radiance of eyes in my painting, there is this one moment that sends chills down my spine.
Buzzitta’s entry is a series of six paintings, adrea of orphaned children from around the world, titled “Luminous Joy. December 07, Profile. I wanted my first big ArtPrize entry to illustrate these stages, overlapping images of children from around the world. There is a moment when I mix the right colors and place my paint strokes nicely in relation to one another I have created that so called ‘window to the soul. I had a lot of problems appropriately expressing my feelings.
First, children begin with scribbling, the basic motion of drawing and mark-making, then the pre-schematic phase, et cetera.