Jocilyn Hill exhibited a senior art portfolio display at Western Wayne’s annual art show on Saturday, May 13.
She created a display that contained a number of creatively inspired pieces, many of them in the surrealist style.
Her collection entitled “Insanity” was based off the work of surrealist artist Naoto Hattori who Jocilyn looks to for inspiration.
One of her favorite pieces in her collection is a charcoal and watercolor piece of an alien-type person in the surrealist style.
Jocilyn explained why this is her favorite style.
“I like this style because it’s a more uniform way to do abstract art that adds elements but still allows your pieces to look like something,” she said.