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Sarah Drury

eXpressions™ Program: Art School: Firelands High School City/State: Oberlin, Ohio Teacher(s): Laura Tawil Medium/Genre: Mixed-Media eXhibition Year: 2017
eXpressionist Statement:

My representation of the study consists of 99 photographs: 61 of Caucasians, 32 of African Americans, and 6 of Asians. This is because these precise numbers come from the data in the study, which is in percentage form. All photos that represent depression are black and white. This is because when someone is depressed, his or her world becomes faded and dull. The photos that represent anxiety are in color. This is because a person experiencing anxiety has enhanced senses, so their worlds are more vibrant. When viewed from a specific angle, the photos spell out “HELP” since the top recommendation for patients is to seek help.


Selected Research

Depression and Anxiety in Different Ethnic and Racial Groups Researcher: Andrew Genao Mentor: Charles S. Modlin, MD, MBA, FACS School: Bedford High School Internship Track: Applied Medicine Internship Year: 2016