Ever wondered what the future will be like in 50 years time? 11-year-old Luke, a finalist from Chapter’s Postcards From The Future competition, explains the vision behind his artwork.
What was your inspiration for the artwork?
My inspiration for the postcard was a futuristic city with plants and vegetation, where the city has no cars and just windmills to produce energy and trees to produce oxygen.
How do you feel about being included in a professional art exhibition in Chapter?
I felt very proud and happy that my artwork was on display for lots of people to see in Chapter.
What other creative things do you do?
I love drawing at school and at home. I love to create buildings, cars, people and lots of different things using my imagination with LEGO. I also love to play the violin with my church orchestra and band.
Is there anything else that you’d like to say about being a finalist?
I think that it’s very exciting that I might be able to win money for my school and I would like to thank my teacher, Mrs Maples, for entering me into the competition in school.
This is part of the Postcards From The Future campaign held in collaboration with Chapter Arts for their 50th Birthday celebrations. To learn more about the competition and all the other talented finalists, click here.