Escher style Geometry Art from Leigh Davis's Elementary School class in Lubbock, Texas









first-time tessellation art by an elementary school student a first-time make-your-own-tessellation piece of art

LAYERS OF DREAMS
by Tori C.

This is tessellation shows rotational (spin) symmetry. That's unusual for a first-time tessellation.

The basic "tile" shape is a little hard to spot. I think it's... a girl on a bed, with a whitehouse at her feet? The sky with stars and a door(?) are problematic, because a tessellation must not have gaps nor overlaps. The sky is... a big gap. On the other hand, sky doesn't have a door. ...But walls don't have stars. I guess in a dream, anything can happen.