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CWSF 2015 - Fredericton, New Brunswick

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My friends tell me I am easy to talk to, out going, well rounded person who always asks questions or tests rules and theories. I love all sports, I am always doing at least one sport at a time. Favorite subjects are math and science, currently are my highest marks. I don't plan out experiments I just ask questions which give me the inspiration to go farther, I will be honest, I hate being wrong and I love to test peoples knowledge including my own. For this project; it was all thanks to my science teacher Mr. Gagnon I told him I was having troubles with my previous project, he sat down with me and asked what I was most interested in, other than sports I told him art, shading sketches specifically; then I decided I wanted to help people. My project is on how shading effects your mood. I am not extremely experienced with science fair but the only advice I have is, keep your options open, don't say no to ideas and possible theory's or prof that might prove your project wrong. there's always room for improvement! I had so much help on my project with multiple people.

Chaya Paul

Artistic mood
Region:Peace Country
City:Grimshaw, AB
School:Glenmary School
Abstract:The ‘Artistic Mood’ Project was developed to capture whether grayscale shading has an effect on the human brain. Can abstract artwork shaded with HB, 4B, 6B, and 8B pencils be used to manipulate or induce specific emotions in humans thereby reducing disease, affecting behaviours, or increasing success?