Art, Creation, Ideas

Scholarship Entrant: La’Marcus from Richburg, SC
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for La’Marcus: 1

Doing what I love most is architecture. Growing up, many things has caught my eye as a youngster, but designing building stood out. It’s just something about having your name inscribed along with your building you created that make everything so simple. Art, creation, personality, and cooperation with Earth are just astonishing in architecture. Becoming a professor in my field I can teach other students the essence of architecture, and how prosperous it has been for the last millennium or more. Nothing could possibly interest my mind more. The students I teach could share my passion help build skyscrapers, coexist with the geography, and tell history in its art. Showing your personality in the one form that can’t be portrayed in any other aspect is art, and marking your place with landmarks that others could use as guidelines, or other techniques is genuinely the best feeling. I wonder what Frank Lloyd Wright intended as he declared himself an architectural genius. What Frank Lloyd Wright accomplished is what I wish to accomplish and my students, and their students-students to accomplish. So the next time you think of going to or by a building, as fundamental as it might seem that architecture has a core and speaks from the client, and personality of the architect. It’s truly amazing to see things coexist for one purpose. The mind is a terrible thing to waste so I wish to share my passion with others and spark their kindle for architecture.

Vote for La’Marcus: 1

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