Artwork by students at South Lakes High School is on display at Marymount University through Jan. 3.
The exhibition, titled Visions, features the work of several students, including David Raw and Maxine Prudhomme, who won honorable mention awards for their work.
The following students’ work is featured:
- Juana Hernandez
- Sahitya Jammula
- Audrey Kim
- Brianna Le
- Maxine Prudhomme
- David Raw
- Milagro Rosa Flores
- Simone Stevens
- Camila Ytriago
- Mindy Zheng
“The South Lakes work is incredibly inventive, personal, and experimental in both media and concept,” said SLHS art teacher Matt Ravenstahl.
Here’s more from Erica Harrison, who curated the exhibition:
Adjudicating the visual explorations of regional emerging artists who are investigating the complexities of the human experience through varied artistic disciplines was a pleasure. When selecting the works for the exhibition I looked for a combination of form and content that was intelligent and compelling.
During this process, I asked myself several questions; was the focus of the work well composed and visually impactful? Did the artist have a clear sense of what they were communicating? Did the treatment of media show an understanding of artistic fundamentals? The notable artists selected as awardees not only demonstrated a mastery of media but showed a passion for independent exploration and a willingness to push themselves.
I would like to acknowledge and thank the families and friends of all these young artists for encouraging their gifts, the faculty members of the art departments for their courage and commitment to their students, and Marymount for fostering this open opportunity that supports our vibrant artistic community.
The exhibit can be viewed online.
Artwork by David Raw
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