Broome High School Emerging Artists Exhibit

Broome High School Emerging Artists Exhibit

Broome High School Emerging Artists Exhibit opened with an award ceremony on First Friday, April 7th. Nine Broome County high schools have seventy students displaying their two-dimensional art work at the Broome County Arts Council.
The students competed for the following awards: composition, line & color, originality, use of medium, level of difficulty, and best of show.
And the winners!

Sinners
Kayla Ferris
Colored Pencil

Best in Show

Kayla Ferris
Chenango Valley High School
Bob Zanot, Teacher

Blind-Sided
Alyssa Dudinyak
Charcoal

Excellence in Composition

Alyssa Dudlinyak
Vestal High School
Melissa Restuccia, Teacher

Lady With Her Cat
Olivia Li
Watercolor

Excellence in Line & Color

Olivia Li
Seton Catholic Central High School
Maureen Schmidt, Teacher

Poison Eye-vy
Maria Osborne
Pencil & pastel

Excellence in Originality

Maria Osborne
Maine-Endwell Senior High School
Kellie Smith, Teacher

Bunny
Erin Hurlbut
Pastel

Excellence in Use of Media

Erin Hurlbut
Whitney Point High School
Christopher Rice, Teacher

Coconut Dream
Giovanni Pesce
Acrylic

Excellence in Level of Difficulty

Giovanni Pesce
Binghamton High School
Suzanne Northrop, Teacher

Honorable Mention

Breaking the Mold
Colored Pencil

A Visible Hoax?
Etching

Shades
Scratchboard

Kesondra Stafford
Chenango Valley High School
Bob Zanot, Teacher
Maya Madden
Vestal High School
Melilssa Restuccia, Teacher
Julia Worden
Chenango Valley High School
Bob Zanot, Teacher

 

Schools and teachers participating were:

Binghamton High School Suzanne Northrop
Chenango Valley High School Bob Zanot
Deposit Junior/Senior High School Ciara Heatherman
Johnson City High School Eric Adolf
Maine-Endwell Senior High School Jean Burlingame
Kellie Smith
Seton Catholic Central High School Maureen Schmidt
Susquehanna Valley High School Joyce Russell
Vestal High School Sean Bowers
Mallory Little
Amy Panella
Melissa Restuccia
Whitney Point High School Christopher Rice

 
The exhibit is open to the public Monday-Friday, April 7-April 28, 11am to 5pm. The Broome High School Emerging Artists Competition is sponsored by Jim Rollo State Farm The winners will be presented to the County Legislature at their April 13 meeting.

By | 2017-04-13T15:23:23+00:00 April 13th, 2017|Arts & Education, Broome Arts Mirror, Thought You'd Like to Know|