Helen Day Art Center’s Student Art Show exhibits emerging talent in Lamoille Valley
Opens Thursday, May 3rd, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
On Thursday May 3rd at 3:00 p.m. the gallery doors will open on a spectacular group of artwork from local students. Stowe Elementary, Middle, and High school art students will exhibit their work along with this year’s guest: Waitsfield Elementary School. Complimentary servings of Ice Cream will be served thanks to Stowe Ice Cream.
Students, inspired by visits to Helen Day Art Center exhibitions and by their teachers, build skills in multiple media while simultaneously finding their expressive voice. The evidence of this ongoing process is amazing and it lines the walls of the Center which produces this exhibition annually to honor the talent of these students.
The artwork includes: painting, drawing, collage, metal work, ceramics, photography and graphic design, taught by five dedicated teachers: Jen Volansky, Stowe Elementary; Averill McDowell, Stowe Middle; Kate Crouse & Carleen Zimbalatti, Stowe HS; Nora SK McDonough, Waitsfield Elementary. Subject matter is broad as well encompassing imagery that is abstract, figurative, imaginary, and practical.
Lynn Rublee, Education Coordinator at the Art Center as well as other staff will help select award winners among high school artists.
The exhibition is made possible by Partner: Robert Paul Galleries and by Sponsors: XPress Printing and Copying, Stowe Reporter, The Art Store, Black Cap Coffee, Cafe on Main, McCarthy’s Restaurant, Stowe Hardware and Dry Goods, and Stowe Ice Cream
Images: Maddie Schaal, Claire Driscoll, Bjorn Westervelt