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StArt and finish: A gallery of student artwork

Posted By Peter D. Kramer On January 21, 2013 @ 12:00 pm In High School Arts | Comments Disabled

Here’s a look at some of the 90 works featured in the Seventh Annual Regional High School StArt Exhibition at Concordia College’s OSilas Gallery in Bronxville through Jan. 27. (Read a story about one of the entries, “Masquerade,” by Bronxville junior Grace Naef, here.) [1]The works are from 30 schools in Rockland, Westchester, and Fairfield counties, and The Bronx:


Ursuline School twelfth-grader Christin Farina’s entry, “Blurred Reality,” created in mixed media, is one of 90 pieces showing in the 7th Annual OSilas Gallery Regional High School StArt Exhibition at Concordia College in Bronxville through Jan. 27. The texting girl is surrounded by plastic army men fixed to the canvas and spattered with paint.




Walter Panas High School ninth-grader Wylie Thornquist’s entry, “The City of Sarawak” created in pencil, is one of 90 pieces showing in the 7th Annual OSilas Gallery Regional High School StArt Exhibition at Concordia College in Bronxville. It is a study in perspective and detail. The books in the bookstore are detailed and precise. On the second floor of the bookstore hangs a cat version of the Mona Lisa.



Ardsley High School twelfth-grader Laura Generale’s entry, “Untitled,” is a mosaic created in rubber cement and paper. Below, a detail from that work.




Archbishop Stepinac High School twelfth-grader Anthony Macchiano’s entry, “Full Body Collage” created in collaged media.



John Jay High School eleventh-grader Charlotte Holden’s entry, “Corkscrew, Creating Metal without the use of Black or Grey” created in colored pencil. And yes, those are not blacks or greys.



Convent of the Sacred Heart twelfth-grader (Polly) Parisa Bruce’s entry, “Sweet Inspirations: Spanky,” created in acrylic on canvas.



Keio Academy of New York eleventh-grader Yuki Kawaguchi’s entry, “Point of View” created in paper and pencil.



Harrison High School twelfth-grader Sara Purinton’s entry, “Organic Origins,” created in multi-media.



Bronxville High School eleven-grader Grace Naef’s entry, “Masquerade,” in graphite pencil.



Clarkstown High School North eleventh-grader Meagan Hirschi’s entry, “Untitled” created in clay, glaze and glitter.



Scardale High School twelfth-grader Mayra DeGouveia’s entry, “Suspended” (foreground), was created in polychrome, styrofoam, wire mesh, and brass wire.



A collection of artworks from Tuckahoe High School students Isabella Geraci, Karli Bendlin and Alice Cabrera.



Keio Academy of New York twelfth-grader Marie Uemura’s entry, titled “Marie U Moda” created in cloth, paint and thread.


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[1] (Read a story about one of the entries, “Masquerade,” by Bronxville junior Grace Naef, here.) : http://theater.lohudblogs.com/2013/01/21/bronxville-student-artist-unmasks-a-winning-drawing/

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