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Carol Grillo Gallery

 

School of Visual and Performing Arts Student Invitational Exhibition/2015.

Wednesday, February 4 – Monday, April 27
Carol Grillo Gallery
Reception and Awards Ceremony:  Thursday, February 19
12:00-1:00 PM

Award winners and nominees highlight the exhibit of the most successful student responses to assignments in studio courses of the School of Visual and Performing Arts.  Works in the exhibit include ceramics, drawing, 3-D models, digital computerized 3-D space design, painting, photography, printmaking and graphic and interior design and other media.  Subjects include abstractions, architectural plans, figurative drawings, landscapes, nudes, portraiture, and typography.  From the exhibit, faculty assign three purchase awards, and the student population votes for the popular choice award.  All degree programs of the School are represented in the exhibit including Art Therapy, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Photography, and Studio Art.

Congratulations to our Student Invitational 2015 Award recipients:

First Place Award

Abby Hoffman, 2015

BFA Graphic Design                 

Model UN/Czech Republic

Print                           

 

Second Place                    

Two way tie:                     

Arturo Camacho, 2016

BFA Studio Art – Intermedia

My Head/Mi Mente

Book Art

                                                                                               

Amanda Mersereaw, 2016                

BFA Interior Design

Fred Astaire’s Movement Qualities

Textile Design

Third Place                         

 Two way tie:                     

Hannah Lee Smith, 2018

BFA Studio Art 2 D

Listen

Ceramics

                                                                                               

Alison Barker, 2018

BFA Studio Art

Still Life #1

Charcoal

 

Popular Choice:               

Suzanna Newman, 2016          

BFA Art Therapy

Mottled

Oil on Panel


two cordial cherries with lime green background   ceramic sculpture shoe with tree  portrait of woman oil on panel

Student work from left to right:

Thomas Fish, 2017
Cordial Cherries
Digital Image

Hannah Lee Smith, 2018
Listen
Ceramics

Samantha Hensel, 2017
McKenzie
Oil on panel

We hope you will stop by and vote for your favorite work of art and support our students.  If you have any questions, please contact Kathleen Moore at 978-232-2655 or kmoore@endicott.edu





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