Members of the George School community are invited to view a new virtual art exhibit featuring work from members of the visual arts faculty. The exhibit will remain on display through Friday, February 12, 2021. A virtual gallery talk and reception is planned for Friday, January 29, 2021. While the works are on physical display in the Class of 1956 Gallery, Mollie Dodd Anderson Library, the accompanying virtual gallery will allow the global George School community to view and appreciate the works.
“It is important to have art exhibitions like this, even when we are virtual,” commented Amedeo Salamoni, gallery coordinator. “Art is an important part of people’s lives.”
George School Arts Department faculty are also working artists, exhibiting work on a national and international level. On exhibit are works by
- Jō Adachi, painting and drawing
- Danielle Picard-Sheehan, photography and digital imaging
- Susan Ross, graphic design
- Amedeo Salamoni, ceramics and sculpture
- Carter Sio ’76, woodworking and furniture design
“Our students have the opportunity to see their teachers as artists in their own right,” said Amedeo. “Shows like this are important to our students as a teaching and learning tool.”
Watch the gallery talk on Friday, January 29 at 1:30 p.m. is available to the general public at: https://vimeo.com/504903492/f1fbfbb43f
Submit questions to the Artists after the gallery talk using this form.