Art Exhibitions Showcase Outstanding Student Work

Mauren Whalen '23
"Wrinkles of the Water" by Maura Whalen '23

The art galleries at George School have come alive with outstanding student artwork this spring season. The All School Art Show is on display from Saturday, April 30, 2022, until Monday, May 23, 2022, and includes work from all visual arts classes. Photography, Digital Imaging, Painting & Drawing, Senior Studio, and Graphic Design work, curated by the Arts Department faculty are on display in the Walton Center Gallery, the Class of 1956 Gallery in the  Mollie Dodd Anderson Library, and in the Main Gallery. Ceramics and Woodworking projects are on display in Hallowell Lobby and in Marshall for the first week of the exhibition, through the end of Alumni Weekend. It is an exciting time of year for our community as we share their work and celebrate their accomplishments.

The International Baccalaureate Art Show was on exhibit from Monday, April 11 through Friday, April 29, 2022. “The IB Show is a culmination of two years of intense work by the students in the IB Visual Arts program,” shared Ceramics & Sculpture teacher Amedeo Salamoni. “Students take the time to curate and set up their own intricate exhibitions. These collections are very thought out and focused on their individual IB themes.”

Advanced Placement Art students shared their artwork with the community from April 12 through April 29, 2022, in the Main Gallery. Painting & Drawing teacher, Jō Adachi said, “AP Studio Art students were asked to develop an inquiry to guide their creative process in what is called Sustained Investigation. In this work, students were asked to submit fifteen digital images that demonstrate their investigation and works of art. The exhibition represents the completed works of art that were guided by their inquiry.”

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