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SRCS Students' Art In Robideau/Lamitie-King Juried Student Art Show

 

Kariwiiostha Dupree (L), grade 11, shows her piece "Sisters" (bottom left) Acrylic on Vinyl, which won Honorable Mention. Noreen Bautista (R), grade 11, shows her piece "The Modern Savanna" (top right) Mixed Media on canvas.

On Saturday, April 16, 2016, the 15th Annual Robideau/Lamitie-King Juried Student Art Show Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony was held at the Wead Library in Malone, NY. The exhibit features artwork from six area schools including Brushton-Moira, Chateaugay, Malone Middle School, Franklin Academy, Holy Family, and Salmon River. Salmon River Central had 30 middle and high school artists represented.

High School Art Teacher Mrs. Jeni Backus said, "Participating in this show is one of the highlights of our school year. We want to thank Beverly Quenville, The Wead Library and the Foothills ARTSociety for all of their efforts and support in highlighting the talent of our local student artists. The arts provide an outlet for so many of our students. Opportunities like this exhibit help to show our students and community members the true importance of art education. I am honored to be a part of our art program at SRC. We have so much to celebrate!"

The juror was Susan Hoffer, an art instructor from North Country Community College. Bev Quenville, Foothills ARTSociety, said, "She [Hoffer] was impressed with art which showed a strong student voice, exhibited good craftsmanship, was ambitious, including time spent, and showed good visual development of the idea."

Award winners from Salmon River included:

Middle School Award: Mixed Media/Other - Mason White

High School Awards:

Sculpture - Niiostosera'ah Thompson "Big Mocs to Fill"

Honorable Mention - Colonie Gray "Bent", Kariwiiostha Dupree "Sisters", Wraven Sunday "In the Shadows", Adriana Reardon "Under the Sea"

All the Salmon River High School pieces that were selected for the Robideau/Lamitie-King Juried Student Art Show. Photo courtesy of Jeni Backus.

Middle School Art Teacher Mrs. Layla Mayville said, "I'm so proud of the artwork my middle school students create! They are extremely talented and inspire me every day. It's wonderful to have so many art events that allow us to showcase their talent. Congrats to all the students who were on display."

The art will be on display until May 5, 2016 on the third floor of the Wead Library, 64 Elm Street, Malone, NY. Library and exhibit hours are Monday to Friday 10:00am to 8:00pm and Saturday 10:00am to 3:00pm.

Congratulations to all of the Salmon River participants! They were Alison Harvey, Aliana Hart, Makayla Bigtree, Jenna French, Noreen Bautista, Colonie Gray, Kariwiiostha Dupree, Zach Smith, Wraven Sunday, Adriana Reardon, Niiostosera'ah Thompson, Alan Jacobs, Isabella Thompson, Chrissy Benedict, Meagan Mitchell, Kendall Jock, Jordan White, Margaret Lazore, Iohehtiio Peters-Martin, Donivan Diabo, Ronald Wood-Terrance, Kayla Cunningham, Hunter McDonald, Mason White, Mackenzie Premo, Sierra Riley, Shaylin Thompson and Kiyah French.

 

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