Maryland’s First Lady Yumi Hogan is again hosting a special exhibition of artwork created by Maryland students in the House of Delegates Gallery Space in Annapolis. The exhibition features work by 44 students from 22 Maryland local school systems. The First Lady held an opening reception for student artists and their families on Wednesday, November 6.
St. Michaels Middle High School students Ava Reid (10) and Georgia Kline (12) both have artwork displayed at the exhibition. Georgia’s piece is a Batik, which is a wax resist media on muslin, completed in her Advanced Placement Studio Art class taught by Mrs. Bridget Whited. Ava, who is a sophomore, created her piece in her Principles of Arts, Media and Communications class taught by Mr. Chris Pittman. It is a digital painting made in the Adobe Photoshop graphic design program.
The Fall 2019 Student Artwork Exhibition is a partnership between Maryland First Lady Yumi Hogan, the Maryland State Department of Education, the Office of Fine Arts, the Maryland Art Education Association, and the Maryland State Arts.
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