Ten Proctor students will have their artwork on display at the AVA Gallery’s 9th Annual Best of the Upper Valley High School Exhibition from February 17 - March 10. For the third consecutive year, Proctor's art students submitted a wide array of pieces, from all visual and industrial arts disciplines, to the exhibit. An opening reception and awards ceremony will be held on Friday, February 17 for all exhibiting artists from the 18 high schools represented. We encourage anyone in the area to attend this opening reception as well. To learn more about the exhibit, visit the AVA Gallery site.
Congratulations to the following students for producing such remarkable work, and to Proctor's dynamic Arts Department faculty for fostering the type of learning environment that encourages students to take risks and explore their creative side.
Sarah Ferdinand '18 - “Industrialization", Oil on wood, 2017 (above)
Cole Mosner '17 - “Basse”, Steel, 2016
Crosleigh Thoms '17 - “Beavertail”, Charcoal on paper, 2017 (above)
Black and White Photography
Sydney Minnehan '17 - “Untitled”, Black and White Photo, 2017 (above)
Lilah Hillard '17 - “Whalebone”, Black and white photo, 2017
Matilda Peng '19 - “Untitled”, Digital Photo, 2017
Kelly Yu '17 - “Spring”, Stoneware, 2017 (above)
Daniel R. Pardo '17 - “Pentagon Pepper Grinder”, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Brass, 2017 (above)
Jared Abner '17 - “Cabinet”, Wood, 2016 Andrew J. Fox “Table”, Wood, 2017
Andrew J. Fox '18 - “Table”, Wood, 2017