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New Artists 2017
High School Students Art Exhibition

On Exhibit
March 9
April 22, 2017

Opening Reception
Thursday, March 9, 2017
5:00 - 7:00 PM
Admission: Free/Open to the Public

2016 Curator's Choice Award
Angel Reve Gonzales
“Shattered Reality” is a mixed media piece whose outside appearance tricks the viewer into believing that the sculpture is composed of bronze; however, one lift will reveal that the work was created with paper mache and ingeniously painted using a process that gives the appearance of oxidized metal. Angel says that “this piece was based on how I feel and music influences help bring it to life. I was inspired by a Spanish painter, Maria Blanchard. Her paintings had those lovely soft curves to sharp, hard edges that fit so well together.” Ms. Gonzales is a student in Josh Mohler’s art class at FHS, and receives a cash award of $100 as well as a one year Hockaday Museum membership.
Angel Gonzales Curators Choice Winner
Shattered Reality
Angel Reve Gonzales
Flathead High School, Grade 11
Mixed Media, 24" x 15" x 10"

2016 People's Choice Award
Heather Luedke
The People’s Choice Award was captured by Heather Luedke for “Elephant Dust Storm”, a 15” x 13” watercolor painting inspired by nature and her grandmother. Heather is in her Senior year at Whitefish High School, studying art with Mr. Collinsworth. Heather says “I grew up around my grandma painting and as soon as I was old enough to learn, she began to teach me. Now, every time I paint, I am reminded of her. I chose to paint this piece because nature is something that is very important to me.” Heather receives a one year membership to the Hockaday.
Heather Luedke Peoples Choice Award
Elephant Dust Storm
Heather Luedke
Whitefish High School, Grade 12
Watercolor, 15" x 13"

About the Exhibit
This  annual  exhibition showcases the artistic accomplishments of students attending local high schools.  The talent of these young and upcoming artists is exemplified by the paintings, drawings, sculptures, jewelry and mixed media pieces provided by each school.
 

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