2019 Senior Art Show

Art from the Senior Art Show

This year’s Senior Show features the work of 17 artists who have spent the past two terms in Senior Studio – a class where no projects are assigned, which creates an environment for students that closely resembles a professional working artist’s environment. Students set up their own workspaces and develop their own artistic practice. They make art daily, research the work of professional artists, reflect about their work, participate in critiques, read about the creative process, and discuss their work with each other. The class is taught by Rebecca Roberts, with consultation from David Ingenthron and Sejal Patel. 

This year’s show is comprised of an intellectually diverse group of artists. Read about their works — and learn more about the students themselves — in the Senior Show 2019 booklets available in the gallery.

The 2019 show:

  • Human, by Joshua Browne. Materials: ceramic and fake flowers.
  • Alphabet, by Ella Cushman. Materials: pen on paper
  • HOV, by Jackson Danforth. Materials: charcoal on paper
  • Pachamama, by Lia Darling. Materials: colored pen, acrylic, watercolor, ink, charcoal, maps, coffee filters, and photographs on paper
  • Cityline, by Flora Doremus. Materials: acrylic paint and sharpie on canvas board
  • One Thing, by Joshua Feldman. Materials: color digital prints, hand painted frames
  • Firenze DVD, by Jacob Florence. Materials: video projection and digital Inkjet color print
  • Bloom & To Oblivion, by Alexander Jin. Materials: oil on canvas
  • Self-Love (a series), by Meggee Joseph. Materials: pastel and gold leaf on paper
  • 2000 whatever, by Nico Love. Materials: acryic on canvas
  • Reaching & Peering, by Devin Martin. Materials: acrylic on canvas
  • Bostonian Dreams, by Kenzie Morris. Materials: digital prints, pillows, wallpaper, and chairs
  • Wildlife, by William Philbin-Cross. Materials: charcoal on paper
  • Self-Portrait, by Alana Press. Materials: pen and watercolor on paper
  • Square Eyes, by Izzy Ramras. Materials: ink on paper
  • Contemporary, Positive/Analog, Negative by Emmett Wickham-Decter. Materials: Inkjet prints, lightbox, 4×5 negatives, large format camera.
  • Connect Four, by Ella Wise. Materials: acrylic on gesso board

Stop by The Gallery and the Visual and Performing Arts Center Lobby  to see the final products and learn more about each individual artist. The show is open now through June 7. You can also check out our Senior Show 2019 Instagram highlight for a sneak peek of the works and see more photos on SmugMug.

Watch the following video to see more of the Senior Studio process.

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