York County Middle Schools Art Show

OUR BEST MEMORIES FROM THE MIDDLE SCHOOLS SHOW OPENING RECEPTION THIS YEAR

 

For the second time in our gallery, we are hosting artwork from all the Middle Schools in York County. The show runs from May 7 to 28, 2017 with a reception on Sunday May 7th from 2-4 pm. These older children are bolder in their creative approach to art. You will be amazed at the creativity and originality coming from grades 6-8. The work hung and displayed the same as in a professional gallery. The Middle School Art Show is a judged show and awards were given out the top three in their categories along with honorable mentions.

The show is located at On the Hill Gallery, 402 Main Street in Historic Yorktown, and is open Tuesday through Sunday. The York County Arts Commission, Virginia Arts Commission and the National Endowment of the Arts support the Yorktown Arts Foundation and On the Hill Gallery in its endeavors to encourage the arts in our community.

2017 WINNERS

1 place – Self portrait in black & white, Tristyn Johnson, Acrylic, Grade 7, QLMS
2 place – Self portrait in green and violet, Ellie Wendt, Acrylic, Grade 8, QLMS
3 place – Marker Abstract, Damell Lawrence, Colored markers, Grade 8, QLMS

Self portrait in black & white

1st place – Self portrait in black & white – Tristyn Johnson, Acrylic, grade 7, QLMS

Self portrait in green and violet

2nd place – Self portrait in green and violet – Acrylic, Ellie Wendt, Grade 8, QLMS

Marker Abstract

3rd place – Marker Abstract – Colored markers, Damell Lawrence, Grade 8, QLMS

Honorable mentions:
– Realistic abstract, Pastel, Leah Cabosky, Grade 7, TMS
– Koala Bear, paper sculpture, Belle King, QLMS
– Still life, Charcoal, Sara Butcher, Grade 8, TMS
– Black Wolf, paper sculpture, Penny Brooks, Grade 8, QLMS
– Stamped pillow, Fabric and Paint, Tania Shah, Grade 8, TMS
– Pop Art, Tempera on paper, Dennis Furletov, Grade 8, TMS

yorktown art classes

York County Elementary Schools Art Show

York County School Division
Elementary Schools

As a part of our mission statement to support the arts, our favorite time is the children’s art show. This year we are hosting our annual York County Elementary Children’s Art Show March 5 to 26th at On the Hill Gallery.

Each teacher from every elementary school has chosen a selection of student’s work to be hung in a professional gallery setting. The exhibit will open on March 5th accompanied by a reception.

Each York County Elementary School is invited to participate in this exhibit.

Art teachers from each school select the best of several mediums to be displayed. From painting and drawing to sculpture and mixed media, the children bring their best. Children receive a certificate of merit for their participation. We hope that this experience inspires the children to explore the world of art and develop an appreciation of art and all that it offers.

 

Last year we were amazed at the talent shown by these emerging artists, this year proposes to be even better. The children will have their work hung in a real gallery setting just as we do for our artists. This is an opportunity to experience the beautiful work our future artists are creating. A reception will be held on March 5th from 2-4 pm. If you cannot attend the reception, please stop by during the time their work is on display and support the children in their endeavors.

The show is located at On the Hill Gallery 402 Main Street in Historic Yorktown, and is open Tuesday through Sunday. The York County Arts Commission, Virginia Arts Commission and the National Endowment of the Arts support the Yorktown Arts Foundation and On the Hill Gallery in its endeavors to encourage the arts in our community.

Monotypes   (Children’s Art Classes on Third Sundays)

November 20, 2016

Time: 1 – 3 p.m.
Fee: $25.00/per session/per student
Instructor: Angie Mack

This is a project oriented class, students will leave class with unique pieces of artwork created by the most painterly method among printmaking techniques.

Students will learn the basic concepts of print making on a plexi glass plate while applying a variety of mediums (paint, ink), creating texture and developing relief patterns.
Fun is sure to be had by all.

Students are welcome to bring their own inspiration for designs.
Dress for mess.

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