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Presenting Your 2014 Student/Faculty Show

2-D work by students at The Art League.
2-D work by students at The Art League.
Foreground: Girl Power Bench
Foreground: The steel-and-wood Girl Power Bench by Tracy Maguire, who took Donna Reinsel’s class, Metal Sculpture. Girl Power Bench was one of the Equal Merit Award winners.

2014 Student/Faculty Show
February 19–March 2
Closing Reception: Sunday, March 2, 2:00 pm

One of this blog’s most revisited themes is that, whatever your passion and wherever your skill level is, there’s some class at The Art League where you can make something to be proud of.

But sometimes seeing is more convincing than reading, so if you don’t believe us, get down to this year’s Student/Faculty Show, and do it soon — it closes March 2! (We’ll have a closing reception at 2:00 pm, including refreshments.)

The Student/Faculty show is an annual exhibit, and it’s our way of showing off what our students and instructors at The Art League School can do. When you see something that makes you say “Wow, I want to learn how to do that,” just take a look at the tag and you’ll see the class it was made in, along with the instructor’s name.

Join us Sunday, March 2 for the closing reception, and invite your friends to come see! Photos of the award winners and the more of the exhibit are below:

Student 2-D work

Faculty work by painting, drawing, ceramics, and fiber arts instructors.
Faculty work by painting, drawing, ceramics, and fiber arts instructors.
From Jimmy Powers's Stained Glass students: Wheel of Fire, top, by Ann Abercrombie, and Fabric of Life by Nicole Mahoney.
From Jimmy Powers’s Stained Glass students: Wheel of Fire, top, by Ann Abercrombie, and Fabric of Life by Nicole Mahoney.

fabric-of-life

This untitled painting by Michelle Simoneau won the Jennie Lea Knight Award. Michelle was a student in Beverly Ryan's class, Abstract in Oil and Acrylic.
This untitled painting by Michelle Simoneau won the Jennie Lea Knight Award. Michelle was a student in Beverly Ryan’s class, Abstract in Oil or Acrylic.
This untitled piece by Nada Abizaid won the Dennis Davis Award. Nada was a student in Blair Meerfeld's ceramics class.
This untitled piece by Nada Abizaid won the Dennis Davis Award. Nada was a student in Blair Meerfeld’s ceramics class.
Reflections by Milton Shinberg won the Potomac Valley Watercolorists Award. Milton was a student in Peter Ulrich's watercolor class.
Reflections by Milton Shinberg won the Potomac Valley Watercolorists Award. Milton was a student in Peter Ulrich’s watercolor class.
Sculptures by Art League students.
Sculptures by Art League students.
Games People Play by Ellen V. Krieger, who took Nick Barnes's Silver Jewelry class.
Games People Play by Ellen V. Krieger, who took Nick Barnes’s Silver Jewelry class.
Student/Faculty Show
Student work.
Student/Faculty Show
Student work.
Faculty work.
Faculty work.
Faculty work.
Faculty work.

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