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See What Our Students Paint, Sculpt, Print, Weld, Weave …

Stained glass bike
Foreground: Riding Free by Ann Abercrombie, who took Stained Glass with instructor Jimmy Powers.

We love sharing photos and videos of students in action in our classrooms — but what’s even better is the annual Student/Faculty Show, where you can see in person what our student body has done in the past year!

Student head study
Hermes Head Study (detail) by Irina Parshikova, a student in Thanasi Papapostolou’s Figure Sculpture class.
faculty-teapots
Foreground: Work by ceramics instructors Joan Ulrich, Susan Cohen, and Susan Greenleaf.

The Art League’s students and our wonderful faculty bring out their best work for this exhibit, so make sure you see it by Sunday, March 1! The closing reception will be held that day from 2:00–4:00 pm.

Each piece is labeled with the artist’s name and the class they took, so if anything has you thinking “Hey, I want to do that,” take a closer look and browse the catalog here!

faculty-wall
Artwork by instructors Tea Okropiridze (tapestry), George Tkabladze (sculpture), and Scott Hutchison (drawing and painting).
Soft Serve - ceramic
Foreground: Soft Serve by Amanda Traub, who took ceramics classes with Blair Meerfeld.
faculty-paintings
Paintings by Art League instructors (clockwise from right) John Murray, Peter Ulrich, and Robert Liberace.
debonair-monkey
Debonair Monkey by ceramics instructor Kathlyn J. Avila.

More photos and news to come, including the announcement of the student awards!

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Did you know: The Art League's Art Camp is the longest running visual arts camp in the area! We've been here for more than 30 years! While sadly we can't find any photos from the '80s (please let us know if you have any lying around), let's take a look back at the last several years of burgeoning kid artists and eight years of fun at Art Camp!

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