Young Artists at Greeley
Congratulations to the five Greeley artists who received Northeast Regional Scholastic Arts Awards for their creations.
Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity, and talent of our nation's youth, and provided opportunities for creative teens to be celebrated.
The very best works submitted to local programs. Gold Key works are automatically considered for national recognition.
Kelly Liu – "Cage of Trees" – Digital Art
Rebecca Putnam – "Bunny Love" – Photography
Stand-out works that demonstrate exceptional ability.
Linda Zhang – "Flower Boy" – Drawing & Illustration
Accomplished works showing great skill and potential.
Cali Cuneo – "Apple-Picking" – Photography
Mary (Jiale) Ma – "Leon" – Digital Art
Rebecca Putnan – "Pick Me" – Photography
Linda Zhang – "Foreigner" – Drawing & Illustration
Linda Zhang – "Reflections" – Drawing & Illustration
Congratulations to the thirteen seniors who represented Horace Greeley High School at the Katonah Museum of Art's 36th Annual Young Artists Exhibition, which ran from February 10th to March 3rd.
Katherine Du – "BEAUTY IS PAIN(T)" – Saran Wrap / Acrylic Paint
Lucy Hafitz – "I'm Hooked" – Color Pencil
Sarah Kugelmas – "Inner Fire" – Color Pencil
Sydney Ludl – "Untitled" – Charcoal
Reed Putnam – "Untitled" – Wood / Nails / Rubber Bands
Jordan Rattner – "Untitled" – Digital Media
Hannah Rosenberg – "Untitled" – Digital Photography
Lucy Schwartzreich – "Untitled"- Oil Paint
Moira Semel – "Again, I Am New Opet Jsem Novy" – Mixed Media
Riley Stauss – "Knife" – Metal / Cherry Wood
Linda Zhang – "Foreigner" – Digital Photography
The artists also had the opportunity to learn about and participate in every aspect of the exhibition process, from creating the exhibit's invitation in a graphic design workshop to writing artist statements. The students also learned about the concepts and skills involved in curating and hanging a professional exhibition.
YOUNG ARTISTS 2019 Graphic Design Workshop
Students from each participating high school were selected by their teachers to participate in a full-day workshop led by graphic design educators from the Bedford Central Schools and analyzed the elements of successful design.
Greeley students Maddie Gaudet and Claire Mullens were introduced to contemporary examples of graphic art preparation for their own work.
From these works, one piece was selected by the workshop participants and Katonah Museum Board, staff and volunteers on the basis of originality of concept, execution of the idea and how well it represents the Young Artists exhibition.
HG's 2018 Quaker Yearbook was recognized with a First Place Award by the American Scholastic Press Association. An achievement highlighted by earning a perfect 30-out-of-30 points for creativity!