Several Upper School student artists were selected for regional art shows.
Congratulations to Lindsey Callaway '17 and Margaret McMahon '19 for being selected to participate in Baltimore's Youth Art Month County Wide High School Exhibit. The artists' reception was held on March 3rd at the Baltimore County Artist Guild in Catonsville. Maryland's First Lady of Maryland, Yumi Hogan, presented awards.
Lindsey Callaway '17 received Honorable Mention for Excellence in Visual Arts for her piece entitled, "It's Not an Excuse, It's a Reality."
Enjoy the gallery of photos by art teacher Sarah Sachs and parent Chuck McMahon.
Check out the official State of Maryland pics from the event, too.
Each year, GFS artists are recognized in the Young Artist Showcase, held this year on March 10th at the Towson Arts Collective. Congratulations to Seniors Nia Tyson, Hanwen Yang and Leigh Hardy on having work selected for the show, which highlights the work of talented artists in Baltimore City and County public, parochial and independent schools.
This year, only three entries were allowed per school in three categories: Drawing/Graphic Design; Photography; and Painting/Mixed Media. Hanwen Yang won First Place for her pastel "Embrace" in the Drawing/Graphic Design category. Leigh Hardy won Second Place for her watercolor/pencil piece 'Baltimore" in the Painting/Mixed Media category.
Check out the Towson Arts Collective Facebook gallery, too.