The artwork of eight Broadalbin-Perth High School students will be featured at the 2022 Paul Nigra Regional Art show. The pieces will be on display to the public from March 10 through April 14 with an opening reception and awards ceremony from 4-7 p.m. on March 17. The reception and awards ceremony are open to the public.
“It is always exciting to see my students’ artwork in a show. It is a great experience for them to see their own artwork in a professional setting,” said high school art teacher Wendy Carroll. “They have worked hard to complete these projects especially after two years of the pandemic. I am very proud of what they have accomplished!”
In addition to student artwork, the main show will feature pieces of art created by artists who hail from New York’s Fulton, Montgomery and neighboring counties.
For more information, go to https://www.pncreativeartscenter.org/
- Alix Shrome grade 10 “Cat’s eye”
- Laurel Mitchell grade 9 “White-Tailed Deer”
- Amelia Germain grade 9 “Dog”
- Jaiden Farrington grade 10 “Landscape”
- Keira McDougall grade 9 “Portrait”
- Lauryn Donahue grade 10 “Untitled”
- Felix Spilken grade 12 “Tempura Shrimp”
- Maria Stewart grade 12 “Milksnake”