If you are looking for something to do during the holiday break, you may want to take a stroll through some virtual galleries filled with the stellar artwork of ninth and tenth grade Studio Art Major students.
From intriguing self-portraits to colorful sunset paintings, the pieces reflect inspiration related to a special place or identity.
“I was so pleasantly surprised to see such a variety of responses from the students to two different prompts that they were given,” said Upper School Visual Arts Chair Cheryl Hajjar. “Their formats, styles and even media are all very unique.”
This fall art exhibition will be on display online through the rest of the year, with additional mini gallery shows to come.