“Visions” Juried High School Art Exhibition, Fall 2022

The “Visions” Juried Art Exhibition celebrates the outstanding creative achievements of current high school students. This juried competition is organized by the Fine Arts Program of the School of Design + Art at Marymount University.

Participating Artists:

Ella Adamec, Monica Barefoot, Corinne Breyault, Alexandra Burn, Marceline Castrillon, Ben Chapuis, Tenzin Chen, Nusibha Choudhury, Pia Cruz, Chloe Dehn, Ava Figueredo, Anna Ford, Joe Giacomo, Elizabeth Goddard, Belen Hailu, Gabrielle Harber, Jorge Hernandez, Jaye Huff, Simone Ichwantoro, Lucia Jacobsen, Andrea Kim, Zaneta Kocourkova, Zoe Korejwo, Brianna Le, Natalie Moon, Gilbert Parker, Meijin Patil, Holly Purcell, Maryam Ross, Karina Satoskar, Phoebe Schaible, Rhiannon Stevens, Aiden Tong, Julia Whiffen

Juror: Mary Early

Mary Early lives and works in Washington, DC. She studied at Bennington College, and her work has been shown regionally, nationally, and internationally. Exhibitions in Washington, DC, include the U.S. Botanic Garden, Washington Project for the Arts, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Hemphill Fine Arts, and American University Museum, and she is a recipient of 11 Artist Fellowship Grants from the DC Commission on Arts & Humanities. Her exhibitions in Europe include Galerie Im Ersten (Vienna), and Kloster Schloss Salem and Kunstlerbund Tubingen in Germany. Early is currently director of HEMPHILL Artworks, Washington, DC, and serves on the boards of Hamiltonian Artists and Washington Sculptors Group. She has particular interests in public art and community engagement, as well as the materials and processes of contemporary sculpture.

Opening Reception:

Date: Wednesday, November 9
Time: 6:00 – 7:30pm
Location: Barry Gallery, Marymount University Main Campus, 2807 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington. Barry Gallery is located in the Reinsch Library Building, near the 26th Street entrance to campus.

Sample Images from the In-Person Exhibition:

Banner Image: Detail from Gilbert Parker, Wakefield High School, Crow Hunt, 2022 digital photography, 13″ x 19″