VVHS Art Student’s Display Projects At Galleries

The Valley View High School art department has had several events during the second semester where students have showcased their artwork.  

In March student Dylan Johnson received a Best of Show at the Miamisburg Art Gallery Student Exhibit held at the Miamisburg Art Gallery.  Dylan’s painting “When Life Gives You Lemons; Paint Them Beautiful” was on display.  Dylan worked really hard and was able to grasp the techniques taught for this project by high school art Teacher, Mrs. Steineker.  This was part of an Advanced Art project taught each year at the High School.    

Dylan Johnson, “When Life Gives You Lemons” Best of Show at the Miamisburg Art Gallery

 

Additional art students who exhibited projects at the Miamisburg Art Gallery included, Ashlyn Vest with a mixed media collage, receiving first place; Maci Langford with a pencil mandala; Grace Hicks with a color mandala.  The Miamisburg Art Guild sponsors a student exhibit for several local high school students.  Gallery members and a jury decide on the winners.  

Ashlyn Vest, mixed media collage, 1st place at Miamisubrg Art Guild Student Exhibit

Maci Langford with her pencil mandala (at her right shoulder). Also pictured a color mandala drawn by Grace Hicks

Art projects have also been displayed at the K-12 Tejas Gallery in Dayton.  Receiving Honorable Mention at the Scholastic Regional Art Competition in February was Madison Miller. She displayed her packing tape art project where over 1400 pieces were submitted.  Madison’s project was one of 250 selected to be displayed in the exhibit.  In March Lexie Brewer also received a honorable mention for her self portait drawing.  

Madison Miller with Mrs. Steinecker at the Scholastic Regional Art Competition. Madison’s packing tape project was one of 250 selected to be exhibited. She received an honorable mention for her project.

Lexie Brewer received an honorable mention for her self portrait at the Scholastic Regional Art Competitin. Her project was displayed at the K-12 Tejas Gallery in Dayton.