Wonderful Senior Art Show at the William F. Laman Public Library in North Little Rock. The announcement for the new student art permanent art gallery selections were presented. They include Ben Gatewood a digital photograph, Lily Warren a mixed media Governor's Judge Award piece, Abbie Martin a canvas painting, and Madison Davis painting on a panel. The works will be professional framed and displayed in the Upper School for many years to come.
UCA College of Fine Arts and Communication has selected Erbie Jennings III, Laying the Foundation
For the “Imagine the Inclusive School of the Future” art exhibit, on view September 1-30, 2017 at the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site Visitor Center. The outstanding quality of the work and the historical significance of the 60th commemoration, the Central High Visitor Center has invited Erbie to donate his artwork to the National Park Service as part of the Little Rock Central High School 60th commemoration archive.
“Imagine the Inclusive School of the Future” art exhibit, on view September 1-30, 2017 at the Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site Visitor Center, 2120 W. Daisy L. Gatson Bates Dr., Little Rock 72207. Congratulations to Erbie for his outstanding art work.
Congratulations to Lily Warren
2017 Governor’s Young Art Competition and Exhibit at the Arkansas Governor’s Mansion. On Saturday, May 13, at 3 p.m. Lily Warren’s submission “Open Strings” was awarded the “Judge’s Award” in the Governor’s 2017 Young Artist Competition.
Alisha Duvall, the painted piano student director, presented our piano to the city of Little Rock. The piano will now be in the city for people to play. Special thanks to the artists who worked for months on the design and painting of the piano. Seniors Dayhe Kim, Yingyue Wang, and Alisha Duvall transformed a older piano donated by Piano Craft into a original work of art. We are so proud of our little piano.
On May 8th Congressman French Hill hosted the Congressional Art Reception at the Historic Arkansas Museum. The following artists participated in this years competition: Ben Gatewood, London Jones, Kristopher Wright, Heather Harpole, Steven Angtuaco, and Presley Fletcher. Photos below include the artist reception with Congressman French Hill and students with their submissions. Great job students representing Episcopal Collegiate School.
Congratulations to our AYAA State Art Award Winners:
2nd Acrylics Expressive Lily Warren
2nd Mixed Media Low Relief Lily Warren
3rd Mixed Media Expressive 2D Lily Warren
3rd Ryan Wisley Watercolor Abstract/Non Objective
1st Fiber Arts Abstract/Non Objective Kobi Greer
1st Painting First Year Dayhe Kim
HM First Year All Dry Media Presley Fletcher
We had a wonderful day outside in the sunshine after we dropped of our entries and grabbed a bite to eat for breakfast. Then we toured the Butler Center art gallery, walked in the Sculpture Park along the river, ate lunch,and ended our day by viewing the hundreds of works of art from high school students from all over the State of Arkansas. Congratulations to all the art students for a fun day of art.