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Juried '10 Fine Arts Student Exhibition

Jenna Jarosz '11, King Award WinnerApril 8- May 1

The Juried Fine Arts Student Exhibition celebrated its 10th anniversary with a selection of student works from the studio classroom in a diverse range of media, including paintings, drawings, prints, photography, clay, and mixed media. Each year selections are made by distinguished jurors, with awards for outstanding works presented opening night.

The Juried '10 exhibition, which featured talks, student musical performances, and poetry readings from the Oxford Companions, encouraged performance arts and literary talents within the student body.

The exhibit opened April 9, with 40 students displaying their work. The exhibited works were selected out of 120 submissions.

This year, two alumni were invited to be the jurors: Amanda McGowan ('07 sociology) and Ashley Capachione ('07 fine arts).

McGowan works at McGowan (no relation) Fine Art in Concord, and Capachione works at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.

Juried Exhibition Awards

Finalists:
Catherine Carroll '12, "Moshed Up," ink jet print/Photoshop
RhondaLeigh Dauphinais, '10, "Eggs," charcoal on paper
Alexandra Noe, '12, "Elegance," gelatin silver print

Honorable Mention:
Daniel Bohenek,'10, "To Wash the Disciples' Feet," clay and glaze

King Award:
Jennifer Ryan Jarosz '11, "Hit the Fan (triptych)," acrylic on board

Drawn From Life Award:
Jeffrey Donnis '12, "Movement Study (Gesture)," vine charcoal on paper

Juror's Award:
Jas Numanović '13, "Actress" (after Pierre-Auguste Renoir), oil on panel

Cappella Award:
RhondaLeigh Dauphinais '10, "Saint Anselm: A Study in Mixed Processes," acrylic on paper
Will Suglia '11, "Still Life with Tea Pot," silverpoint, pen and ink, pastels on blue prepared paper