Notre Dame Academy artists had amazing results in the jurying of the 2019 Regional Ohio Governor Youth Art Exhibition! This year nine NDA artworks were selected by six artists to move ahead to the competitive state jurying level. NDA was the ONLY Toledo Catholic high school with works progressing to the State jurying level.
The following artworks were selected :
Jenna Reichert (senior, ART IVH) for her mixed media composition entitled, “Through My Eyes” and also her scratch board entitled, “Coffee Shop by Street Light”. (“Through My Eyes” is currently off campus: pictured of piece to be added at a later date.)
Kathryn Geldien (senior, ART IVH) for her watercolor entitled, “Boston Rowing Center” and her scratch board entitled, “Midtown Majesty”.
Claire Pawlecki (senior, ART IVH) for her graphite drawing entitled, “An Artist on Paper”.
Cori Kemper (junior, IB Visual Arts Year I) for her chalk pastel entitled, “Sunset Over the Maumee River”.
Lillian Westcarr (junior, ART II) for her self-portrait entitled, “New Day”.
Rachel Miller (sophomore, Art II) for her self portrait entitled, “One the Inside” and her charcoal drawing entitled, “Repeated History”.
The Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition is dedicated to the educational and artistic advancement of our talented young people in the state of Ohio. The exhibition is open to all Ohio high schools, both public and private, chartered by the State of Ohio Department of Education. The purpose is to provide all budding young artists of the state with opportunities to advance their talent, whether that be through scholarships or simply experiencing the process of entering their work in a competition. The process of selecting artworks for the state exhibition begins on a regional level.