Jacksonville Center to feature artwork by Floyd County high schoolers Dec. 7-Jan. 12
Beginning Dec. 7, The Jacksonville Center for the Arts Hayloft Gallery will showcase more than 120 pieces of artwork by Floyd County High School students. The art exhibit will run through Jan. 12, 2013.
The 62 participating students are: Haley Atkins, Kaylen Bowman, Holly Britt, Brandey Brooks, Sweet Bullard, Amelia Coartney, Hunter Cochran, Hannah Cox, Morgan Cox, Kaitlin Custer, Matthew Custer, Bethany Duncan, Bradley Duncan, Ashley Dunn, Courtney Foster, Josh Gallimore, Brittany Goad, Jordan Goff, Makayla Harrison, Rachel Henson, Nathan Higgs, William Holdren, Amber Huff, Joe Huffman, Gabbi Howard, Bethany Hunley, Emily Justice, Callie Keith, Rachel Landreth, Nathalie Lucas, Bethany Martin, Mellea Mead, Abby Memitt, Caylee Merril, Devon Merrill, Molly McClain, Katie McCloud, Amber Mitchell, Devin Patrick, Mary Phillips, Sarah Phillips, Michaela Pratt, Brooke Quesenberry, Laken Quesenberry, Zachary Quesenberry, Heather Ramsey, Brianna Ratcliff, Kenna Robertson, Jordan Roscoe, Rebekah Roscoe, Catherine Rumburg, Samantha Slater, Megan Smith, Xena Smith, Johnathan Snead, Draken Thompson, Sam Turman, Danielle Wade, Logan Weeks, Julia Wendelin, Katie West and Josh Whitlow.
“The Jax has made an ongoing commitment to showcasing our community’s youth in the Hayloft Gallery Exhibit for almost a decade now,” said John McEnhill, executive director. “With the support of Kimberly Ingram and Sarah McCormick, the art teachers at Floyd County High School, we look forward to this year’s exhibit of work by Floyd County High School students.”
“The talented students from Floyd County High School have worked hard to contribute extraordinary artwork. This exhibit will reflect a semester of work from Art I, Drawing II, Crafts, Painting, and Sculpture classes,” said Kimberly Ingram, art teacher. “Sarah and I think everyone who sees the exhibit will be amazed at the creativity.”
“Floyd County is a wonderful place for students to develop their artistic abilities. Student field trips to the Jax and other local art venues, as well as visits from community artists, have inspired students and stimulated their creativity,” said Sarah McCormick, art teacher. “Many thanks to those who have given time for the students of Floyd.”
To learn more about Floyd County High School Arts, visit floydcountyhighart.blogspot.com. The blog includes a list of needed art materials. To contribute, please contact Ingram at 745-9450 or email email@example.com.
For more information about the Jax visit jacksonvillecenter.org or call 745-2784. The Jax is located at 220 Parkway Lane S. in Floyd. Regular business hours are Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays, 12 to 5 p.m. Winter business hours are Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and closed Sunday. New hours begin Dec. 30 and continue through March 2013.
– Submitted by Marie Woolum, The Jacksonville Center for the Arts
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