The following was submitted by Annette Voorhes.
Art Students have been selected to participate in the just-opened Regional High School Artists Gallery Show at the Parsons Gallery of the Lexington Arts and Crafts Society, at 130 Waltham St. in Lexington Center.
The show runs from Oct. 28 through Nov. 13. The gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4pm.
The WHS art is intriguing and captivating, holding viewers. Winchester High School's Art Department has long been revered, and the selection of work displayed currently, underscores that reputation. There is an impressive amount of depth in all of the work. Some works integrate torn pieces of drawings into larger drawings. There is everything from intriguing digital photographs to captivating paintings, to high-contrast, deep charcoal and pencil drawings, to intricate ink drawings. The visual expertise of our WHS artists' work is displayed on the first island of Art on the left as you walk into the Arts and Crafts Society.
The students are in classes taught by Robert Gillis, Terry Lannon and Jenn Levitano.
The Winchester High School Artists featured in this Regional Gallery Show include:
Freshmen; Emily Croteau, Daniel Hodges, Morgan Trevett. Sophomores;
Colleen Brady, Dana Marrocco, Jenny Papisov, Anne Pfeifenberger, Elizabeth
Rice. Juniors; Georgia Becker, Emma Bowers, Caroline Eng, Matthew Grelotti, Leia Herlihy, Julia Hughes, Jihyun Jung, Alisa McGeehan, Carly O'Brien, Rita Stevens, Mimi Thompson. Seniors; Cassia Aruajo-Lane, Andrew Boudreau, Rachel Buck, Carolyn Burnham, Norhan Chamo, Eric Crocombe, Anais Lanlois, Melanie Manko, Erica Pedersen, Emma Reishus, Kevin Russo, Kelsey Sanchez, Kristina Shattuck, Emma Voorhes, Kate Wall, Michele Woolford.
This regional art show as a whole includes beautifully displayed drawings, paintings, and sculpture representing the work of student artists from the public high schools in Arlington, Bedford, Burlington, Concord-Carlisle, Lexington, Waltham, and Winchester. It is on display at 130 Waltham St. Lexingtonthrough Nov. 13.