Student-Artists Bring Home Awards From Emerging Artist Expo

Original works by 13 student-artists at The Gunnery are featured in the 6th annual Emerging Artists High School Expo, a juried exhibition that opened April 7 in the Henderson Gallery at Hunt Hill Farm in New Milford.
The exhibit, which will remain on view through April 30, includes drawings, paintings, photographs, videos, mixed media and clay/ceramic pieces submitted by more than 50 high school artists from Shepaug Valley School, New Milford High School, Wamogo Regional High School, The Gunnery and Canterbury School, said John C. Maxwell, III, President of Hunt Hill Farm. Awards in each category were presented at the opening reception on April 7.

Representing The Gunnery are: Jihoon An ’20, who received the award for Photography; Talia Zabit ’19, who received the award for Mixed Media (2D); Ally Gerry ’21, Catie Stammen ’20, Anne Beatty ’19, Aubrey Barnes ’22, Daniel Wang ’20, Izzie DiGiarcomo ’20, Jasmine Tian ’19, Jean Fang ’19, Julian Lopez ’19, Linda Fan ’21, and Sophia Novoa ’20.

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