main content starts hereStudents’ work selected for 3-D exhibit

| February 13, 2018

Eight Mohonasen students were among the dozens of high school students whose work was selected for display in the annual Art in Three Dimensions show, on exhibit through Feb. 28 at Mohonasen High School.

This year, 17 high schools participated by submitting 254 pieces of work. The work was adjudicated by Mary Pat Wager and Phyllis Kulmatiski. Wager has been a sculptor for over 30 years and her sculptures utilize found objects, as well, as fabricated metal components. Kulmatiski is a ceramic artist and has been creating figurative clay work for more than 30 years.

A total of 114 pieces were selected to be displayed in the art gallery at Mohonasen High School.

Congratulations to the Mohonasen students whose work is featured in the show:

  • Abby Sicilia (grade 11)
  • Ali Carter (grade 12)
  • Ariana Arcate (grade 12)
  • Bailey DeCocco (grade 11)
  • Emma Drake (grade 11)
  • Hailey Robles (grade 10)
  • Marinda Tingley (grade 10)
  • Rebecca Stoddard (grade 12)

Bailey, Abby, and Ariana each had two pieces in the show.

The work will be on display until until Feb. 28.