Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Dunwoody High School Artists featured at Dogwood Festival.

Meredith Barret, Andrew Lyman, Hiromi Morita

Three Dunwoody High School art students have had artwork chosen to be displayed in the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition at the Dogwood Festival this year taking place April 17-19, 2009. 189 works of art out of 440 submissions will be exhibited including the 14 award winners

Congratulations to Andrew Lyman, sophomore. His acrylic painting, “Portrait of Eugenia” won the 8th place award. His favorite media are Graphite, Acrylic, and Ink. He is also the Art Director for the Dunwoody High School Yearbook.

Hiromi Morita, senior AP Art student will show her “Mythical Creatures” artwork which features Prisma Marker, her concentration. This is her second showing at the Dogwood Festival. She also received an award from the Dunwoody Women’s Club for her “Still Life” drawing.

Meredith Barret, senior AP Art student will show her watercolor painting “Swirled Fish”. Watercolor is her concentration.

Congratulations to these talented students.

1 comment:

Bernardo said...

Hello. My name is Bernardo Todesco and I what I will ask is rather random, I know, but...

Do you know if this "Hiromi Morita" lived in Blacksburg, VA while she was 4-5 years old?

I would really appreciate an answer, whatever it is. If you don't know and has some way to contact her, that would be lovely.
Thank you in advance.

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