WEST NEWBURY — Superintendent Justin Bartholomew is pleased to announce that the Pentucket Regional High School Art Department is hosting a Virtual Senior Art Exhibit to celebrate the accomplishments of artists from the Class of 2020.
“The Pentucket Arts Department is excited to provide this opportunity for seniors to display their hard work and the beautiful art pieces created during their time here,” said Fine & Performing Arts Department Chair Marcia Nadeau. “We want to let them know how proud we are of their effort and creativity, and to share their remarkable work with the community.”
The Exhibit was released Thursday, June 4, and continues to remain available online.
The Virtual Senior Art Exhibit features works by Pentucket senior art students created during their time in the Pentucket Regional High School Art Department. Art exhibited includes paintings, photographs, digital art, and 3D sculptures.
Each senior designed their own exhibit and chose meaningful pieces from art classes taken throughout their time at Pentucket Regional High School to display. Some seniors also chose to include a short biography, information on their inspiration and artistic process, and/or their plans for the fall.
Graduating seniors featured in the virtual art exhibit include: Lydia Baldini, of Groveland; Samantha Bellville, of Groveland, Alexa Berkley, of West Newbury, Samuel Bissitt, of Merrimac, Madeline Conover, of West Newbury, Nathan Conway, of Groveland, Brooke Daniels, of Groveland, Sasha Davis, of Merrimac, Molly Forget, of Groveland, Kayla King, of Merrimac, Grace McIntyre, of Haverhill, Maggie Peterson, of Merrimac, Katherine Rosa, of Groveland, and Mikayla Tilden, of Groveland.
The Pentucket Regional High School Art Department will also host a virtual arts festival featuring the work of all art students, which will be available for viewing online on Tuesday, June 16.