Semester I has just ended and we are in the second week of Semester II. With nearly five months of instruction and learning our students’ growth in skills and creative development is quite evident. As our full-year Visual Art students continue into the second semester, students in first semester courses have moved on to other art classes and in some cases into other department electives. We welcome our new students to the program. This exhibit features the student work that was recently recognized in the New Hampshire Scholastic Art Awards Program and a sample of the recent work by students in our Visual Art and Semester I courses. Although some of the work is by students who are planning to further their education in the field of art the vast majority of the work is by young people who are selecting art to meet their fine arts requirement or who have selected an art class as an elective. We are excited to share the results of their hard work with you in this exhibit.
This is the first on-line exhibit of Goffstown High School student artwork for the 2011-12 school year. This exhibit features a sampling of the work by students in Sandee Nichols, Donna Karolian, Keith Martin and my classes. The student work selected represents grades 9-12 and intoductory to advanced levels. The year is off to a great start and students are working diligently to increase their skills and knowledge of the various mediums. Their efforts are clearly seen in this early exhibition of work. Artfully Yours, Ava-lyn Lane
This is the third and final on-line exhibit of Goffstown High School student artwork for the 2010-11 school year. The exhibit features a sampling of the work of senior Art Honors students: Britteny Torres, Nathaniel Welton, Jenn Evans, Brianna Seidel and Nicole LaRhette. In addition, some quarter 4 work by students in Sandee Nichols, Donna Karolian, Keith Martin and my classes is also displayed. The students are quite proud of the comments that they have received from teachers, parents and friends and truly appreciate you viewing their work. Thank you for all of the support that I have received for the three inaugural exhibits. I look forward to continuing this endeavor in September and throughout the 2011-12 school year. Artfully Yours, Ava-lyn Lane
This exhibit features the work of students in the various courses taught by Sandee Nichols, Donna Karolian, Keith Martin and myself during this current semester. The final gallery exhibit in late June will include some of the Art Honors pieces as well as work completed in quarter 4 classes.
Welcome to the on-line exhibit of Goffstown High School student artwork. We are pleased to be able to share with you the outstanding work of our students. This first exhibit features the award winning GHS work at the Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire exhibition. Download 167_ART_GALLERY
GHS Juniors earned five of the available sixty spots in the highly competitive New Hampshire Allstate Art Festival. Participating in the two day May event to be held at the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester are Caitlin Veilleux, Nate Wellton, Jennifer Evans, Brittany Torres and Zoe Moskwa. Ten students will work in a designated medium with an artist mentor. The individual work will also be part of group piece. The two day event will culminate with a recognition ceremony and exhibition that will be open to the public. Congratulations to senior T.J. Schunemann who won both the school and regional level of the Patriotic Young America Art Competition. His digital art work has now moved on to the state-level to compete with the work representing the other five regions. Brianna Seidel has been awarded recognition from the Congress- ional Art Award Competition. Congresswoman Carol- Shea Porter’s office sponsors the contest which is held at The NH Institute of Art. Bri has been awarded a $1,000.00 yearly scholarship to the NH Institute of Art if she chooses to attend that college. Also representing GHS in the annual competition and exhibition are two-dimensional art works by the following students: Marie Jackman, Sadie Barton, Mary McCormick, Brianna Eaton, Debora Manchester, Brandi Hueber and Alexander Lindahl. The art work of approximately forty students will be on exhibit at the SAU #19 office during the month of May. The building is accessible to the public Monday through Friday during normal business hours.