Student work featured at Superintendent’s Art Gallery
CENTREVILLE — Queen Anne’s County Public School students from elementary to high school were recognized for their efforts in art, May 18, at the Superintendent’s Art Gallery. Superintendent Dr. Carol Williamson along with members of the board congratulated this spring’s artists. Their art work will proudly be displayed by the superintendent at the Board of Education Central Office for the next six months.
The following students’ art projects were acknowledged: Alyssa Skinner, Church Hill Elementary; Ashely Thompson, Bayside Elementary; Beatrice Holthaus, Centreville Elementary; Brianna McMillin, Grasonville Elementar y; Danielle Mangum, Kent Island High; Fiona Valade, Matapeake Middle; Jessica Hagan, Queen Anne’s County High; Jordan Sarier, Kent Island Elementary; Kassidy Atherholt, Sudlersville Middle; Lily Little, Sudlersville Elementary; Molly Holthaus, Kennard Elementary; Ryan Fajardo Rodriguez, Matapekae Elementary; Ryan McGowan, Centreville Middle; Sean Hobbs, Kent Island High School Annex; and from Stevensville Middle School, Ashtyn Schuster, Daniela Mejia, Dominic Martinez, Erin Alsop, Georgia Hooks, Grace Konkiel, Ivy Mayher, Justine Hooper, Kaiden Skinner, Kaleigh Mohr, Lindsey Hammond, Logan Donnelly, Marissa Fincham, Matthew O’Brien, Rylee Hinshaw, Sofia Donatelli, Theresa Surina and Zoe Katz.
Left, Beatrice Holthaus, a first-grader at Centreville Elementary, and sister, Molly Holthaus, a fourth-grader at Kennard Elementary, stand beside their art work at the spring 2016 Superintendent’s Art Gallery.
Kaleigh Mohr represents for Stevensville Middle School’s group art project. Each of the 18 students completed a single block that was then placed with the others to create a larger image.
Alyssa Skinner, a fourth-grader at Church Hill Elementary, with her art project on display at the Superintendent’s Art Gallery.
Artist Ashley Thompson, a fifth-grader at Bayside Elementary, and her teacher, Sydney Podraza.
Jordan Sarier, a second-grader at Kent Island Elementary, with her art project at the Superintendent’s Art Gallery, Spring 2016.
An oil painting by Danielle Magnum, a junior at Kent Island High School.
A work in charcoal by Jessica Hagan, sophomore at Queen Anne’s County High School, is on display at the QACPS Central Office.