CLARKSVILLE — Art work by two Clinton-Massie High School students were among the works on display recently at Mount Saint Joseph University’s Selections 2015 art show held at the Studio San Giuseppe Art Gallery, and two of Massie’s artists were also among those honored at the “Artists of the Future” awards event at the AIC College of Design in Cincinnati.
This year’s “Selections” event marks the 17nth biennial exhibition spotlighting art works created by talented high school artists as selected by their teachers. Jocelyn Burton presented a drawing using charcoal pencil and Sabrina Kamps presented a collage using painted pages.
Also making an impact on the art community is Caitlyn Robinson who, along with Jocelyn Burton, was recognized as up and coming “Artists of the Future” by the AIC College of Design in Cincinnati.
Burton, Kamps, and Robinson currently study under Clinton-Massie Art Educator Kristin Walker who was recently recognized as a leader in art education.
Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.
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