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"Painting is easy when you don't know how, but impossible when you do."
    -- Edgar Degas

 

Student Work in Youth Art Museum of Chicago

Emma Babushkin wins 10th Congressional District Art Award

May 2, 2017


The Congressional Art Awards is an art competition held in every congressional district across the country. 

The winner of Georgia's 10th Congressional District is Mill Creek student Emma Babushkin.Emma's artwork will be on display in the Cannon Tunnel at the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC for a year. She also won 2 plane tickets to attend the Awards Ceremony at the US Capitol this summer.


Design by Rebecca Pearson Selected for State Diploma Seal

May 2, 2017


Rebecca Pearson, student of Yvette Kim at North Gwinnett High School, designed the new Georgia Department of Education Diploma Seal for the Fine Arts. This seal is a signal to employers that Georgia students are ready to become part of the creative economy of our state and places an emphasis on the importance of a fine arts education for students. The seals will be presented to more than 2000 graduating Georgia Seniors. The seal design Rebecca created and Ms. Kim oversaw will be a beacon for arts education in our state for years to come.

 



Congratulations to Kiwanis Art Competition State winners

May 1, 2017


Congratulations to Kiwanis Art Competition State winners

From North Gwinnett High School, teacher: Yvette Kim

Michael Riley for winning 1st place for 11th grade 
Tasha DiMarzio for 1st place in the 9th grade.


Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Displays Grayson Elementary Art

April 25, 2017


Students from Grayson Elementary School have been selected to have their artwork on display at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s new Urgent Care location in Hamilton Mill. Joseph Jones, Cate Matthews, Riley Ayers, Charlotte Self, Graham Banks, Cameron Williams, Hope Loyd, Jazmine Hyaurth, and Lexi Vierra all have works displayed there. Pictured above are some of these featured works.


Atlantic Institute Art Contest Winners Announced

April 18, 2017


Congratulations to the winners of the Atlantic Institute Art Contest. The top ten places all went to students at North Gwinnett High School. 1st an 2nd Place Winners are pictured above.


1st Place: Kyra Ehle $200 Scholarship

2nd Place: Sofia Mendoza $150 Scholarship

3rd Place:  Catherine Deffler $100 Scholarship

4th Place: McKenzie Hanyes   $35 Scholarship

5th Place: Christina Hargett $35 Scholarship

6th Place: Alexandra Gottilla $25 Scholarship

7th Place: Jillian Snapp $25 Scholarship

8th Place: Rachael Park $25 Scholarship

9th Place: Sharon Chung $25 Scholarship

10th Place: Gunhee Chang $25 Scholarship


Brookwood Student Wins First Place in Georgia Photography Competition

April 12, 2017


The 26th Annual GEORGIA PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS AND EXHIBITION 

1st place went to Trinity Francis for her piece, "Escape" A social commentary on child abuse. (Pictured above)


Brookwood Students, Casey Gallagher, Emani Hunt, Michelle Carmona, and Nicole LaBarre received honorable mentions for their work in the show.


Reina Lee takes Second Place in Congressional Art Competition

April 10, 2017


Reina Lee, a student at North Gwinnett High School, teacher – Yvette Kim, placed 2nd in the 7th District Congressional Art Competition for 2017. Congratulations Reina!


Peachtree Road Farmers Market Reusable Bag Design Winners

April 10, 2017


Two students from North Gwinnett High School won the Peachtree Road Farmers Market Reusable Bag Design. Joseph Hwang (artwork on Left) and Kelly Kim (artwork on Right) are both students in Yvette Kim’s art classes at North Gwinnett High School. Congratulations!


Brevard College High School Art Competition Announces Winners

April 10, 2017


Two students take home Honorable Mention Awards from the Brevard College High School Art Competition. Paige Short (artwork on Left) and Teresa Napolitano (artwork on Right) are both students in Yvette Kim’s art classes at North Gwinnett High School. Congratulations!


Brookwood Students earn National Medals in Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

March 15, 2017


The National Medals in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards of 2017 have recognized (Lto R). Paul Ashley (11th grade) with a National Gold Medal for his work entitled, City Nights and Anna Montgomery (11th grade) and Savannah Lee (11th grade) with National Silver Medals. These students have been recognized as among the most talented young artists and writers in the nation. This year, more than 330,000 works of art and writing were submitted for the annual contest. Only the top 1% were recognized at the national level.

GSMST Senior receives a national gold and silver medals

March 14, 2017


Congratulation to GSMST Senior Allison Chan for receiving a national gold medal and a silver medal

Drawing & Illustration - Gold Medal - Reminisce (will be sent to New York for the National Exhibition)


Drawing & Illustration - Silver Medal - Drowning

North Gwinnett Students Earn 4 National Scholastic Keys, 2 Gold, 2 Silver

March 13, 2017


Students from North Gwinnett High School earned 4 Key Awards. Pictured above is the work by Isabel Abonerdin, student of Dallas Gillespie.

Isabel Abonerdin - GOLD KEY
Monica Chang - 2 SILVER KEYS
Rachel Chang - GOLD KEY


GSMST Takes Top Honor at All State Art Symposium

February 25, 2017


On Saturday, February 25, 2017, students from all over the state competed at the All State Art Symposium hosted at Columbus State University. GSMST Senior, Allison Chan, took the top NAHS honor with winning the prestigious Helen Flemming Stone Scholarship. This is the second year in a row that GSMST and the art students under Teacher Jennifer Prince have taken this honor!


GSMST takes Honors in NAHS Conference Art Throwdown

February 24, 2017


On Friday, February 24, 2017, GSMST took many honors in the National Art Honor Society Conference Art Throwdown. Picture above are some of the works that tooks awards. Congratulations to these students and their teacher Jennifer Prince (who got a shout out in one of the projects by student Angi Huynh)

      • 1st place figure sketch - Feifei Gao
      • 2nd place figure drawing - Feifei Gao
      • 2nd place graphic design - Angi Huynh
      • 3rd place plein air painting - Allison Chan
      • 3rd place portrait drawing - Mohonna Mandal
      • 4th place collaborative painting - Jonathan Gomez, Sarah Pritchard, Cheyenne Trauger, and Allison Chan


Piedmont College Art Contest Winners

April 19, 2016


pictures of winning artwork

Diana Lee,Grade 12; Sophia Abeyta, Grade 12; and Raleigh Wunderlich, Grade 11 of Brookwood High School and students of Mr. Chris Vigardt competed in the Piedmont College High School Art Exhibit. 

Diana Lee, oil painting entitled: Lying Down won 1st place 2D Design,

Sophia Abeyta, clay sculpture entitled: Betty won 1st place 3D Design, and 

Raleigh Wunderlich, ceramic set entitled: Tri-Flora won 2nd place 3D Design.

 

Teacher Recognized as National Middle Level Art Teacher of the Year

April 17, 2016


pictures of award and recipient

The National Art Education Association has named Aimee M. Burgamy, of Lilburn, GA, to receive the 2016 National Middle Level Art Educator of the Year Award. This prestigious award, determined through a peer review of nominations, recognizes the exemplary contributions, service, and achievements of one outstanding NAEA member annually at the National level within their division. The award was presented at the NAEA National Convention in Chicago, IL, March 17-19, 2016.

NAEA President Patricia Franklin states, "This award is being given to recognize excellence in professional accomplishment and service by a dedicated art educator. Aimee Burgamy exemplifies the highly qualified art educators active in education today: leaders, teachers, students, scholars, and advocates who give their best to their students and the profession."

NAEA is the professional association for art educators. Members include elementary, secondary, middle level and high school art teachers; university and college professors; education directors who oversee education in our nation’s fine art museums, administrators and supervisors who oversee art education in school districts, state departments of education, arts councils; and teaching artists throughout the United States and many foreign countries.  

"Art Matters" Poster Wins Contest

April 15, 2016


picture of artwork

Mary Troung's "Art Matters" poster was selected as the first-place winner of our first Advocacy Poster Design Contest. Mary is a student of Yvette Kim at North Gwinnett High School. 


Mary was awarded a gift certificate, was published in The Davis Art March issue and was reproduced and distributed at the 2016 NAEA National Convention in Chicago in March.

Student Work in Youth Art Museum of Chicago

April 15, 2016


picture of flag design

Paige Short, of North Gwinnett High School and a student of Yvette Kim, had her Flag Design selected to be featured as the YAM (Youth Art Month) Georgia Flag for the NAEA conference in Chicago!  (3/17-3/20). Her design was printed on the flag that hung in the Youth Art Museum in Chicago.

Oscar Cruz-Nataren, and 8th Grader at Summerour Middle School won 1st place in the middle school division for his painting "Chopin in Art"

September 15, 2015


picture of drawing

The Chopin Society of Atlanta has sponsored a Chopin in Art contest for school students K-12. The purpose of the contest is to give participants the opportunity to express their appreciation of Chopin’s life and music through visual media. Each participant presents an original work of art representing Chopin’s life and/or music in the form of a drawing or a painting. The Chopin Society of Atlanta awards 1st through 3rd place prizes to participants in elementary, middle school, and high school categories.

The Chopin Society of Atlanta is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting Fryderyk Chopin’s music, advancing the understanding and appreciation of his legacy and promoting the arts in the Metro Atlanta area.

All State Art Symposium

April 1, 2015


drawing of girl sitting in front of another drawing

Ian Peng, from North Gwinnett High School, placed 4th and received $100 from the All state Art Symposium art competition!

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