15th Annual High School Art Exhibition

All entries have been received  and an unprecedented number of aspiring artists from local schools will have their first opportunity for a full museum exhibition with the Tyler Museum of Art’s 15th Annual High School Art Exhibition*, scheduled for March 31 – May 5 in the TMA’s North Gallery.

This year’s juried competition tops the previous record of 2018, featuring 109 students from a best-ever 20 high-school campuses in Tyler and nearby cities. In addition to the senior-level students in the juried competition, eleven sophomore and junior students are entered out of competition in a special “Up & Coming” category. Four outstanding works as selected by the competition jurors, including an overall “Best in Show,” will be presented with “Merit of Honor” awards during the Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony from 2:30-4 p.m. Sunday, March 31 at the Museum.

For more information on the exhibition, contact Education Coordinator Lisa Horlander at 903-595-1001 ext. 206 or lhorlander@tylermuseum.org.

Participants in the 15th Annual High School Art Exhibition:

  • All-Saints Episcopal School (Jack Delaney, instructor): Donna Schell, Ellie Walker
  • Bishop T.K. Gorman Regional Catholic School (Lisa McGehee, instructor): Andrea Azzi, Keldon Bowie, Caroline Cruz, Maria Danly, Xiaojin Feng, Shelbi Jarrett, Ann-Elizabeth Knight, Caroline Laine, Monica Lujan, Emilee Perry
  • The Brook Hill School (Suzanne Shelton, instructor): Adam Chen, Peter Chen, Justin Powell, Russell Richardson
    Brownsboro High School (Morgan Ward, instructor): Aniah Anderson, Aimee Hance
    Bullard High School (Melissa Starkweather, instructor): Hunter Crawford, Jordan Miears, Sara Powell
    Chisum High School – Paris (Mary Golden-Musick, instructor): Erin Cass, Alissa Hutto, Kenna Leddick, Sarah Morales, Jada Rogers
    Cumberland Academy (April Schodowski, instructor): Christopher Alvarez, Ellie Fish, Quenton Harvey, Christian Haskell, Joshua Kriechbaum, Isabel Neuenschwander, Emma Rambin, Rebecca Rusley, Carlie Sessions
    Elkhart High School (Kathy Marlowe, instructor): Janna Ballew, Madi Burns, Maggie Estrada, Makenzie Marie, Amanda Minter, Mercy O’Neal, Kim Rice, Ja’Kendrick Stephens, Makayla Walker, Tara Whittenburg
    Frankston High School (Elizabeth Lade, instructor): Bailee Norflett
    Jacksonville High School (Cassie Bayless, instructor): Alejandro Barragan, Leonardo Barragan, Michael Botello, Jorge Castro, Noelia Diaz, Bradly Garner, Juan Guenero, Christian Juarez, Alexis Kelly, Keimyra King, Jachob Knight, Erick Martinez, Carina Rojas, Nathaniel Santos, Natalie Silva, Omar Tauera, George Torres Jr.
    John Tyler High School (Norma McClung, instructor): Juan Pablo Alvarez, Andrew Hale, Maria Hernandez, Alexandra Patino
    Kilgore High School (Holly Harper, instructor): Jorge Baldazo, Rori Bigos, Hailey Brown, Kiya Canterbery, Terriah Dunn, Saidie Hamblen, Karla Skeeters, Sarahi Vallejo, Jasmine Wheat, Irelyn Williams
    Nacogdoches High School (Karline Higgins, instructor): Wesley Gipson
    Robert E. Lee High School (Linda Keane and Melinda Tefteller, instructors): Katie Brown, Jack Cagle, Sydney Kerley, Jaden Maresch, Gracie McCaskill, Jared McLean, Josue Esquivel Mondragon, Aveanne Tugano, Alexandra White, Stephanie White, Kathryn Wright, Caden Zips
    Sabine High School – Gladewater (Jennifer Davis, instructor): Alyssa Reaves
    Sulphur Springs High School (Philip Dick, instructor): Callie Harvey, Travis Pundt
    Troup High School (DeeAnn Berryhill, instructor): Zac Deramee, Sydney Garrett
    Westwood High School – Palestine (Adam Phifer, instructor): Abigail Castillo, Heather K. Kelly, Destiny Scurlock, Litzy Turrubiartes, Jacob Tyer
    Whitehouse High School (Christine Killian, instructor): Perri Marshall, Claire Reuland, Sara Rodriguez
    Winona High School (Chauncy Williams, instructor): Xavier Branch, Julissa Guray, Tania Hernandez, Ed Jimenez, Jasmine Ramos, Brittany Tate

 

          *Presented by The Ralph & Mary John Spence Exhibition Fund
with additional support provided by:

The Robert M. Rogers Foundation
Martha & Randy Key