Cazenovia Artistic works from the portfolios of Cazenovia High School art students are now on display at Stone Quarry Hill Art Park.
The exhibition, “Celebrating Creative Achievements of Cazenovia High School II,” will run from Thursday, May 2, through Sunday, May 26, in the John and Virginia Winner Memorial Art Gallery. The gallery is open from 12 to 5 p.m. every Thursday through Sunday or by appointment.
The exhibition will feature selected pieces from the portfolios of Emily Christiansen, Sarah Christiansen, Morgan Croft, Devon Fox, Tyler Dunkle, Gaevin Froio, Beth Marcelle, Becky Marris, David Martellock, Samuel Medbury, Emmy Murphy, Courtney Parisou, Amber Robinson, Delanie Spangler and Emily Willard.
“I am so pleased to showcase the artistic talent of the senior class again this year. In addition, it is a great opportunity for the community to gain an appreciation for the excellent arts education being taught at Cazenovia High School,” said art park Director Sarah Webster.
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, which consists of 104 acres of land and over four miles of hiking trails, is one of the first outdoor sculpture parks in the United States. For more information, visit stonequarryhillartpark.org.