Student Juried Art Exhibition 2021
Student Juried Art Exhibition 2021 Alexis AlvarezNightclub, 2020, color pencil on paper, 15 x 20 inchesKarla BautistaLungs, 2020, micron pen, marker on paper, 24 x 18 inches • Award RecipientAmy BlaisdellIllusion, 2021, marker on paper, 16 x 16 inchesSamantha BurzakRoad Less Traveled, 2020, medium format film photograph, printed on matte photo paper, 7.5 x 11 inchesMorgan EnyeartDisappearing, 2020, film photography, 11 x 9 inchesYuky KonnoAngular Apple, 2021, photographs, acrylic latex paint, plaster, railroad board, 16.25 x 12 x 3.66 inchesKatie KubicaUntitled, 2021, collage, ink on illustration board, 15 x 15 inchesFrancisco MuciProud Strength, 2020, stoneware thrown plate with cone 9 glazes, oxford fired decal from drawing, 9-inch diameter x .75 inchesLillian MullerAcademic Painting #1, 2020, oil on hardboard panel, 12 x 9 inchesLillian MullerA Memory in the Mind of One Who Has Forgotten, 2020, oil on canvas, 10 x 10 inches • Award RecipientCole SchnaudigelSuffocation, 2020, clay, iron oxide, steel, plastic, wood, bicycle pump, 31 x 17 x 12 inchesHaruka SmithThen and Now, 2020, photograph of a space with pastel drawing on paper • Award RecipientStanislava StoychevaShifting Planes, 2021, folded paper, 10 x 7 x 7 inchesPreeti ThakkarFinal Drawing Series, 2020, graphite on paper, 4 x 5 inches each • Award RecipientAlexa ZiemianinSelf Portrait, 2020, oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
About the Exhibition
This annual exhibition includes works in various media and styles by students who have taken art courses throughout the year. Awards are provided by the Harper Educational Foundation.
Our juror this year was Julie Weber, Chicago artist and educator. Earlier this year Julie had a solo virtual exhibition of her work at Harper.
Congratulations to all the student artists who were selected this year!
Renee Windle Danforth Award Recipients, Selected by the Faculty
- Haruka Smith, Then and Now
- Preeti Thakkar, Final Drawing Series
Susan L. Shultz Award Recipients, Selected by the Juror
- Karla Bautista, Lungs
- Lillian Muller, A Memory in the Mind of One Who Has Forgotten