Work of Fallbrook art students on exhibit

Fallbrook art students display the artwork they had juried into the annual Youth Art Month (YAM) exhibit, from left, front row,   second grader Tommy Calverley, who won second place for his abstract titled “New York,” and kindergartener Mateya Mogilski, who was awarded honorable mention for her oil pastel drawing “A Lion”; back row, seventh grader Maylin DeLeon with her “Candle Still Life”; fourth grader Reagan Knaack with her portrait “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made”; seventh grader Bridget Bresnahan with her pastel still life “Vases”, and instructor Marilee Ragland with “Fractured Portrait,” a collage created by fourth grader Misae Spears.
Fallbrook art students display the artwork they had juried into the annual Youth Art Month (YAM) exhibit, from left, front row, second grader Tommy Calverley, who won second place for his abstract titled “New York,” and kindergartener Mateya Mogilski, who was awarded honorable mention for her oil pastel drawing “A Lion”; back row, seventh grader Maylin DeLeon with her “Candle Still Life”; fourth grader Reagan Knaack with her portrait “Fearfully and Wonderfully Made”; seventh grader Bridget Bresnahan with her pastel still life “Vases”, and instructor Marilee Ragland with “Fractured Portrait,” a collage created by fourth grader Misae Spears.

FALLBROOK – Eight young artists from the Fallbrook School of the Arts had artwork juried into the annual Youth Art Month (YAM) exhibit which opened Jan. 23 and will run through March 5 in the Rose Gallery at the Francis Parker School in San Diego.

This exhibit is a collaborative production of the San Diego County division of the California Art Education Association (SDCAEA), the Francis Parker School, and the San Diego County Office of Education SDCOE).

Second grader Stanley Beal shows his painting titled “Jaws” and kindergartener Braylen Beal displays his creation, “Like Pollack”, both of which were juried into the annual Youth Art Month (YAM) exhibit.
Second grader Stanley Beal shows his painting titled “Jaws” and kindergartener Braylen Beal displays his creation, “Like Pollack”, both of which were juried into the annual Youth Art Month (YAM) exhibit.

San Diego County art teachers entered over 240 artworks in this K-12 competition. Of these less than half were juried into the show. The Francis Parker School is located at 6501 Linda Vista Road. The exhibition is open to the public Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and is closed on major holidays. The gallery can be reached at (858) 659-7900.

The Closing Awards Reception will be Sunday, March 5 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Local instructor Marilee Ragland is a CAEA member and instructs art in the Youth Program at the Fallbrook School of the Arts. Students registering for her next Art Expressions Classes beginning Feb. 28 will be entering one of their artworks in the Creative Youth Exhibit at the 2017 San Diego County Fair.

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