Congratulations to Cecilia Crowe ’22 and Caroline Davino ’22. Their original artwork was selected for exhibition in the Morris Museum’s Fresh Perspectives 2020. This juried exhibition began in 1989 as an outlet for artistically accomplished New Jersey high school students to express their curiosity and creativity. This year, over 390 works were tendered and judged, with 50 accepted. “Cecilia Crowe's '32nd Street' is an amazing tribute to her technique and attention to detail. It is an original watercolor based on a photo she took in the city,” noted Sarah Isusi, Fine Arts Department Chair and Cecilia's teacher. According to Caroline's teacher, Francesco Mazzotta, 'The success of her image, 'Pieces,' comes from its simplicity. By just removing two portions of herself, Caroline creates an entirely different narrative for the viewer.' Each spring, the Fresh Perspectives exhibit is hung in the professional setting of the museum but, due to the pandemic, the work will be exhibited in a digital gallery. “This is a very selective show, and Francesco and I are both so proud of our talented students for representing Gill,' noted Ms. Isusi.
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