In the Gallery

Painters from the classes of Larry Poons and Naomi Campbell, mixed media artists from the class of Martha Bloom, along with the sculptors from Anthony Antonios’s class, exhibited work this week in the Art Students League’s Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery. It is part of a series of exhibitions, known as the annual student concours, which begins every January and continues through mid-May. Gathered here is a selection from this week’s exhibit, including some red dot (best of show) and blue dot (honorable mention) works.

Painting by Christina Rosen. Recipient of a blue dot.

Detail of a mixed media work by Michael Wilson. Recipient of a red dot.

Sculpture by Kristina Kossi.

Sculpture by Julie Fisher.

Mother of All Chihuahuas by Ella Sherman

Painting by Sally Lord. Recipient of a red dot.

Painting by Jacqueline Barnett. Recipient of a blue dot.

Painting by Dan Tackney-DiGrazia. Recipient of a blue dot.

Painting by Emilie Palef. Recipient of a blue dot.

Painting by Yoko Wakabayashi.

Painting by Evelyn Anderson.

Painting by Sheila Cappelletti.

Painting by Arne Lewis. Recipient of a blue dot.

Detail of a sculpture by Maria Cohen.

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Painting by Christina Rosen. Recipient of a blue dot.
Detail of a mixed media work by Michael Wilson. Recipient of a red dot.
Sculpture by Kristina Kossi.
Sculpture by Julie Fisher.
Mother of All Chihuahuas by Ella Sherman
Painting by Sally Lord. Recipient of a red dot.
Painting by Jacqueline Barnett. Recipient of a blue dot.
Painting by Dan Tackney-DiGrazia. Recipient of a blue dot.
Painting by Emilie Palef. Recipient of a blue dot.
Painting by Yoko Wakabayashi.
Painting by Evelyn Anderson.
Painting by Sheila Cappelletti.
Painting by Arne Lewis
Detail of a sculpture by Maria Cohen.

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