“Do not fail, as you go on, to draw something every day, for no matter how little it is it will be well worth while, and it will do you a world of good.” —Cennino Cennini
Students from the classes of Costa Vavagiakis, James Lancel McIlhinney, and Barney Hodes are exhibiting 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.
Sculpture by Ramon Sierra.
Sculpture by John Baker.
Sculpture by Bill Schuppman.
Sculpture by Michael Shannon.
Painting by Frank Visco. Recipient of a blue dot.
Painting by Joseph Mounaji. Recipient of a blue dot.
Painting by Christopher LoPresti.
Painting by Christopher LoPresti. Recipient of a blue dot.
Painting by Jaron Newton. Recipient of a blue dot.
Drawing by Yana Golikova.
Drawing by Noah Jordan
Drawing by Naomi Lee Baumol
Drawing by Elaine D. Hay.
Drawing by Satoko Takahashi.
A student of James Lancel McElhinney.
Drawing by Zacya Arigalo.
Drawing by Takashi Uesugi.
Drawing by Scott Jefferson.
Drawing by Joan Donahue.
Sculpture by Albert Bensusen.