Portfolio

Portfolio 2022

April 16 – May 15, 2022

The Huntington Museum of Art presents the work of high school senior art students in the Portfolio 2022 exhibit, which is on view from April 16 through May 15, 2022. A virtual awards program will take place on April 16, at 2 p.m. on HMA’s YouTube channel.

Because of the pandemic, HMA has narrowed the focus of this year’s exhibit to highlight the work of high school seniors as it also did in 2021.

“This exhibit offers high school senior art students a chance to exhibit their work in a museum setting while building a portfolio for advanced study,” said HMA Education Director Cindy Dearborn. “We hope health conditions in 2023 will allow us to return to exhibiting the work of middle and high school students and hosting a reception for the young artists and their families.”

Art teachers from around the Tri-State worked to help the high school seniors take part in the Portfolio 2022 exhibit.

“We appreciate the art teachers in our region who delivered the artwork of their high school seniors to the Huntington Museum of Art for this exhibit,” said HMA Educator George Lanham.

Twenty student artworks from 13 Tri-State high schools are featured in this year’s exhibit. HMA Senior Curator/Exhibition Designer John Farley selected Kendra Fischer as the winner of the 2022 Janet Bromley Excellence in the Arts Award for her textile collage work titled “Blue Jean Bull.” The award winner attends Spring Valley High School, where Sara Tess Hager is her art teacher. All student artists participating in the exhibit will receive small cash prizes and certificates for being chosen by their teachers to participate in the exhibit.

This program is presented with financial assistance from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.

Portfolio 2022 Exhibit


Just Me

2012 Middle School Awards of Recognition

Ally Snyder of Winfield Middle School, “Just Me,” Pastel. Instructor Deborah McComas.

Ally Snyder of Winfield Middle School, “Just Me,” Pastel. Instructor Deborah McComas.

Oxygen

2012 Middle School Awards of Recognition

Brook Rorabaugh of Winfield Middle School, “Oxygen,” Pencil. Instructor Deborah McComas.

Brook Rorabaugh of Winfield Middle School, “Oxygen,” Pencil. Instructor Deborah McComas.

Blaze of Blue Flowers

2012 Middle School Awards of Recognition

Maryauna Hester of Beverly Hills Middle School, “Blaze of Blue Flowers,” Colored Pencil. Instructor Sofija Smith

Maryauna Hester of Beverly Hills Middle School, “Blaze of Blue Flowers,” Colored Pencil. Instructor Sofija Smith

Little Erin

2011 The Janet Ensign Bromley Award for Excellence in the Arts

Erin McKown of Ravenswood High School, “Little Erin,” Pencil. Instructor Pat Anderson.

Erin McKown of Ravenswood High School, “Little Erin,” Pencil. Instructor Pat Anderson.

Ball and Glove

2011 High School Awards of Excellence

Carly Cooper of Winfield High School. “Ball and Glove,” Wax Pastels. Instructor Suzann Cole.

Carly Cooper of Winfield High School. “Ball and Glove,” Wax Pastels. Instructor Suzann Cole.

Untitled by Lindsey Bird

2011 High School Awards of Excellence

Lindsey Bird of Ravenswood High School. “Untitled,” Jewelry. Instructor Pat Anderson.

Lindsey Bird of Ravenswood High School. “Untitled,” Jewelry. Instructor Pat Anderson.

Self-Portrait

2011 High School Awards of Excellence

Darian Hensley of Huntington High School. “Self-Portrait,” Tempera. Instructor Angela Webb.

Darian Hensley of Huntington High School. “Self-Portrait,” Tempera. Instructor Angela Webb.

The Reef

2011 High School Awards of Excellence

Anthony Robateau of Huntington High School. “The Reef,” Ceramic. Instructor Leslee Smith.

Anthony Robateau of Huntington High School. “The Reef,” Ceramic. Instructor Leslee Smith.

Cardinal

2011 High School Awards of Recognition

Kaylee Webster of Wayne High School. “Cardinal,” Wood. Instructor Byron Johnson.

Kaylee Webster of Wayne High School. “Cardinal,” Wood. Instructor Byron Johnson.

Gloves and Clouds

2011 High School Awards of Recognition

Mason Boggs of Paul Blazer High School, “Gloves and Clouds,” Colored Pencil Ink. Instructor Jennifer Spade.

Mason Boggs of Paul Blazer High School, “Gloves and Clouds,” Colored Pencil Ink. Instructor Jennifer Spade.

Self-Portrait

2011 High School Awards of Recognition

Brandy Ward of Huntington High School, “Self-Portrait,” Acrylic. Instructor Angela Webb.

Brandy Ward of Huntington High School, “Self-Portrait,” Acrylic. Instructor Angela Webb.

Empty Veins

2011 High School Awards of Recognition

Jacob Adams of Paul Blazer High School, “Empty Veins,” Digital Photography. Instructor Jennifer Spade.

Jacob Adams of Paul Blazer High School, “Empty Veins,” Digital Photography. Instructor Jennifer Spade.

Aboriginal Dream

2011 Middle School Awards of Recognition

James Milhoan of Ripley Middle School. “Aboriginal Dream,” Mixed Media. Instructor Jo Anna White.

James Milhoan of Ripley Middle School. “Aboriginal Dream,” Mixed Media. Instructor Jo Anna White.

Repetition and Variation

2011 Middle School Awards of Recognition

Joshua Sanders of Guyan Valley Middle School. “Repetition and Variation,” Pastel, Glue. Instructor Mary Lou Decker.

Joshua Sanders of Guyan Valley Middle School. “Repetition and Variation,” Pastel, Glue. Instructor Mary Lou Decker.

Woman: Power

2011 Middle School Awards of Recognition

Shelby Hammons of Enslow Middle School. “Woman: Power,” Ink, Oil Pastel. Instructor Terri White.

Shelby Hammons of Enslow Middle School. “Woman: Power,” Ink, Oil Pastel. Instructor Terri White.

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