CA Students Represent LCCTC at the Lawrence County Art Show
Yet again, LCCTC has reason to be proud: Our students have represented their our school, their shop, and themselves well!
Tonight was the opening night for the Lawrence County High School Student Art Show, sponsored by the Arts and Education Center at the Hoyt Center. The Hoyt Center sent out invitations to each art teacher for their students to submit their best works. In addition to the Commercial Art students from Lawrence County CTC, students from Ellwood City, Neshannock, Union, Laurel, and Shenango also contributed their pieces to the show. In a figurative “window to the world of talents” our young people in the county posses, the exhibition will run from March 28th to May 23rd. Fans of great art can witness the impressive skills of Lawrence County students every day at The Confluence located in downtown new Castle.
Earning a blue ribbon for his portrait is senior Alan Petrangeli. Full of vivid brights and deep darks, Alan captures the image of a woman who seems to be returning the gaze of the admirer. Earning a 2nd place ribbon is Alyssa Lamenza for her pencil drawing. Claiming a third-place ribbon is junior Grayson Corbin for his Mandala-style hi-top tennis shoe. All students represented Lawrence County CTC with grace and skill.
We are proud of our students, their courage to put themselves out there, and their willingness to share their talents with the community! Congratulations goes to Mr. Anthony DeRosa, Commercial Art instructor; and the students of Commercial Arts program of Lawrence County CTC.