Boyd-Buchanan Photography Exhibit To Be Featured At AVA Gallery

Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Propitious Advancement by Caroline Curtis
Propitious Advancement by Caroline Curtis

Boyd-Buchanan School will have its own exhibit "Prelude" featured at the AVA gallery on Frazier Avenue from Dec. 6-Jan. 4.  It will include the work of 40 students from Photography I-II classes, Photography Club, and Photography Camp from last fall to this month.  One hundred and fifteen pieces were submitted by 5th graders up to freshmen in college.  The exhibit will consist of 5x7's, 8x10's, and one 5x10.  Prices for the pieces will be determined at the gallery.

The opening reception will take place from 5:30-8 p.

m. on Dec. 6 along with the opening for the 2013 Juried Members Exhibition in the AVA Gallery.  "Prelude" will be in the Landis Gallery of the AVA at 30 Frazier Ave.  The gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

The following students contributed work to the collection: Ashley Cline, Addie Miles, Alex Martin, Allisa Tyler, Aurora Wells, Bradley Carter Chambers, Brandon Willingham, Brogen Baker, Caleb Miller, Caleb Antwine, Caroline G. Curtis, Colby Morgan, Draven Harrison, Emma Newman, Hunter McLean, Hunter Bradford, Hunter James, Jacob Graham, Jennifer Gray, Jessica Kirk, John Powell, Katie Oakley, Kaylea Chitwood, Keegan Chitwood, Kelley Lockmiller, Kenny Antonio Diaz, Kinsley Cronan, Lucas Benjamin Smith, Mason Bishop, Matthew Lennon Courter, Marisa McCalla, Maddie Reichman, Rosa Smith, Sam Lentz, Samantha Weaver, Shelby Brown, Tanner Moore, Taylor Winnie, Zac Gladney and Zach Brown. 


A Game from Days Passed by Caleb Miller
A Game from Days Passed by Caleb Miller

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