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Student Artists Receive Awards at Juried Art Exhibition

Release Date May 19

DALLAS—On April 30, during the 2014 Juried Art Student Exhibition, the Brookhaven College Art Department presented awards to students for their artwork.

Juror Sally Packard, the director of the School of Art at Texas Christian University, selected 127 artworks from 463 entries for the exhibition.

Of the entries selected, the following were given Juror's Awards:

1st Place Grant Foreman Kandinsky's Teapot metals
2nd Place Hong Hee Kwon In Lieu Of oil on canvas
3rd Place Shua Kwon Untitled simultaneous color intaglio viscosity
Honorable Mention Mary Carradine It's All About the Scarf oil on canvas
Honorable Mention Salvador Gonzalez I Alone Heal the Heart plaster, fabric
Honorable Mention Richard Keitlen Delancy Street Stop ceramic
Honorable Mention John Keuhne Zee charcoal on paper
Honorable Mention Bill Metz Orbit Earrings metals
Honorable Mention Raul Najera Untitled wood

There were also 16 students who received purchase awards for twenty artworks selected by Brookhaven Art Department employees. These pieces will be purchased from the students by Brookhaven College and will become a part of the permanent art collection.

Ellene Breinin Silhouettes foam, plaster, paint, wood
Cana Cameron ETH graphite on paper
Bruno Chiquini Static Flow plywood
Junsouk Isaac Chun Anvil wire
Nancy Fellman Tarlatans simultaneous color viscosity intaglio
Karla Garcia Spider Monster in the Park metal
Paulie Garrison Just Hanging ink on paper
John Kuehne Zee charcoal on paper
Shua Kwon Jay Fish Sunrise oil on canvas
Carlos Montes Shattering Time pencil on paper
Raul Najera Untitled wood
Jackson Napier Ice ceramic
Jackson Napier Untitled ceramic
Kit Partin Rigid Binaries gouache, sumi ink on paper
Kenneth Rajspis X-Ray #1 photopolymer gravure
Kenneth Rajspis X-Ray #2 photopolymer gravure
Kenneth Rajspis X-Ray #3 photopolymer gravure
Kenneth Rajspis X-Ray #4 photopolymer gravure
Ludmilla Savelyeva Zee digital drawing, archival pigment print
Amy Titus Robodog ceramic

The annual Juried Art Student Exhibition is the culmination of the year's work for studio art students, and showcases the comprehensive curriculum of the program and the range and quality of student's work.

Exhibitions in the Forum Gallery and Studio Gallery are free and open to the public. Brookhaven College is located at 3939 Valley View Lane, between Midway Road and Marsh Lane in Farmers Branch. The Forum Gallery is located in Bldg. F, Room F101, and the Studio Gallery is located in Bldg. D, Room D127. Both galleries are open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information about the exhibitions, contact David Newman, gallery director, at 972-860-4101 or at


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