ACTC Holds Student Art Show

ACTC art students displayed their works Friday, April 6, in the Highlands Museum and Discovery Center in downtown Ashland. The sixth annual Student Art Show featured drawings by 19 students enrolled in classes taught last fall and this spring by Wendy Fosterwelsh, ACTC Assistant Professor of Art. Works include still life, portrait, figurative and conceptual drawings in pen, pencil and colored pencil. Exhibiting students from Ashland were Emily D. Clark, Christine C. Davis, Laura L. Geremia, Jessica K. Howard, Samatha A. Leach, Haven R. Martin and Filiberto J. Zendejas. Other exhibitors were Brittany L. Bellomy, Tessa B. Ellis and Ashley B. Sartin from Louisa; Allison L. Fannin and Hannah M. Jackson from Catlettsburg, Kenneth Casey Harbison and Michael T. McClure from Flatwoods; Keely N. Barney from Ironton, Sarah F. Brown from Prichard, WV, Amber N. Murphy from Greenup, Miranda C. Offill from Olive Hill and Meagan R. Porter from Denton, KY. The Art Show was held in conjunction with Ashlands First Friday Art Walk, an event that features works by area artists, gallery exhibits and community entertainment.

Shown at the Art Show from left are Wendy Fosterwelsh, ACTC Assistant Professor of Art, with art students Miranda Ofill from Olive Hill, Jessica K. Howard from Ashland and Michael T. McClure from Flatwoods.