From Article at Sowal.com with additional photos courtesy of SWHS Seahawks Visual Arts
As part of the continuing Art in Public Places, AP art students at South Walton High School will display their work at the Coastal Branch Library for the month of September. Free for the public.
South Walton High School is home to many accomplished young artists on the Emerald Coast. Many of these Art students choose to develop individual works to submit to the College Board for the AP Studio Art Portfolio 2019 assessments in AP 2D, AP Drawing, and AP 3D. A selection from this stellar group of SWHS AP Art students will be exhibited at the South Walton Branch of the Coastal Library.
Included in this exhibition are AP 2D students: Megan Benopoulos, Mary Claire Brown, Cam Bruce, Kevin DeJesus, Faith Duran, Xavier Epplin, Noelle Garcia, Gabe Mathews, Jielle Paul, Jhonatthan Ramirez, Callyn Sims, and Jarod Young who submitted AP 2D Photography based portfolios. Other media based AP 2D portfolios students include: Ferrell Crawley, Diego Duran, Kizzi Anna Fersted, Lily Gravlin, Jessie Miller, and Reegan North.
AP Drawing students Quinn Yandell, and Mary T. Pickers submitted expressive and illustration work for the Drawing AP Portfolio. The 3D AP Portfolio included balsa wood sculptures and architectural models by Josh Chee and Jielle Paul.
?These students range in grades 9th – 12th and are representative of the fine young artists attending SWHS and working with Dr. Vivian Moreira Komando. SWHS had a 100% pass rate on their 2019 AP Studio Art Portfolios for the 32 students who submitted portfolios to the College Board.