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Talented Teens June 2012

Talented Teens June 2012

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The Republican, Tuesday June 12, 2012 SECTION D
12
Talented Teens
inthearts
I
NSIDE
:
Student profiles in music,art, dance and drama 
Pages D2-D15
Staff photo by 
MICHAEL BESWICK 
 
 ART
D2
TALENTED TEENS •
The Republican, Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
 What I enjoy mostabout digital media andphotography is the marry-ing of my passion for computer technology andcommunicating throughphotography and abstractdesign. Modern computer technology allows me to visualize my ideas in aneasily editable area totruly produce the per-spective I wish for othersto see through.
Resume:
 Work has beenpublished in four consec-utive issues of 
The MarbleCollection
, a statewidehigh school literary andart magazine.
College:
MassachusettsCollege of Art and Design
Nominating teacher John P. Archambault:
This student is one of themost focused and drivenstudents I have had theopportunity to work within my seven years of teaching.
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
I get to learn more things aboutmyself I and I just love creating new ideasto put on paper.
Resume:
One of my charcoal drawings won a first place in the annual fine artexhibit at the Chicopee Public Library;enrolled in a pottery class and now this isthe type of art I most enjoy.
Nominating teacher:
Robert J.Meulemans
Disciplines:
 Art, music
 Why:
Music is very important to me and to use art asanother outlet is amazing.
Nominating teacher Sara Morrisino:
Everything Kylecreates comes from the heart.
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
I enjoy the reactions my art invokes the most. Seeing how people interpret what I create is fascinating to me.
Resume:
President of art club which did the set for the fall play, “Beverly Hillbillies.”Doing series of portraits of nursing home residents.
Nominating teacher Sara Morrisino:
Last year, Elsie lost her entire art portfolio inthe tornado. Instead of feeling defeat, she channeled her energy to create a newportfolio that would be even better than her first.
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
It makes me feel peaceful,even when I get mad at somethingor someone.
Nominating teacher Jackie A.Boudreau Kinsey:
Chenrui’s tal-ent lies in her drawing, paintingand sculpting abililites and her observational skills. She thinksdeeply about each project and thefinal outcome is always breathtak-ing.
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
I can express myself in art and let my emotionsdictate how I want a piece to look.
Resume:
Drawing featured as the cover for a horseshow program; Holyoke Community College Taber Gallery exhibit
Nominating teacher:
Beth A.M. Stapert
Discipline:
Photography 
 Why:
I love being able to put my imagination into thephoto and capture the emotion in the memory.
College:
Savannah College of Art and Design
Nominating teacher:
Trisha M. Kemp
Alexander A. Nally
Chicopee Comprehensive High School, Grade 12
Elise GuillenElizabeth C. TeallKyle CookAshley I. MedinaChenrui Niu
Staff photo by 
MICHAEL S. GORDON
Staff photo by 
DON TREEGER
Staff photo by 
 JOHN SUCHOCKI
Staff photo by 
DAVE ROBACK 
Staff photo by 
MICHAEL S. GORDON
Staff photo by 
MARK M. MURRAY 
Staff photo by 
MARK M. MURRAY 
Cathedral High School, Grade 12Cathedral High School, Grade 12Chicopee High School, Grade 12Granby Jr./Sr. High School, Grade 12Chicopee Comprehensive HighSchool, Grade 11Holyoke Catholic High School,Grade 11
Nicole A. Martin
 
The Republican, Tuesday, June 12, 2012
TALENTED TEENS •
D3
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
Painting is my serenity. Ienjoy giving my work to my friendsand family.
Resume:
Third place in TheRepublican’s 2012 Kids in Print writing and art contests; exhibitedand sold art at MassMutual, Western New England University, American International Collegeand the Eastfield Mall
Nominating teacher:
Cynthia L.Newsome
Disciplines:
 Visual Art
 Why:
I like the idea of creating “something” of “nothing.”
Nominating teacher Beth A. McDonald:
Her grasp of creative thought and her strength in tech-nique allows her to create extremely well donepieces that are both exquisitely executed, but alsoshow heartfelt emotion and creativity.
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
 Art gives me the opportunity to show off  what I am really feeling and thinking.
Resume:
Independent study in portraiture; Advanced Placement art next year.
Nominating teacher:
Jackie A. Boudreau Kinsey 
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
 Art is a way for meto create an image thatnobody has seen before.
Resume:
 Assistant this year to art teacher Paula E.Fahey; annual student artaward all 4 years
College:
School of theMuseum of Fine Arts,Boston, fine arts and arteducation.
Nominating teacher:
Paula E. Fahey 
Discipline: Art Why:
 You can express yourself in all different formsin making art and show emotions as well as tell sto-ries on a canvas.
Resume:
Most Artistic Award 2012; Art Portfoliohonors
Nominating teacher:
Joanne L. McDonough
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
I enjoy trying to improve and actually progress.
Nominating teacher Joan P. Flahive:
I’m not sure Ihave ever seen Cameron without a pencil and sketch-book, furiously working on “something.” We did a unit onfigure drawing. Cameron’s were always the best.
Discipline:
 Art
 Why:
I love how art is ableto take a piece of your inner self and, in my case, place iton paper.
Resume:
Heart of Holyokecity-wide art show; TheMemory Project, a nationalinitiative for art students tocreate portraits for disadvan-taged children around the world; Human Anatomy for the Artist classes at WestfieldState University 
Nominating teacher:
Darlene C. Henshaw
Cameron C. Lavallee
Staff photo by 
DON TREEGER
East Longmeadow High School, Grade 11
Avery H. Dubois
Staff photo by 
MICHAEL S. GORDON
Monson High School, Grade 12
Gabrielle N. Vega
Staff photo by 
DON TREEGER
East Longmeadow High,Grade 11
Wioletta Bednarska
Staff photo by 
DAVE ROBACK 
Chicopee High School, Grade 12
Aveour Masters
Staff photo by 
DON TREEGER
Holyoke High School,Grade 12
 Jenna Dianna Lescell
Staff photo by 
MICHAEL S. GORDON
Chicopee Comprehensive High School,Grade 12
Evan C. Daigle
Staff photo by 
DON TREEGER
Holyoke Catholic High School, Grade 11

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