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Art Show 2018 Winners

May 25, 2018
By Office of Communications

Last week, the first floor of Loyola Hall was filled beautiful student artwork displayed for the Annual Cheverus Art Show. Liuming Guo ’20 was recognized with top honors for his 3D multimedia artwork. Guo is passionate about the arts and has his eyes set on attending Rhode Island School of Design for college. Classmate Daniella Niedermeyer ’20 placed second with her decorated mask.  Other winners include: 3rd place – Jackson Jiang ’18; Students Choice – Emma Gallant ’20; Stained Glass – Emme Poulin’18. Congratulations!

Thank you to Mr. Frisoli for all his time and effort in teaching the arts to our students and creating this beautiful art show for the entire community experience.

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Christmas Card Features Student Painting

December 17, 2017
By Jeanette Wycoff

Congratulations to Will Gordon '20 who is the winner of the Christmas card contest. He created a beautiful pen and ink with watercolor featuring the view of the chapel from the fields with the Star of Bethlehem in the sky. His artwork is featured on this year's Christmas card and he received a $100 L.L.Bean gift card. 

Will is a primarily self-taught artist whose preferred medium is watercolor. Will is the president of the art club and was the winner of the annual Cheverus art show last spring for his outstanding pen and ink with watercolor illustration of the Portland skyline.  Freshman year, Will played soccer, hockey, and ultimate frisbee. This year, he is on the wrestling team and volunteers at soccer games. Will would like to pursue art after high school and has enjoyed the experience of working with a professional illustrator.

Will chose to depict the view of the chapel from the fields. He is especially fond of this view when the light from the chapel shines through the stained glass window on the short days of winter.  

Will lives in Portland and is the son of Thomas and Karen Gordon.

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