Kingfishers shine at annual art show

On April 22, students, parents and teachers gathered from all around the Horry-Georgetown area to see student art work at the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum. The 19th Annual High School Juried Art Show lets students use their full creativity and see their works hung in professional setting. TGS students Avery Rose, Naomi, Brynn, and Zach displayed their amazing talent and showed off the hard work they had put in during their art classes with Mrs. Patrick.

Visitors viewed all the artwork from around the county for about 30 minutes, then they proceeded downstairs to start the awards ceremony. Judges Betsy Havens and James Calk took a moment to talk to the young artists and say how hard it was to choose the winners, since all the young artists were so good.

Although the Kingfishers did not win any awards this year, all four artists were very honored to be part of the show.  Mrs. Patrick and several teachers and parents were on hand to congratulate them and encourage excellence in the arts at TGS.

By Naomi and Cathryn

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