2015 Thoreau Arts Exhibition

The final student exhibition of the year is the Visual Arts Thoreau Medal Exhibition.  Thoreau medals were awarded in four categories: photography, woodworking, sculpture & ceramics, and painting & drawing.  This year’s Visual Arts Thoreau Medal Exhibition Juror was Kate James, Executive Director of the Concord Art Association. James commented, “Having had the opportunity to work closely with the Middlesex faculty and staff during the C-art program, I saw how these students "dig deep". The quality of all the students art work, especially in drawing, was excellent. The work was dynamic, engaging, funny, ironic, emotion filled and conceptually engaging.”

2015 THOREAU MEDALS

Musical Performance (click link to see video of the performance)

Jack Yoon ‘16 & Miles Petrie ‘15, “Concerto for Two Cellos in G minor" by Vivaldi

Honorable Mention:  Chad Arle '17 (voice), Renee Li '17 (piano), Miles Petrie '15 (voice)

Photography

Best Overall Portfolio:  Khanh Dang ‘15
Honorable Mention:  Walker Griggs ‘15
Best Individual Image:  “Cigarette” by Khanh Dang ‘15

 

Fine Woodworking

Senior Plaque:  Kyle Finke ‘15
Honorable Mention:  Brad Winthrop ‘15 & Toni Mattessich ‘15

 

Sculpture & Ceramics

Best Overall Work: “Block Portrait” by Bettina Lichauco ‘15
Honorable Mention:  “Airplane” by Mei Pike ‘18

 

Painting & Drawing

Best Overall Painting:  “Donuts” by Lily Henderson ‘16
Honorable Mention:  “Self Portrait with Joan Mitchell” by Maggie Knutzen ‘15
Best Overall Portfolio:  Maggie Knutzen ‘15
Best Overall Drawing:  Charlotte Livingston ‘15
Honorable Mention:  Keki Takahara ‘16
Best Overall Composition:  Electra Washburn ‘15
Best Conceptual Work:  Gabe Smith ‘15
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