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MACC hosts annual High School Juried Art Exhibition

The MACC Fine Arts Gallery is filled with works of all shapes, sizes, colors and medium by area high school students. This is the Tenth Annual Juried Spring Art Exhibition located in the Graphic Arts/Fine Arts Wing on the main campus in Moberly. The opening reception was held on Friday, March 9. The exhibit runs until March 16 and is open daily.

Art students from area high schools were invited to compete and show with other talented individuals from the MACC service area. Part of the gallery mission is to offer the opportunity for area high school students to display their talents in a professional setting. This exhibition represented MACC’s sixteen county service region.

Gallery Director, Felicia Leach was impressed by the “bright, young talent of our surrounding high schools.” The work was judged on Friday, March 9 and winners are as follows:


Best Sculpture
Dalton Logsdon
“Celtic Deer Skull”
Madison C-3

Best Mixed Media
Alex Rickey
“Bleeding Heart”
Westran High School

Best Painting
Jordon Taylor
“Gerbera in Oil”
Moberly High School

Best Color Drawing
Austin Messer
“Speed Bike Lean”
Higbee R-1

Best Black & White Drawing
Zaina Afrassiab
“Exotic Ink”
Moberly High School

Best Digital Media
Dillon Lawrance
“Progression”
New Franklin High School

Best in Show
Dillon Lawrance
“Progression”
New Franklin High School


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