“Artful Expressions: From the Mountains to the Sea” NCAEA K-12 Student Art Exhibit & Reception June 21, 2013 “My Blue Mountains,painted by Allison Roberts, Cartoogechaye Elementary, Franklin, NC; Naomi Albee, art teacher

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“Artful Expressions:

From the Mountains to the Sea”

NCAEA K-12 Student Art Exhibit &


June 21, 2013

“My Blue Mountains,” painted by Allison Roberts, Cartoogechaye Elementary, Franklin, NC; Naomi Albee, art teacher

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Thank You…

North Carolina Art Education Association members for your support

and planning of this event. It takes great volunteers like you to make

things happen. You are awesome!

Sandra Williams, NCAEA President, and Cheryl Maney, NCAEA

Past President, for your hard work in arranging and planning this

wonderful opportunity.

Penny Freeland, NCAEA DC Exhibit Chair for all the hours spent

organizing and answering questions for everyone. You make it all look so


Public Works Commission of Fayetteville, NC for your generous

donation of water for our reception.

Jackye Zimmermann, Nicole Carinci, and Doug Herbert from the

U.S. Department of Education for making this event both possible and a


Parents for allowing us to share your children’s talent with others

and supporting them in their pursuit of the arts.

“Mosaic Duck,” paper mosaic created by Yakirah Davis, Piedmont IB Middle, Charlotte, NC; Natalie Czerwinski, art teacher

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Laurie Calvert

Teacher Liaison, U.S. Department of Education

Artful Expressions: From the Mountains

Liam Zink, Violinist

Max Adair, Pianist

Caden Mather, Pianist


Sandra Ruppert

Director of the Arts Education Partnership

Penny Freeland

Forbush Middle School Art Teacher

Codi Alyssa Brindle

Hobbton High School Senior

Artful Expressions: to the Sea

Cherrie Yoon, Violinist

Jodie Coble, Dancer

Sandra Williams

NCAEA President

Recognition of Students

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“Butterfly,” oil pastel by Lily Morgan, C.D. Owen Middle, Swannanoa, NC; Patti Lloyd, art teacher


*Listed by NCAEA Regions 1-8. Region 1

Ananda Moore Primary Marine W.H. Robinson Elementary

Winterville, NC Eleanor Allen, teacher

Joseph Midgett Walking in the City Wintergreen Intermediate

Greenville, NC Melissa Inman, teacher

Jeremiah Horton "A" is for Alligator Eastern Elementary Greenville, NC Charlotte Kassnove, teacher

Cherrie Yoon The Moment When I Kicked a Soccer Ball

St. Peter’s School Greenville, NC Borim Song, teacher

Region 2

Ashley Hollowell Color Run Pamlico County High Bayboro, NC Holly Bradley, teacher

Karley Lech Van Gogh's Flowers Silverdale Elementary

Maysville, NC Lee Ann Doss, teacher

Codi Alyssa Brindle

Art Influences Everything

Hobbton High Newton Grove, NC

Jennifer Jackson, teacher

Vega Shepherd Purple Flower Sand Ridge Elementary

Hubert, NC Fawn Lansley, teacher

Katelyn Auger Eye Spy South Brunswick High

Oak Island, NC Patricia Lyles, teacher

Bryanna Owens Marilyn Monroe Arapahoe Charter Arapahoe, NC Daryn Martin, teacher

Liberty Maddle Bridge Graham A Barden Elementary

Havelock. NC Kate Radcliff, teacher

Justin Spruill Me, Myself and I Pamlico County High Bayboro, NC Karen Spruill, teacher

Maggie Smith Spring is in the Air Topsail Elementary Hampstead, NC Carol Vincent, teacher

Region 3

Noah Schaffer Monochromatic Me Mills Park Middle Cary, NC Rebekah Arrington, teacher

Isabella Kron Self-Portrait Ravenscroft School Raleigh, NC Joyce Fillip, teacher

Kira Redmond Tasty Thiebauds Richland Creek Elementary

Wake Forest, NC Carrie Klestinec, teacher

Christine Do Irises Daniels Middle Raleigh, NC Melanie Walker, teacher

Region 4

Olivia Billings Negative Boardwalk

Fairmont High Fairmont, NC Ashley Berdeau, teacher

Ty Jewell The President Massey Hill Classical High

Fayetteville, NC Mona Brown, teacher

Natalie Jones Home East Robeson Primary

Lumberton, NC Barbara Coble, teacher

Abril Salinas untitled SanLee Middle Sanford, NC Ellen Duncan, teacher

Raphiel Rodriquez Army Strong! Lee County High Sanford, NC Jody Stouffer, teacher

Elijah West Saving Private Ryan Lee County High Sanford, NC Brian Wohleben, teacher

Region 5

Eian McDonald Texture Collage EP Pearce Elementary

Greensboro, NC Cammie Berrier, teacher

Robert Hamlet The Circuit of Life Northwood High Pittsboro, NC Leslie Burwell, teacher

Lauren Chesnet Eyes North Stokes High Danbury, NC Janis Henderson-Hunsucker, teacher

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“Irises,” crayon etching by Christine Do, Daniels Middle, Raleigh, NC; Melanie Walker, art teacher

Region 6

Yakirah Davis Mosaic Duck Piedmont IB Middle Charlotte, NC Natalie Czerwinski, teacher

Phoebe Guice Monet's Pond Providence High Charlotte, NC Susan Daisley, teacher

Toni Vargas Koi Color Wheel Vance High Charlotte, NC Christopher Grimm, teacher

Maisy Meakin Musical reflection Gaston Day School Gastonia, NC Holt Harris, teacher

Elif Altug untitled Elon Park Elementary Charlotte, NC Genevieve Balcer, teacher

Alex Carroll Tools Triptych Northwest School of the Arts

Charlotte, NC Tamara Conrad, teacher

Maria Buck Oxford Cathedral Jay M Robinson High Concord, NC Leighann Jackson, teacher

Nick Mills Self-Portrait Winecoff Elementary Concord, NC Aimee Mills, teacher

Kayley Pennington

untitled Crestdale Middle Matthews, NC Michelle Newman, teacher

Leslie Cisneros-Sanchez

Dancing Crab Lake Wylie Elementary

Charlotte, NC Jane Rankin, teacher

Samuel Rezac Winter Tree Pineville Elementary Pineville, NC Mary Rutherford, teacher

Fabiola Perez Resonance Vance High Charlotte, NC Amena Saeed, teacher

Jennifer Rushing Coral Reef David W. Butler High Matthews, NC Kelley Shelley, teacher

Jessica Krom The Park Hopewell High Hunterville, NC Deborah Watson, teacher

Ellison Sherrill All is Well Myers Park High Charlotte, NC Lynn Wu, teacher

Region 7

Max Adair Kind Liberty Prep Christian Academy

Mooresville, NC Carolyn Fisher, teacher

Morgan Bellanger Magic in the Mist Forbush Middle East Bend, NC Penny Freeland, teacher

Alyssa Livengood Self Portrait in Blue Starmount Middle Boonville, NC Andrea Raines, teacher

Freddy Luviano Aztec Warrior Statesville Middle Statesville, NC Claude Jones, teacher

Region 8

Allison Roberts My Blue Mountains Cartoogechaye Elementary

Franklin, NC Naomi Albee, teacher

Madison Ammons Zinnia Madison Middle Marshall, NC Kerstin Davis, teacher

Chloe Harnett-Hargrove

Recycled Radio North Windy Ridge Intermediate

Weaverville, NC Dietra Garden, teacher

Liam Zink George on Vacation Brevard Elementary Brevard, NC Pam Granger Gale, teacher

Kylie Fisher Bald Eagle North Canton Elementary

Canton, NC Mae Kelly, teacher

Lily Morgan Butterfly C.D. Owen Middle Swannanoa, NC Patti Lloyd, teacher

Radiance Ramirez Space Boy Swain County High Bryson City, NC Dora May, teacher

Ariana Alfonsa Still Life North Buncombe Middle

Weaverville, NC Laura Norris, teacher

Yarrah Swan-Sullivan

Exaggerating the Blues

AC Reynolds Middle Asheville, NC Szabo Rose, teacher

Gracie Dearing Color Targets Hot Springs Elementary

Hot Springs, NC Sara Sagar, teacher

Hannah Gilbreath Proportion and Shading

Clyde A Erwin Middle Asheville, NC Diane Strazzer, teacher

Autumn Allen Self Portrait 2 and 3 North Buncombe Elementary

Weaverville, NC Marti Svoboda-Sidelnick, teacher

Krista Hall A Butterfly Life Bethel Middle Waynesville, NC Annelle Woggon, teacher

Kaitlyn Parker My Cherokee Roots Smoky Mountain High Sylva, NC Gayle Woody, teacher

Caleb Forbes Portrait of Brad Pitt Mitchell High Bakersville. NC Jennifer Robinson, teacher

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“Spring is in the Air,” tissue paper collage by Maggie Smith, Topsail Elementary, Hampstead, NC; Carol Vincent, art teacher


Violinist, Liam Zink, 4th Grade, Brevard Elementary, Brevard, NC- “Bonaparte’s Retreat” by

unknown & “Old Joe Clark” by Pee Wee King and Redd Stewart

Pianist, Max Adair, 1st Grade, Liberty Prep Christian Academy, Mooresville, NC- "Star Quest"

by Phillip Keveren

Pianist, Caden Mather, 4th Grade, Liberty Prep Christian Academy, Mooresville, NC- "Blues

Around the World:”“Chasing the Blues Away" by Bert Konowitz, "Blues for Wynton Marsalis"

by Bert Konowitz, "Why am I Blue" by (unknown composer), "Good People" by Bert

Konowitz, and "The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin

Violinist, Cherrie Yoon, 2nd Grade, St. Peter’s School, Greenville, NC- Chorus from "Judas

Maccabaeus" by Handel

Dancer, Jodie Coble, 1st Grade, Tanglewood Elementary, Lumberton, NC- “American Kid” by

Go Fish

Reception Performers

Flautist, Mrs. Anna Peterson, Music Teacher, Yadkinville Elementary School, Yadkinville, NC

Pianist, Mrs. Shannon Taylor, Music Teacher, Forbush Middle School, East Bend, NC

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Mission Statement: The mission of the North Carolina Art Education Association is to promote

and improve quality visual arts education throughout the state. NCAEA will focus on three broad

categories to accomplish its goals: LEADERSHIP, SERVICE and ORGANIZATION.

Membership: Membership is open to all visual art educators. We are affiliated with the National

Art Education Association. Our membership consists of elementary, middle and secondary

school art teachers, museum educators, supervisors and administrators of art educators, higher

education art educators, retired art educators, private business art educators and higher

education student chapters of future art educators. We have approximately 650 members and

rank 7th in the nation with our membership total. NCAEA is governed by a 40-member board of

directors. Our state’s eight educational regions are each represented on our board. All levels of

teaching, also, have a representative on the board. Our statewide association proudly serves

from the mountains to the sea.

Services: NCAEA provides a three-day fall professional development conference annually for

members. Many regions provide a spring regional professional development workshop as well.

Student exhibits are sponsored throughout the state including a yearlong exhibit at the NC

General Assembly for our Raleigh legislatures, a statewide traveling National Art Honor Society

exhibit, and many more regional shows provided by our very involved art educators.

North Carolina Art Education Association

PO Box 53593

Fayetteville, North Carolina 28305

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“A is for Alligator,” painted by Jeremiah Horton, Eastern Elementary, Greenville, NC; Charlotte Kassnove, art teacher

The U.S. Department of Education’s Student Art Exhibit Program, now in its 10th year

under the direction of the Office of Communications and Outreach and the Office of Innovation

and Improvement, features visual art created by students in U.S. and international schools. The

program provides students and teachers an opportunity to display creative work from the

classroom in a highly public place that honors their work as an effective path to learning and

knowledge for all. The works also provide Department employees and visitors with both a

beautiful environment and the means to be in touch with the Department’s principal customers –


The program features two exhibits at all times throughout the year: The winners of the

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are exhibited for a year beginning every August, and another

exhibit, rotated every two to three months, accommodates the many educators who want to

exhibit their students’ work. To schedule a visit to the exhibits or to learn more about the

exhibiting opportunity contact Nicole Carinci by phone 202-453-5585 or email at

[email protected].