Last month, the amazing artwork of Dylan Briceno-Hawkins ’15, Cole Fisher ’15, and Andrew Deming ’15 was recognized with top awards at Jesuit High School’s Celebration of the Arts.
This month, the trio of talented Jesuit seniors is hitting it big in collegiate art circles.
Briceno-Hawkins, Fisher, and Deming each had a piece chosen from among hundreds of entries submitted by Hillsborough County students for exhibit at the University of Tampa High School Art Show. Selections were made by the UT Fine Arts faculty.
Briceno-Hawkins’ portrait of an Afghan Aluminum Worker took home one of the show’s five highest awards. The awards were presented at a reception at the Scarfone Hartley Gallery at UT on May 15.
(Homepage photo: Briceno-Hawkins accepting his award from the curator of the Scarfone Hartley Gallery, Dorothy Cowden.)
Click here to read about how Briceno-Hawkins created the “hyper-realism” of his incredibly detailed and evocative award-winning piece, as he explains in the current issue of Jesuit’s Perspectives magazine.
The show runs through the end of the month at the Scarfone Hartley Gallery. Viewing dates and times are listed below. Click here for more information:
- Tue. May 19 through Fri. May 22: 10:00am–4:00pm
- Sat. May 23: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
- Tue. May 26 through Thur. May 28: 10:00am–4:00pm
Below are Briceno-Hawkins’ mostly charcoal portrait of an aluminum worker, Fisher’s colorful portrait of a rapper, and Deming’s mixed media piece, and click here for a photo slideshow.