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Canterbury Students Show Work at Hunt Hill Farm Art Show

Canterbury Students Show Work at Hunt Hill Farm Art Show
Meredith Berry-Toon

Nearly a dozen Canterbury students were chosen to have their work presented at the Hunt Hill Farm Art Gallery in New Milford along with student-artists from area high schools. The show featured paintings, drawings, sculptures, and ceramic work by students in the Fine Arts Department. Fine Arts Chair Kim Tester and faculty member Chas Hollinger selected the best student work from their Spring Semester courses to be on display. 

Brigida Caruso ’20 won The Hunt Hill Farm Award for Best Mixed Media 3-D, for a sculpture she created as homage to New York City while Alexa Esposito ’20 earned the Award for Best Mixed Media 2-D for her abstract charcoal drawing. 

Additional students whose art is exhibited in the show included Nova Chen ’19, Sara Stone ’19, Angelina Arceo Ferrer ’19, Mikhail Verozub ’19, Rachael DeLong ’19, Alexa Esposito ’20, Xing Gao ’20, Diqing Xu ’20, Kayla Jendras ’20, Cadence Trach ’20, Jongoh Kim ’21, 

The show is open to the public and will run through Friday, April 26 at the Silo Gallery at Hunt Hill Farm. 

Photos of the Art Show Opening