Paige Friedman’s Artwork Showcased at First Lady Yumi Hogan’s Spring 2018 Student Artwork Exhibition
Photo: Paige Friedman, with the First Lady Yumi Hogan and State Superintendent Karen Salmon at teh opening of the Spring 2018 Student Artwork Exhibition
Easton High School Junior Paige Friedman was among the talented students whose artwork was chosen for the First Lady Yumi Hogan’s Spring 2018 Student Artwork Exhibition. Paige is pursuing the Interactive Media Production Career and Technology Pathway at Easton High School under the direction of Mrs. Garnette Hines. Her painting, created with Adobe Illustrator, is titled “Crane Mountain.”
First Lady Hogan, the Maryland State Department of Education-Office of Fine Arts, the Maryland Art Education Association and the Maryland State Arts Council partner to host the annual exhibition to recognize outstanding Maryland student artists. An opening reception for student artists and their families was held at the House of Delegates Gallery Space on March 19, and the student artwork will remain on display there until September 2018.
“We are very pleased to see Paige’s work recognized at this special exhibition, and we look forward to seeing her continue to develop her talent,” said Mr. James Redman, Curriculum Supervisor for Fine Arts at Talbot County Public Schools.