Artwork by Parkville High student to be featured in juried state exhibit at BWI airport

Yancy Quijada Amaya Artwork
Artwork by Yancy Quijada Amaya, Parkville High School

TOWSON, MD – Artwork by four students will represent Baltimore County Public Schools in the juried Maryland Art Education Association BWI Spring 2019 Youth Art Gallery.

The BCPS students whose work was selected for the show are:

•Yancy Quijada Amaya, of Parkville High, art teacher: Caitlin Tellie

•Joel Ferman Hernandez, of Owings Mills High, art teacher: Alex Garove

•Ethan Nagy, of Padonia International Elementary, art teacher: Julia Capallo

•Frank Rosas-Espinoza, of Padonia International Elementary, art teacher: Julia Capallo

The exhibition, Let Art Take You There!, will feature 24 artworks from across Maryland. The pieces will be on display at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport from June until November in the Airport Observation Gallery. The gallery is open to the public and located on the upper level adjacent to the B/C security checkpoint.

“Their artworks will greet the thousands of visitors who pass through BWI daily,” said Sherri Fisher, BCPS coordinator of visual arts. “The Office of Visual Arts extends its congratulations to the students, their teachers, and school communities.”

The exhibition reception will take place on Saturday, June 1, at BWI.

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