Student Concours for the Week of February 29, 2016

Notable works from the classes of James Garvey, Leonid Gervits, Doug Safranek, and Dan Thompson

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Every January through mid-May, the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery at the Art Students League hosts a series of exhibitions. Known as the student concours, these are week-long shows, consisting of work by three or four classes, that open Monday morning, continue through Saturday afternoon, and are replaced on Sundays with a whole new batch of work. A “red dot” is awarded to the work deemed best in each class, with “blue dots” serving to note other outstanding pieces. This week students from the classes of James Garvey, Leonid Gervits, Doug Safranek, and Dan Thompson are exhibiting.

Gallery hours—
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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Painting by James Knight

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Painting by Jaxon Flores

Ryan Campbell

Painting by Ryan Campbell

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Painting by Gary Speziale

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Painting by Benisse Lester

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Painting by Mary Grace Concannon

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Sculpture by Bill Graziano

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Sculpture by Cristina Bonilla

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Painting by Lois LeBlanc

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Painting by Yongxi Chen

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Painting by Yongxi Chen

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Painting by Kira Mendez

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Drawing by Satoko Takahashi

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Drawing by Hon Kong Leung

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Drawing by Vladimir Bydin

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Drawing by Sam Handler

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Drawing by Hon Kong Leung

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Drawing by Vladimir Bydin

Painting by James Knight
Painting by Jaxon Flores
Painting by Ryan Campbell
Painting by Gary Speziale
Painting by Benisse Lester
Painting by Mary Grace Concannon
Sculpture by Bill Graziano
Sculpture by Cristina Bonilla
Painting by Lois LeBlanc
Painting by Yongxi Chen
Painting by Kira Mendez
Drawing by Satoko Takahashi
Drawing by Hon Kong Leung
Drawing by Vladimir Bydin
Drawing by Sam Handler
Drawing by Hon Kong Leung
Drawing by Vladimir Bydin

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