Mother McAuley artwork displayed in Palos Park
February 28, 2013 1:24PM
Throughout the month of January, Mother McAuley High School students had their artwork on display in the McCord Gallery and Cultural Center, located in Palos Park.
Updated: April 4, 2013 6:07AM
Various pieces of artwork created by Mother McAuley High School students were on display at Palos Park’s McCord Gallery and Cultural Center throughout January.
The work of about 60 pupils, representing each grade level, was on display at the gallery. The students created the work as part of their participation in classes such as Introduction to Drawing, Introduction to Painting, Studio Art, A.P. Studio Art, Photography, Graphic Design, Ceramics, Sculpture and Art History.
The art on display was created by freshman Kiera Plioplys, of Oak Lawn; Rachel Todd, of Orland Park; Tess Bowens, Frannie Figel, Morgan Jackson, Analiz Magana, Jaclyn Prucha, and Natalie Taff, all of Chicago; sophomores Elizabeth Khouri, of Palos Hills; Sara Dust, Lily Figel, Emma Gadzik, Kayla Herrera, and Danielle Rogers, all of Chicago; juniors Kathy Powell of Homer Glen; Kate Talbert, of Oak Lawn; Kailyn Bates, Makalia Brown, Nora Campos, Desiree DaVila, Rayn Davis, Gloria Lee, and Erica Wieczorek, of Chicago; and seniors Sarah Abbott and Amber Lacey, of Alsip; Patsy Boland, Delilah Hansen, Lindsey McCormick, Mary Claire Moxley, Shannon Rowan and Mairead Zigulich, of Evergreen Park; Tori Bull and Marie Maciejko, of Crestwood; Charlotte Eaton, of Frankfort; Caley Hynes, of Oak Lawn; Anna Kreja, of Midlothian; Giselle Villasenor, of Orland Park; and Maggie Arvesen, Taylor Covington, Katie Diana, Nora Egan, Clare Hickey, Caroline Janecki, Janet Kintner, Clare McKeown, Kiley Mier, Julia Mosqueda, Belle Negrette, Emily Oliver, Ashley Parker, Helen Pazen, Lauren Regan, Abbey Rezetko, Jackie Robertson, Alissa Sandoval, Maddie Sheahan and Ellie Wiencek, all of Chicago.