This exhibition features artwork created by 28 students enrolled in Northville High School’s International Baccalaureate (IB) Visual Art experience. The students install a selection of their best works in the Art House gallery, each with thoughtfully written object labels. In the program, students developed problem-solving skills and proficiency as artists by exploring and experimenting in a variety of contemporary practices and media. Learn more about the NHS IB Program.
Reception: Tuesday, March 21, 6:30 – 8pm
View a slideshow and curatorial content by the students.
First held in 1999, this year’s Northville Public Schools Student Virtual Art Exhibition features 21 artworks by 12 artists in Grades 9 – 12 from Northville High School. Each artist will be recognized for their creative work through a virtual reception.
Kevin Grow has been a lifelong visual art enthusiast and later in life actively pursued photography and painting. After retiring as an IT professional at Ford, he has focused primarily on oil painting, taking classes and workshops to further his skills.
A selection of his waterscape oil paintings are on view.
“My goal is to give the viewer a sense of light, movement, and emotional connection to the painting.”
Rose Marie Starke grew up in Livonia and attended Kendall School of Design. She worked as a commercial artist at several advertising agencies before raising a family and working on freelance art. Starke’s Studio has been her home-based business for the past 28 years.
“My work is a personal statement made through the innovation of color, texture and design elements with which I express my moods and ideas.”