The Art Students League of New York Presents an Exhibition of Outstanding Student Works
The Art Students League’s Annual Concours Exhibitions from this past school year includes thousands art works. The Red Dot Exhibition celebrates the exceptional accomplishments of students in the tradition of the concours–French word meaning “competition” or “contest”–follows a long-standing French atelier traditions.
It is with the greatest honor to receive a Red Dot recognition for my work “Daedalus & His Wings” which I painted while studying under Janet A. Cook.
Fun Fact: One of the earliest recipient of the red dot award was Georgia O’Keefe who studied under William Merritt Chase in 1908. I am pretty sure I have painted in the same studio where William Merritt Chase taught.
For view and read more about the exhibition please follow the links from the Art Students League below. Many exhibiting art works are available for purchase, including my painting. A portion of the sale will directly benefit the Art Students League of New York.