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More Than 200 Works on Display in Berchmans Hall

Fine Arts Department Chair Kelli Smith kicked off the annual art show with the Direction of Intention, calling together students, friends, and family in prayer. Down the hallways of Berchmans Hall, more than 200 works of art are on display - photography by the Art Studio, and digital artwork, painting, and drawing in the hallway connecting St. Joe's and Berchmans Halls. 

Ms. Smith's guest artist judges ranked all the pieces entered into the art show using a rubric, and awarded the following:


  • People's Choice: Metro, Alex Alsobrooks-Laney
  • Honorable Mention: To the Bridge, Bridget Glennon
  • Third: Sacred Places, Simone Lewis
  • Second: Winter Wonderland, Mary Williams
  • First: Toronto, Leah Mogus


  • People's Choice: Black & White, Chloe Quinn
  • Honorable Mention: Lanterns, Julia Malloy
  • Third: In Feels, Jade Adams
  • Second: Side Effects, Jackie Carroll
  • First: Still Life, Emily Burke


  • People's Choice: Oranges, Bridget Glennon
  • Honorable Mention: Bloom, Kana Walsh
  • Third: Album, Still Life, Anna Connolly Lisle
  • Second: Bright Eyes, Madison Beeman
  • First: After School Sushi, Johanna Fernando

Digital/Mixed Media:

  • People's Choice: Meow, Meow & Princess, Cat Shiozaki-Rynecki
  • Honorable Mention: Gray Area, Bridget Glennon
  • Best in Statement: The Day the Crayons Quit, Clara Permuy
  • Third: Breaking News, Elle Thomas
  • Second: Spirited, Sadie Fester
  • First: Rainy Nights, Emily Burke

Congratulations, artists! See photos from the art show below: