Exhibit to showcase works by young artists

By Staff
CREATING A MASTERPIECE Brianna Mayo, shown honing her skills in a pottery class, is among several young artists whose works will be featured in a Summer Youth Art Exhibit today at the Meridian Museum of Art. Scheduled from 2 p.m.-3 p.m., the exhibit features work created by the talented young artists who attended the museum's summer youth art classes. Submitted photo
special to The Star
July 18, 2004
The Meridian Museum of Art will host a reception honoring young artists with work in its Summer Youth Art Exhibit today, from 2 p.m.-3 p.m. The reception at the downtown museum is free and open to the public.
The exhibit features work created by the talented young artists who attended the museum's summer youth art classes, including drawing, painting, maskmaking, jewelrymaking, pottery, cartooning and mixed media.
Artists with work in the exhibit include Caitlyn Ainsworth, Bradley Anders, Haley Bailey, Maggie Balan, Mary Webb Ballou, Blake Barham, Amanda Benton, Andrew Benton, Ashley Benton, Will Bridges, Anna Lauren Brown, Katie Bruister, Jamie Bynum, Brad Carver, MacKenzie Carver, Abby Chandler, Patrick Chatham, Jessica Cole, Mason Coleman, Kaitlen Collins, Myles Culpepper, Brandon Daniel, Lauren Davidson, Morgan Davidson, Alex Drew, Katie Dufour, Jon William Dungan, Robin Emmons, Katherine Jane Forbert, Addie Ford, Alexis Gaines, Kase Glidewell, Alyssa Goodman, Grace Goodman, Vashti Graham, Madison Greenway, Maverick Hamilton, Corrie Hancock, Grace Helton, Hannah Ivey, Rachel Ivey, Jamie Lynn Joyner, Ashley King, Emily King, Samantha Labutka, Jordan Lamar, Trenton Lamar, Colleen Luecht, Hannah Luecht, Coyt Majure, Lake Majure, Katherine Matheson, Hallie Mayatt, Brianna Mayo, Claire McCraw, Britton McElroy, Esme McFerrin, Alice McKelvey, Michael McLain, Ariel Mosley and Kariel Mosley.
Alli Neal, Abigail Noel, Morgan Noel, John Alex Nunnery, Erin O'Laughlin, Kate O'Laughlin, John Alex O'Quin, Victoria O'Quin, Sarah Owen, Reid Perry, Jory Peterson, Virginia Pressly, Maya Prince, Leslie Roberson, Drew Samson, Cory Shumate, Sean Shumate, Garrett Slay, Patrick Slay, Taylor Slay, Blair H. Smith, Mason Smith, Colton Steele, Noah Stiltner, Brad Stokes, Ella Catherine Strahan, Montana Terral, Steven J. Tremblay, Grace Turnage, Walton Turnage, Anna Catherine Vega, Andrew Wallace, Avery Watson, Camden Weir, Kyndall Weir, Merrell White, Mary Claire Whitehead, Olivia Wible and Lindsey Ziller.
MMA's summer youth art programs are sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Meridian, the Norfolk Southern Federation and Rush Foundation Hospital, and supported in part by the city of Meridian, the Mississippi Arts Commission and the Riley Foundation.
For more information about other MMA youth art programs, visit the museum at 628 25th Ave., Tuesday-Sunday, from 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Or, call 693-1501 or e-mail MeridianMuseum@aol.com.

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