WATERLOO — Four Cedar Valley high schools are among 10 featuring student art in Veridian Credit Union’s ArtShare exhibit across Iowa.
Art department leaders from Cedar Falls, Columbus, Waterloo East and Waterloo West high schools selected approximately 50 pieces for display in Veridian’s branch on Ansborough Avenue.
In total, 150 pieces will be on display at select Veridian branches in Ankeny, Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Waterloo and Waverly for one year.
Verdian in Waterloo, at 1827 Ansborough Ave., will host a public unveiling event March 5 from 6 to 7 p.m. The Veridian in Waverly, at 315 Oak Ridge Circle, will have its public unveiling March 26 from to 6 to 7 p.m.
The program was created by Veridian in 2002 to recognize and celebrate the talent of local student artists. Pieces range from oil on canvas to graphic design, jewelry, pottery and more. To unveil each collection, Veridian hosts a series of ArtShare Premiere events that are free and open to the public with refreshments served.
Cedar Falls High School featured artists: Tyler Ausborn, Emerald Barnes-Seger, Samuel Dickey, Joseph Dunning, Marissa Francis, Lexie Godfrey, Sofia Munoz, Andrew Nickey, Claire Sanderman, Maddie Schmidt, Lizzie Shockley, Demir Tuken, David Verastegui and Lexie Zaugg.
Columbus Catholic High School featured artists: Alaina Erazo-White, Emily Etringer, Peyton Fix, Daniela Gutierrez, Zachary Hellman, Lucas Kahler, Jet Klay, Megan Knudtson, Daniel Kolo, Maliyah Little, Claudia Mendoza Andres, Georgia Nagl, Jazmine Peters, Jennifer Weber and Adora Welsh.
Waterloo East High School featured artists: Daniel Berdecia-Medina, Skylar Brunson, Jose Chavarria, Rachel Geary, Sydney Nai, Noely Sibrian and Jami Stribley.
Waterloo West High School featured artists: Hans David Boursiquot, Corwin Finch, Jonatan Gil Sanchez, Aliyah Hudson, Hannah Lovegren, Janeth Mejia-Martinez, Kaitlyn Meyer, Marcelo Miller Pavia, Abigail Nathe, Jeneah Nazreth, Phuong Pham and Lauren Smith.