Williamson County Schools students continue to produce stellar art pieces.

Sixteen WCS students recently had their artwork chosen to be featured at the 2016 Middle Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition at Belmont University.

Belmont University’s Department of Art announced that 15 Independence High students and one from Brentwood Middle will be featured in the gallery. Congratulations to the following students:

  • Nabrotzky Kinzy, Brentwood Middle – untitled, paper-mâche’
  • Madison Gabay, Independence High – Shaping and Measuring, Drawing
  • Molly Cahill, Independence High – Pretty in Pen, Drawing
  • Johannah Ingram, Independence High – Grandma, Drawing
  • Austin Copps, Independence High – Alone, Drawing
  • Ethan Valk, Independence High – Step Down, Drawing
  • Zoe Fitzhugh, Independence High – Legend, Drawing
  • Keller Makemson, Independence High – Braided, Painting
  • Taylor Genter, Independence High – My Red Glasses, Painting
  • Kaylin Warden, Independence High – Metamorphosis, Photograph
  • Blake Oliver, Independence High – The Man in Thamel, Photograph
  • Jordan Pierce, Independence High – Forgotten, Photograph
  • Karissa Selby, Independence High – Just Dance, Photograph
  • Katherine Bellottie, Independence High – Tale As Old As Time, Photograph
  • Sydney Whitacre, Independence High – Monteverde, Costa Rica
  • Keller Makemson, Independence High – The Balancing Act, Photograph

Their pieces will be on display from Jan. 9-27 in Gallery 121 at the Leu Center for Visual Arts Lobby on Belmont’s campus. Awards will be announced at a reception on Jan. 12.