• "Visit Pike County" 

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    Spring semester photography classes will be exhibiting photographs at the Chant Realty Milford office gallery space. The show is titled "Visit Pike County." We are holding an opening reception May 24 from 3-4pm. I know the students would love to see you there.


    The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is a national competition recognizing teens with exceptional talent in 29 different categories of art and writing. The core values are originality, technical skill, and the emergence of personal voice or vision. DVHS artists were among the 60,000 who entered works in the Northeast Region-At-Large division. Having competed in such a large division, the art department is especially excited this year that Delaware Valley has earned a total of 37 awards consisting of 14 Gold Keys, 11 Silver Keys and 12 Honorable Mentions. Gold Key award winning entries will proceed to national judging.

    We would like to congratulate our students for their hard work and excellence.

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    GOLD KEY - Reilly Henry,, Jada Gonzalez,  Dakota Fury,  Paige Collins ,Madison Dean (2), David Defreese, Chloe Gawel, 
    Delia Macaulay, Abigail Reno, Jesse Umstead, Dena Salotti, Julia Thompson (2),

    silvers 2018

    SILVER - Cyan Vazquez, Dakota Fury, Madison Dean, Christopher Bernazzani, Chloe Gawel,
    Kaitlyn Nagrowski, Catalina Arrabito, Olivia Becker, Delia Macaulay, Nicole Martucci,
    Nickolas Thalassinos.


    HONORABLE MENTION - Julia Thompson, Chloe Gawel, Heather Quadrino, Adriana Majoica,
    Halley Deskin, Georgana Williams, Alexandra Garcia, Kayley Baker, Ashley Skrypek, 
    Paige Collins, Samantha Fraulo, Christen Good


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    The Inaugural Induction of the DVHS Chapter of the National Art Honor Society was held on Jan 10, 2018. Twenty-six sophomores, juniors, and seniors applied and met the criteria of academic and artistic achievement. Upon their induction, students have committed to maintaining their membership by utilizing their artistic skills to contribute to school and community.

    Advisor, Dr. Irene Lantz led the ceremony. Students, Julia Thompson, Abigail Babitz, Chiara Ruggiero, Anastasia Geros, and Georgana Williams, spoke meaningfully about the purpose of the NAHS, the power of art in a community, and how we can lead with our art.

    In the words of junior, Julia Thompson, “Together, we have experience with everything from metalworking, to digital art, to painting, to ceramics. We are also learning to observe, critique, and appreciate other’s art on an advanced and sophisticated level. Most importantly, NAHS will enable us to make a positive contribution to our community in ways that are complex, creative, and beautiful.”

    The highlight of the ceremony was the presentation of the Hexagon Project, a global project demonstrating our interdependence within our society. Students shared their artistry depicting the theme “Transforming Conflict”. The hexagon shape was the unifying thread but each hexagon was uniquely created and of personal meaning to the artist.

    The Art department is excited for the promise of what our new inductees can achieve. Congratulations to:

    Seniors: Sophia Catalano, Jack Doyle, Chloe Gawel, Anastasia Geros, Carly Naundorff, Grace Riexinger, Jade Rubenstein, Ashley Skrypek, Tara Vecchio, Georgana Williams, Michelle Wolf, Olivia Wood

    Juniors: Cailin Connors, Abagail Druttman, Logan Gallagher, Alexandra Garcia, Jayda Mann, Adrianna Mojica, Chiara Ruggiero, Julia Thompson, Brianna Tonnesen

    Sophomores: Abigail Babitz, Kayley Baker, Samantha Garcia, Kaitlyn Nagrowski, Abigail Reno


    Art students are showing their work at Peter's Valley School of Craft, Sally D. Francisco Gallery in Layton, New Jersey. The exhibition features two- and three-dimensional artwork created by students from Delaware Valley and 13 New Jersey high schools. Included in the exhibition are: ceramics, drawing, painting, jewelry, sculpture, photography, and other mixed media. This is the seventh year of this annual event and the artwork is on display thru February 4th.

    Ceramics by Paige Collins, Emma Garrera, Halley Deskin

    Sculpture by Jack Doyle and Anastasia Geros

    Metal Design by Dakota Furry, Nicole Martucci, and Christen Good

    Photography by Krezenzia Quinn

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    STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW - "Dreams and Memories"

    Creative shutterbugs were invited to enter the Dreams and Memories Photography show. The show was juried by students in Mrs. Cavallaro’s Digital Photography class. Students had the experience of selecting, coordinating, and framing works that best interpreted the theme. The framed works will be on exhibit at the Milford Healthcare Center until March. The student photographers enjoyed the company of family, friends, and the Healthcare employees, residents, and guests who attended the opening reception on January 16th. Congratulations to the photographers: Cailin Connors, Dominick Corrieri, Julia Ficken, Sarah Ficken, JD Flick, Chloe Gawel, Idalis Grullon, Kaylee-Rae Keyes, Alana Meyer, Gavin Munro, Lauren Pearl, Centa Quinn, Haleigh Olenick, Grace Riexinger, John Skrypek, Jonathan Toro, Anya Yoncak

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    EMPTY BOWLS 2017

    It was another great year for Mrs Kaylor's Ceramics classes and the Empty Bowls project. On December 15, faculty and staff were invited to dine in the newly designed, well-lit, spacious ceramic room and enjoy a simple but delicious meal of soup. Each student created a ceramic bowl to sell for $5 for the soup to be served in. The Empty Bowls project is an international grassroots effort to fight hunger (www.emptybowls.net/). Thanks to the hard work and heart of the students and soup donations by students and local businesses, over $1100 was donated to the Ecumenical food pantry in Milford. 



    Delaware Valley High School art students had the opportunity to move their best works from the halls of the high school to the walls of the ARTery Gallery on Broad Street in Milford for the sixth annual student show and sale “Voices of Our Youth” .

    Family, friends and community members attended the opening reception on Saturday, March 11th, to celebrate the accomplishments of the young artists and to enjoy an evening of celebration, refreshments and conversation with our students, who enthusiastically discussed their works.

    The event provides the unusual and enviable opportunity for amateur artists to have their work displayed in a professional gallery setting. Seeing their work framed and displayed in a well-lit space surrounded by other great work, feeling the energy of the crowd and sharing the moment with their friends and family was a memorable moment for everyone involved. Works are priced for sale. The student receives the proceeds; often the first time someone has paid them for their work, a very exciting and rewarding experience for any artist!

    The student artists who participated are:

    Alexandria Garcia
    Amanda Floystad
    Amanda Morgan
    Amber Doherty
    Anjelique Dzirko
    Ashley Skrypek
    Caroline Toomer
    Cassandra Hoffmann
    Cassandra Loria
    Catalina Arrabito
    Devyn Walter
    Dillon Mahouchick
    Dominique Cavallaro
    Gabriella Cuevas
    Georgana Williams
    Gillian Cardona
    Halie Longobardo
    Helana Gorski
    Hollee Hutman
    Jack Doyle
    Jade Rubenstein
    Jarrett Palmadessa
    Jayda Mann
    Jordan Hughes
    Julia Thompson
    Katie Gogolen
    Kendra Ramsay
    Lauren Reuther
    Leah Yost
    Leslie Grullon
    Lindsay Toomer
    Lisa Kolasa
    Lucas Rasselenberg
    Madison Dorr
    McKenzie Osterhoudt
    Michaela Mackey
    Michelle Burns
    Paige Collins
    Paulina Kedzior
    Reiley Weems
    Samantha Ellis
    Shaina Klein
    Tara Sayles
    Taryn Naundorff
    Tyler Smith

    National Scholastic Art Award Winner!

    The Scholastics Art and Writing Awards have selected Gabriella Cuevas as a "National American Visions" medal recipient for her drawing "The Plains Bitter Dancer". Gabriella will be honored at a reception at Carnegie Hall on June 8th. Her work will be on display at the Pratt Institute gallery before traveling with the national exhibit tour. Gabriella's is an AP Art Studio student in Mrs Sweeney's class. Congratulations to both student and teacher!