DALLAS — Art students from Sue Hand’s Imagery studio in Dallas showcased their creations this week at the 41st annual Student Art Exhibit.
The event draws hundreds of art lovers each year to view and purchase pieces created by regional talent, including artists from as far away as Allentown and Binghamton, N.Y.
Owner Sue Hand said several hundred pieces were on display, including styles such as impressionism, realism, graphic art and cartoons.
“The students participate in the art school for the enjoyment of creating something,” Hand said. They range from elementary school children to senior citizens, novices to professionals.
“There are professionals who are honing their skills and young students who seek to pursue a career in the arts,” she said. “There are also students who just enjoy the camaraderie with other artists.”
Nature scenes, landscapes, cityscapes, portraits and more were crafted with acrylics, oils, watercolors, graphics and inks. One illustrated book on display commemorated