SHG art student Lydia '22 showcases painting in Bruce Museum's iCreate Student Exhibition

SHG art student Lydia '22 showcases painting in Bruce Museum's iCreate Student Exhibition

Recent Sacred Heart Greenwich graduate Lydia Fullerton ’22 had her painting accepted at the Bruce Museum iCreate Student Exhibition.

According to the Bruce Museum’s website, “iCreate serves as an outlet for emerging artists, amplifying the scope of their pieces' influence and providing the community a glimpse into regional artistic potential. The works submitted are from diverse artists and mediums and explore different themes ranging from critiques of traditional social constructs to playful portraits, fond memories, race, identity, nature, and animal welfare.”

While the exhibit has not be able to be in person for the last couple of years due to the pandemic and New Bruce construction, the museum is excited to present iCreate virtually again this year from June 26, 2022 to September 4, 2022.

Lydia’s acrylic painting entitled “Motionless” was chosen to be part of this prestigious exhibition. “I am so honored to be included in the Bruce Museum Art Exhibit this summer. It’s such a fun opportunity and I am so glad it’s offered to high school students in our area,” Lydia said. “I loved my art classes at Sacred Heart and have learned so much over the years. While I am so sad to be leaving the art program at Sacred Heart, I know it has prepared me to pursue creativity and art in college!”

Congratulations, Lydia! To learn more about iCreate 2022 and view the virtual exhibit starting June 26, visit Bruce Museum’s website here.

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