Thursday, September 5, 2013

Gaston Day grad's art chosen for D.C. exhibit

Holland Haag, who graduated from Gaston Day School this spring, won a National Gold Key in the Scholastic competition for her ink drawing, "Drenched," and the art has been chosen for display in Washington, D.C.

This summer, Holland's drawing has been on display at Parson School of Design in New York.

The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities chose her drawing, along with the work of 43 other students from across the country, to be a part of the Art.Write.Now D.C. exhibit. The drawing will be shown at the U.S. Department of Education this month.

Holland now attends Clemson University.