April 12 – May 21, 2022

A diverse array of media as well as artistic styles fills the second-floor galleries with color, life and originality — an extraordinary opportunity for area high school art students to gain experience in the actual process of having their artwork exhibited in a professional setting.

This year, Georgetown-SC artist Natalie Daise will judge the art. For more than 30 years, Daise has been a performing and visual artist. Her belief in the positive power of stories fuels all her work. A self taught, visionary artist, Daise’s performances, painting and functional art pieces arise from the tradition of storytelling. “I believe we are all creative and sometimes just need a little help manifesting it. I’m good at that.” Committed to making art and presentations that entertain, educate, empower and inspire, Daise has participated in the creative process and facilitated educational, creative and community building experiences for years. Daise holds an MA in Creativity Studies from Union Institute and University.


sponsored by Sandy Hubbard and Tom Logan

Participating artists/students:

Academy for Arts,
Science + Technology

Brianna Arrowood

Keegan Brown

Anastasia Bruorton

Roni Butbul,
Second Place, 2D

Brady Carney,
Best in Show

Eden Chowning

Kayla DeBrunner

Giavanna Feschuk

Hannah Garrett

Lesslie Hernandez Olvera

Barlow Hoffman

Anna Grace Hunter

Ava Hussey

Jack Jemison

Isabella Knapp

Haven Lowery,
First Place, 2D

Summer Malave

Athena Matyas

Leslie Mendoza,
Beth Eakins Memorial
Award [Judge’s Choice]

Jazmyn Oliver

Jackson Penn

Lakelyn Phillips

Isabella Quade,
First Place, 3D

Hailee Robinson

Jasmine Rohde

Xara Saldarriaga,
Third Place, 2D

Ju’Kiyah Scurry

Lauren Senig

Hayden Staiger

Van Tran

Nathaniel Turner

Matthew Uhrain

Zaria Windley,
Third Place, 3D

Calvary Christian School

Amrithaa Balachandran

Carolina Forest High School

Madison Aherne

Oliva Ailstock

Adriana Ayala

Leslie Brown

Kyndall Cooper

Taylor Foxworth

Ani Harris

Jordan Kimmick

Cayden Sharp

Ava Silva

The Georgetown School
of Arts + Sciences

Ella Cheek

Saylor Strickland

Green Sea Floyds High School

Alicia Armstrong

Natalie Sperr

Lowcountry Preparatory School

Madeleine Davis

Manny Marcantoni

Jessica Sandor

Elisa Wahl

Myrtle Beach High

Maryory Benavides

Izzi Lynch

Catherine McCollum

Lizzie McCullom

Tre Phillips

Cousteau Rountree

North Myrtle Beach
High School

Hannah Harman

Noah Lester

Socastee High School

Lindsey Beam,
Rising Star Award

Kristen Fattizzi

Kloe Gregory,
Honorable Mention, 2D

Makayla Hartley

Parker Kavanaugh

Makenzie Reichart

Caroline Szyszkowski

Izzy Zygmont

St. James High School

Jordyn Baker,
Second Place, 3D

Rickey Barnes

Laney Brown

Dakota Burrows

Gabriella Carr

Becca Cleveland

Ciara Fowler,
Honorable Mention, 3D

Harley Furr

Lilli Groves

Ryan Himelright

Taylor Less

Levi Mallory

Eve Phillips

Kaylee Smith

Vine + Branches Home Education

Maggie Elliott

Tracey Evans


Myrtle Beach’s Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum strives to be one of the finest visual arts museums in the Carolinas. With 11 galleries that change throughout the year, Myrtle Beach’s only art museum offers exhibitions featuring paintings, textiles, sculpture, photography, video, ceramics, assemblage, collage and more. A visit to the Art Museum’s exhibitions can be enhanced by its lively programming, including artist receptions, tours, lectures, workshops and classes for both adults and children.