Curry Schiavone holds a B.A. in art from the University of North Carolina in Asheville where his emphasis was on sculpture. Prior to joining the MSV staff, Schiavone was an elementary and middle school art teacher at the Powhatan School, and a substitute teacher for Winchester and Frederick County Public Schools.
Tanya Gupta is a graphic designer and illustrator who loves making whimsical art with sparkles of joy and fun. Following her studies in Multimedia and 2D Animation, Tanya was drawn toward the mesmerizing world of illustration, especially children’s book illustration. Her work has been published in children’s books, educational books, wedding invitations and packaging designs. Originally from India, Tanya moved to Winchester in 2017 where she continues her passion for creativity and is always eager to help the Local Artist Community.
Visit the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley’s website here to check out and register (FREE) for upcoming Teen Art Club meetings.
2022 Teen Art Club Exhibition
Featured Artists 2022
Ksusha Lowry-Neufeld | Emma Woshner | Lilly Black | Katherine Combs | Abriana Pennington | Makenna Kerns | Maddie Reinitz | Ainsley Tedrow | Aubrianna Crane | Jake Howard | Ava Williams | Vonnie Law | Sadye Daniela Zamitiz | Ava Conners | Ryn Schiavone | Ireland Smelser | Noah Kaufmann | Madison Faath | Sophie Farrell | Zainab Tarawally | Takya Perry | Sarah Starling | Katie Reagan | Elena Leasure | Musse Abraham
2021 Teen Art Club Exhibition
This exhibition marks the first ever showcase of works from Teen Art Club participants. The artists featured in this collection are all local youth artists who have the passion and drive to make art an important part of their lives. Working across a number of mediums, these artists are proof that the creative spirit and desire to hone artistic skills are not bound by age.
* Weekly prompts were initiated during the recent worldwide pandemic and are no longer active,but remain posted here for your enjoyment.
Follow us on social media to see weekly prompts designed to be accessible and get your creative juices flowing! Share your creations by sending us pics (via DM or to [email protected]) or you can just put them in the comments on the Virtual Teen Art Club social media posts!
*Teen Art Club is open to everyone, no registration or previous attendance required. Feel free to get younger (or older) siblings to join in and even parents are welcome to give the projects a shot. Teen Art Club is a joint venture made possible by our partnership with the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley.