Color Theory

April 2022
Written By: 
Grand Strand Magazine Staff
Photographs by: 
courtesy of Elizabeth Dawson/Best in Show (2021)

Elizabeth Dawson [Carolina Forest High School], Digital Photography, 13 x 20 inches

The Myrtle Beach Art Museum is hosting the Horry-Georgetown County High Schools’ 22nd Annual Juried Exhibition this April! From April 12 to May 21, patrons are invited to visit the second-floor galleries for the chance to see the best in artistic talent from local high school students. Elizabeth Dawson’s Color Theory is one of many inspiring pieces of art that will be featured in the exhibit. 

Artist Natalie Daise, from Georgetown, South Carolina, will be the judge for this year’s exhibition. Daise has over 30 years’ experience as a self-taught performing and visual artist. Over the years, she has earned her MA in Creativity Studies from Union Institute and University, and enjoys creating educational, community-building experiences that inspire and help artists in their own creative journeys. 

“I believe we are all creative and sometimes just need a little help manifesting it,” she says. 

Visitors to the exhibit can expect a variety of colorful, lively, unique and original pieces of art from talented students across Horry and Georgetown counties.