Lamb named Camden Hills art student of the month
Rockport — The Camden Hills Regional High School Visual and Performing Arts Department announces that senior Carman Lamb has been selected as student of the month for January.
Lamb has been involved in visual and performing arts in a variety of ways during her high school career. She has taken classes in photo, drawing, clay, and is currently taking Advanced Art Portfolio.
She has worked behind the scenes on several Camden Hills theater productions, including hair and makeup for three years, including West Side Story and Phantom of the Opera. She also worked on set painting on Phantom and The Odyssey, among other shows.
Lamb also has an interest in music, and has studied harp for six years under the instruction of Mary Chamberlain and Carol Rohl.
In visual art, the effort Lamb invests in projects is phenomenal. She has spent many hours outside of school time, often taking large art pieces home to spend weekends and vacations completing them to her high standards. As a result of this dedication, she was selected to attend the Student Craft Studio Workshop at Haystack School of Crafts in spring 2012.
Lamb has had artwork selected for Fine Arts Night and the annual Student Show at Center for Maine Contemporary Art. Last spring, her papier-mache lion was a feature of the Center for Maine Contemporary Art exhibition.
Lamb's favorite quote: "For my part, I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream." Vincent van Gogh
Lamb plans on attending a liberal arts college in the fall.