Furlow Receives BFSDoArt’s Roxie Remley Scholarship
The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art has the extreme pleasure of recognizing Claudia Furlow as the 2014 Roxie Remley scholarship recipient.
Artwork by Claudia Furlow
This year’s Roxie Remley Scholarship recipient is Claudia Furlow, from Luray, Virginia. As a Master of Fine Arts painting student, Furlow teaches art to children at the Averitt Center for the Arts and the gifted program at Claxton Elementary School. She strives to inspire young children with the confidence to employ their skills and gifts in creative actives that encourage personal growth in other aspects of their lives. Additionally, she is a part of the Omicron Delta Kappa and Golden Key International Societies and has won several wards for her paintings. Her goal after graduating from Georgia Southern is to exhibit on a national scale while supporting herself as an instructor of art at the university level and continue to teach children’s art when the opportunity arises.
About the Award
Faculty emerita Roxie Remley established this scholarship to support and recognize exceptional graduate students who have demonstrated substantial achievement and excellence in their chosen studio area, as well as their studies in art history, theory and criticism, and professional practices.
In order to win a BFSDoArt Scholarship and/or award, students submitted an application and portfolio, eligibility also required a 3.0 grade point average or above.
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