Creative Kids show on display


By R-H Staff



The Visual Arts Center of Preble County is displaying artwork by local high school students through May 14 as part of the Preble County Creative Kids Art Show.


EATON — The Visual Arts Center of Preble County (601 Hillcrest Dr.) will display artwork by local high school students through May 14 as part of the Preble County Creative Kids Art Show. The show is sponsored by the Preble County Educational Service Center and the Preble County Arts Association, and the center is open for browsing Tuesday through Friday from 1-6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

The Level I winners were as follows:

Commercial art: 1st place – Callie McCargish (Eaton), 2nd place – Jacob Offenbacher (Tri-County North).

Black and white drawing: 1st place – Trinity Farmer (National Trail), 2nd place – Kaitlynne Burton (Preble Shawnee), 3rd place – Thomas Pudenz (Tri-County North). Honorable mentions: Savanna Abner (National Trail), Fletcher Durham (Eaton).

Color drawing: 1st place – Dylan Bowen (Twin Valley South), 2nd place – Lorrie Anderson (Tri-County North), 3rd place – Taylor Schumacher (Tri-County North). Honorable mention: Fletcher Durham (Eaton).

Graphic art: 1st place – Sidney Mowell (Twin Valley South), 2nd place – Sarah Willis (Eaton), Zantiago Velasco (Tri-County North). Honorable mention: Hunter Heck (Tri-County North).

Sculpture: 1st place – Gabbie Cooper (Twin Valley South), 2nd place – Brittany Stover (Preble Shawnee), 3rd place – Mistin Campbell (Twin Valley South). Honorable mention: Matthew Hemmelgarn (Twin Valley South).

Mixed media: 1st place – Trinity Farmer (National Trail), 2nd place – Carley Asher (Preble Shawnee), 3rd place – Sean Allen (Preble Shawnee). Honorable mention: Brittany Stover (Preble Shawnee).

Painting: 1st place – Kaitlynne Burton (Preble Shawnee), 2nd place – Mackenzie Messick (National Trail), 3rd place – Kieran Holt (Tri-County North). Honorable mention: Ashley Brown (Preble Shawnee).

Photography: 1st place – Shayla Campbell (Eaton), 2nd place – Paul McKee (Eaton), 3rd place – Gracie Terry (Eaton). Honorable mention: Daphne Durham (Eaton).

Pottery: 1st place – Ruth Wellman (National Trail), 2nd place – Olivia Baumgardner (National Trail), 3rd place – Teagan Davis-Garner (Tri-County North). Honorable mention: Megan Hemp, Tri-County North.

Prints: 1st place – Samantha Skidmore (Twin Valley South), 2nd place – Cody Clevenger (Preble Shawnee), 3rd place – Kirsten Keener (Twin Valley South). Honorable mention: Eddie Blaylock (Twin Valley South).

Fiber: 1st place – Paige Whitesell (Eaton), 2nd place – Katie Bassler (Eaton), 3rd place – Destiny Brubaker (Eaton).

Best of show: Trinity Farmer for her black and white drawing “Portrait – Josh Dun.”

The Level II winners were as follows:

Prints: 1st place – Tiffani Strike (Twin Valley South), 2nd place – Logan Elmore (Tri-County North).

Sculpture: 1st place – Hunter Buehler (Twin Valley South), 2nd place – Shivani Patel (National Trail), 3rd place – Rylie Roberts (National Trail). Honorable mention: Tiffani Strike (Twin Valley South).

Black and white drawing: 1st place – Honoka Sato (Eaton) and Sawyer Hacker (Preble Shawnee), 2nd place – Colton Pugh (Preble Shawnee).

Color drawing: 1st place – Hunter Buehler (Twin Valley South), 2nd place – Natalie Hunt (National Trail), 3rd place – Tiffani Strike (Twin Valley South). Honorable mention: Sawyer Hacker (Preble Shawnee).

Graphic art: 1st place – Shivani Patel (National Trail)

Mixed media: 1st place – Hunter Burhler (Twin Valley South).

Painting: 1st place – Sawyer Hacker (Preble Shawnee), 2nd place – Allison Collins (Eaton), 3rd place – Hunter Buehler (Twin Valley South). Honorable mention: Natalie Hunt (National Trail).

Best of show: Sawyer Hacker for his painting “Worn.”

The Visual Arts Center of Preble County is displaying artwork by local high school students through May 14 as part of the Preble County Creative Kids Art Show.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_thumbnail_20160419_152910.jpgThe Visual Arts Center of Preble County is displaying artwork by local high school students through May 14 as part of the Preble County Creative Kids Art Show.

By R-H Staff

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