Drawing: First place Anna Magnani, “Untitled,” TPHS. Second place Chris Meyers “Nature’s Intervention,” third place Natalie Cressy “Untitled,” honorable mentions Tyler Geeson and Cassie Paquin, all YVHS; and honorable mention Anna Magnani, “Troll,” TPHS.
Painting: All from YVHS: First place Sarah Kellim “Miner Town,” second place Caleb Hull “Nevermore,” third place Elena Bost “The Dead Queen,” and honorable mentions Aurora Hemphill “Untitled,” Shawn Hoesel “Individualism,” Chritina Gobbard “Snowy Night,” Lucille DeSantis “Sunrise.”
Photography: All from TPHS: First place Katlynne Van Eaton “Threshold,” second place Alexa Flores “Rose,” third Marissa Thomas “Chained,” honorable mentions Kaiylie Tolth “Palm Tree With Sunset” and Kaylyn Weber “Lonely Leaf.”
Other: First place Christopher Falossi “Don’t Tread on Me,” La Contenta; second place Jana Hansen “Into My Mind,” Hope Academy; third place Clarissa Cooper “You Can Create Tomorrow,” YVHS; and Jessica Harwood “Rose Blue” TPHS, Elizabeth Glenn “OP Art,” Hope Academy, honorable mentions.
The $500 Ada Bigler Scholarship for a senior with outstanding artistic potential was given to Sarah Miller, YVHS. New this year, a $250 CMC Foundation Award went to Brianna Johnson, YVHS. Several students also received a special Art Collector award from an anonymous Guild member.