JHM presents high school art awards

| April 20, 2021

The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is excited to announce the high school A Playground of Talent winners. Special thanks go to judges Shara Prindle of The Frame Shop and Rachel Hall of Hillbippie Clay and art teachers Carissa Dickerson (RHS), John Miller (CHS), Rodney Stein (RVHS), and Michelle Woodie (Coshocton Opportunity School).

All submitted high school works were judged in three categories: 2-D pieces, 3-D pieces, and graphic art pieces. They are then scored on composition, technique, and originality within those categories. The piece that scores the best overall, despite the category, is awarded best of show. The winners are as follows: Best of Show: Anna Trimmer –  Graphite Horse; 2-Dimensional Winners: Alexis Berry – Northern Lights, Lyndsie Liedtke – Cephalopod, Lindsay Griffith – The Koi of L, Micah Hutton – Untitled, Lillian Wright – Untitled, Jaidyn Brink – Reaching for Life, Raychel Smalley – Black and White Lady, Caleb Felton, Conner Moran, Reece Slaughter, Eric McFarland, Matthew Brickey – Cap Art, and Sadie Olson – Confusion; 3-Dimensional Winners: Natalie Ulery – Winnie the Poo’s Hunny Pot, Kennedy Kittel – Bulbasaur, Natalie Ulery – The Lady Bug; and Graphic Arts: Jaidyn Brink – Till Next Time, My Friend.

Check out the winners and lots of other wonderful pieces now through May 9. If you cannot make it in person, there will be a photo montage of each piece available to view at www.jhmuseum.org.

A Playground of Talent is sponsored by Dixie and Wilson Graham. The Ohio Arts Council also helped fund this event with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. The museum is open Tuesday-Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., no appointment needed. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for children, and $15 for families. The museum offers free admission for Coshocton County residents every Sunday.

Category: Arts & Entertainment

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