YOUNG ARTISTS: Student art fills Johnson Center for the Arts

first_img Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… “This show is a wonderful opportunity for the parents to share in their students’ excitement of having their artwork on display,” Hopper said. “We appreciate the fact that these parents have instilled in their children an appreciation for art. In the long term, the results will be rewarding.”A total of 137 awards were presented to art students throughout the county in four age divisions and in a variety of categories, including drawing, painting, collage, printmaking, graphic design, painting, mixed media and sculpture. First, second and third place awards were presented in each category and in each grade division.Best of Show Awards for the TB&T Student Art Show were presented in each of the four grade divisions. Recipients of Best of Show Awards were: Grades K-3, William Regehr, Covenant Christian, drawing; grades 4-6, Abbie Parrish, Troy Elementary School, etching; grades 7-9 Joyce Gallie, Charles Henderson Middle School, mix media 2D; and grades 10-12, Ashley Brooke Kersey, Charles Henderson High School, mixed media 3D. Skip Book Nook to reopen By The Penny Hoarder Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthMost 10 Rarest Skins for FortniteTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. 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Lee said TB&T sponsors the student art show annually in support of the arts in the schools and in recognition of the importance of the arts in the community.“TB&T is proud to provide this opportunity for the students to exhibit their artwork and to be recognized for their accomplishments,” Lee said.Pam Smith, retired Charles Henderson High School art teacher, organized and orchestrated the “Art the Size of a Dollar Bill Art Show” and was very complimentary of the participation and the quality of the show. YOUNG ARTISTS: Student art fills Johnson Center for the Artscenter_img Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration From the youngest of school children to the most senior of students, they came, one at a time, to accept awards for their artwork entered in the annual Troy Bank & Trust Student Art Show, Wednesday at the Johnson Center for the Arts.Prior to the awards program at 10:30 a.m. at The Studio, the students and their parents had the opportunity to view the TB&T “Art the Size of a Dollar Bill” Student Art Show at the JCA. Bill Hopper, JCA executive director, expressed his appreciation to TB&T for the bank’s support of the arts in the schools and, specifically, the annual student art show. Email the author Print Article By Jaine Treadwell “The teachers of these art students are to be commended,” she said. “The number of students participating is increasing. I taught about a third of the parents of the students who received awards today. That is an indication that parents realize the importance of the arts in education.”Smith said art is a part of the creative process and, even if students don’t pursue art-related careers, the creative process is a valuable asset in any profession.Smith said the 2018 and 2019 student art shows at the JCA were both billed as “Art the Size of a Dollar Bill.”“Being small artworks, it was easier for students to enter more than one category,” Smith said. “And, also, being small, we had more space to exhibit more artwork.”The first, second and third place award winners in each category in each of the four grade divisions were:Grades K-3 Color Drawing: first, Reagan Chandler, PLAS; second, Finn Duncan, PLAS; third, Lila Smith, PLASBlack and white drawing: first, Carson Dorsett, PLAS; second, Brody Spivey, PLAS; third, Mary Clark Brown, PLASPainting: first, Charlie Jo Morgan, TES; second, Tyler Estes, CCA; second,Elisa Pacheco, CCA; third, Kaida Dinh, TES2-D collage: first, Lyam Senn, TES; second, Lincoln Green, TES; third, Jalun Adams, TES3D collage: first, Hailey Horn,CCA; second, Arionna Hinton, TES; third, Lizzie Kate Staggs, TES¬Printmaking – relief: first, James Wei, CCA; second, Elisa Pacheco, CCA; third, Keaton Baker, CCAPrintmaking – etching: first, Bennett Greer, CCA; second, Layla Motes, CCA; third, Edi Hua, CCAMixed media 2D: first, Meg Gardner, PLAS; second, Jamario Bowen, TES; third, Natalie Hamm, PLASMixed media 3D relief: first, Kevin Branch, CCA; second, Caroline Murphy, CCA; third, Slade Brown, TESSculpture – molded: first, Maggie Adams, TES; second, Maggie Rice, TES; third, Josie Walker, TESSculpture assembled: first, Erin Siler, TES; second, Jayce Tolbert, TES; third, Jake Hitchcock, TESBest of Show: William Regehr, CCA (color drawing) Grades 4-6Color drawing: first, Emma Holbert, CCA; second, Peter Du, CCA; third, Daniel Pacheco, CCABlack and white drawing: first, Peter Du, CCA; second, Christian Cobb, CCA; third, Brayden Burkett, TESPainting: first, Sadie Holbert, CCA; second, Raeghan Worley, CCA; third, Emma Faircloth, CCACollage: first, Ashlan Drivas, CCA; second, Reagan Warren, CCA; third, Patrick Slay, TESPrintmaking – relief: first, Madison Mulkey, CCA; second, Penny Earnest, CCA; third – Layton McCullough, TESPrintmaking – etching: first, Bryton Camwell, TES; second, Alaiya Agboatwala, TES; third, Benjamin Cochran, TESGraphic design black and white: first, Lanie Spivey, PLAS; second, Taylor Ellis, PLAS, third, Jesus Sanchez, TESGraphic design color: first, Lola Drinkwater, CCA; second, Isabella Turner, TES; third, Joe Drinkwater, CCAMixed Media 2D: first, Madison Mulkey, CCA; second, Daniel Pacheco, CCA; third, Brea Swindall, CCA; third, Carmen Sanders, PLASMixed media 3D relief: first, Lola Drinkwater, CCA; second, Ford Hussey, PLAS; third, Luke Sikes, PLASSculpture: first, Grace King, TES; second, Christopher Pedroza, TES; third, Genaci Moore, TESBest of Show: Abbie Parrish, TES (Etching)Grades 7-9Color drawing: first, Elsie Coppage, CHMS; second, Keisha Patel, CHHS; third, Sofia Valencia, CHMSBlack and white drawing: first, Joyce Gallie, CHMS; second, Parker Cox, GHS; third, Mallory Grace Sanders, CCA; third, Breanna Mills,GHSWatercolor painting: first, Keisha Patel, CHHS; second, Breanna Mills, GHS; third, Lainey Hattaway, GHSAcrylic painting: first, Joyce Gallie, CHMS; second, Mary Samson Dunn, CHMS; third, Katelyn Davis, GHSCollage: first, Hannah Sparrow, CHHS; second, Aurora Tipp, CHMS; third, Lainey Hattaway, GHSPrintmaking: first, Mallory Grace Sanders, CCA; second, Anyssa Batie, CHMS; third, Aurora Tipp, CHMSPhotography: first, Hope Challancin, CHMS; second, Eavie Kate Lindsey, CHMS; third, J¬¬esell Pastel, CHMSGraphic design black and white: first, Abigail Ellerman, GHS; second, Ensley Eakes, PLAS; third, Ashlin Williams, GHSGraphic design color: first, Eavie Kate Lindsey, CHMS; second, Sawyer Keck, CHMS; third, Mallory Grace Sanders, CCAMixed media 2D: first, Marlie Williford, CHMS; second, Breanna Mills, GHS; third, Hannah Sparrow, CHHSMixed media 3D: first, Mary Samson Dunn, CHMS; second, Addison Armstrong, CHMS; third, Hope Challancin, CHMSSculpture molded: first, Jordan Ogleclark, CHMS; second, Ka’Mya Brown, CHMSSculpture assembled: first, Marlie Williford, CHMS; second, Halie Crawley, CHMSBest of Show: Joyce Gallie, CHMS (Mixed Media 2D)Grades 10-12Color drawing: first, Julianne Castro, CHHS; second, Anna Robinson, CHHS; third, Isabella Carr, GHSBlack and white drawing: first, Angelica Garcia Moreno, CHHS; second, Mathew Davis, GHS; third, Sophie Hollis, PLASPainting: first, Carsyn Smith, CHHS; second, Wade Roughton, GHS; third, Alexander Carr, GHS2D collage: first, Anna Robinson, CHHS; second, Hayden Roberts, CHHS; third, Kassidy Mizell, CHHS3D collage: first, Ashley Brooke Kersey, CHHS; second, Angelica Garcia, Moreno; CHHS; third, Amber Fayson, CHHSPrintmaking: first, Amber Fayson, CHHS; second, Javier Cortez, GHS; third, Grace Qualls, GHSGraphic design black and white: first, Alexander Carr, GHS; second, Michael Morgan, GHS; third, Jenesis McClure, GHSGraphic design color: first, Niky Li, CHHS; second, Niki Li, CHHS; third, Kassidy Mizell, CHHSMixed media 2D: first, Angelica Garcia-Moreno, CHHS; second, Julianne Castro, CHHS; third, Jenesis McClure, GHSMixed media 3D: first, Brianna Pham, CHHS; second, Amber Fayson, CHHSBest of Show: Ashley Brooke Kersey, CHHS (Mixed Media 3D) Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Published 8:57 pm Wednesday, October 23, 2019 Latest Storieslast_img read more

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