Students Win Scholastic Art and Writing Awards For Their Work

Timber Creek art students have recently won Scholastic Art and Writing awards for their work. Jennifer Thompson’s sculpture classes and Chrissy Fitch’s painting classes submitted art to the competition in December.

“The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is a great event because it really encourages originality and having the students develop their own artist voice,” said Thompson in an email.

Twelve Timber Creek students entered their artwork to the competition.

“The Gold Key is the highest award received at the regional level.  Danna Mejia Lopez is the first student I have taught to receive this award,” continued Thompson. “We are in a very large region and it is a great honor to receive it.”

The students who were recognized are:

*Student who won- award they won for, which category they won for category, and the title

Hannah Boggs won Silver Key in Painting for her work, ‘Worth a Thousand Words.’

Meleya Dunn won Silver Key in Ceramics & Glass for her work ‘A Soft Touch.’

Jake Howard won Honorable Mention in Painting for his work ‘Waves.’

Alexis McKnight won Silver Key in work Art Portfolio for her work ‘Innovation Creation.’

Oriana McNair won Silver Key in Ceramics & Glass for her work ‘Outside Our World.’

Danna Mejia Lopez won Gold Key in Sculpture for her work ‘UNI.’

Sculpture students also entered the The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, or the NCECA. National K12 Ceramic Exhibition held during the NCECA conference in Pittsburgh, PA during spring break. There were ten entries from the sculpture class for this competition.  

For this event, students submit work digitally with a brief description of their work that includes size, weight and a few sentences about how and why they made their entries,” said Thompson.

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