CM artists draw on talents


Excel at multi-school art show

By Diana Miller - For The News Journal



Clinton-Massie Local Schools proudly presents the work of its talented artists as recognized during the annual SCOL Art Show.


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From left, Clinton-Massie’s Tag Williams, Sarah Karns, Sabrina Kamps, Alyanna Sierra, Linda Ferrara, Emma Filipkowski, Jocelyn Burton, and (not pictured) Emily Ireland and Taylor Neace are among the talented artists of the SCOL.


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CLARKSVILLE — Visual Arts students from Clinton-Massie High School showcased their talents during the 14th Annual South Central Ohio League Art Show recently held on the CM campus.

This year’s theme of “Artfully Yours” guided the creative path of high school students representing Clinton-Massie, Wilmington, East Clinton, Chillicothe, Greenfield McClain, Hillsboro, Miami Trace and Washington Court House high schools.

Artists submitted upwards of 1,000 pieces in the categories of: Drawing—Other, Drawing—Pastel, Drawing—Pencil, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture, Traditional Darkroom Photography, Printmaking, Mixed Media, Computer Graphics, Artisan Crafting, and Digital Photography.

Following the judging panel, each of the 10 categories awarded first-, second-, third-place and honorable mention ribbons. Also awarded was an overall Best of Show, Reserve Best of Show, and Best of Show Honorable Mention.

Clinton-Massie was ranked among the highest award recipients. Of the 50 Falcon artists that submitted 200 pieces of their best work, first-place honors were awarded to: Tag Williams in Drawing with pencil; Sabrina Kamps in Artisan Crafting for a paper collaged hat; and Alyanna Sierra in Drawing with other mediums.

Second-place honors went to: Jocelyn Burton in Artisan Crafting for a paper collaged hat; Emily Ireland in Drawing with pencil; Emma Filipkowski in Drawing with other Mediums; and Sarah Karns in Drawing with pastel.

Third-place honors went to Taylor Neace in Ceramics. Honorable Mentions were awarded to Jocelyn Burton in Drawing with pencil and Linda Ferrara in Ceramics.

Sabrina Kamps also earned the People’s Choice Award for her graphite, Sharpie, and colored pencil piece.

Information for this article was provided by Diana Miller, who coordinates communications for several area schools.

Clinton-Massie Local Schools proudly presents the work of its talented artists as recognized during the annual SCOL Art Show.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/04/web1_SCOL-Art-Show-1-2017.jpgClinton-Massie Local Schools proudly presents the work of its talented artists as recognized during the annual SCOL Art Show. Courtesy photos

From left, Clinton-Massie’s Tag Williams, Sarah Karns, Sabrina Kamps, Alyanna Sierra, Linda Ferrara, Emma Filipkowski, Jocelyn Burton, and (not pictured) Emily Ireland and Taylor Neace are among the talented artists of the SCOL.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/04/web1_seven-artists.jpgFrom left, Clinton-Massie’s Tag Williams, Sarah Karns, Sabrina Kamps, Alyanna Sierra, Linda Ferrara, Emma Filipkowski, Jocelyn Burton, and (not pictured) Emily Ireland and Taylor Neace are among the talented artists of the SCOL. Courtesy photos
Excel at multi-school art show

By Diana Miller

For The News Journal