Clark Wins Best in Show

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Emily DuRant & Catherine Clark

Junior Catherine Clark won Best of Show for her sculpture in the Sumter County Fair Art Show and junior Emily DuRant placed second overall in Best of Show and third place in sculpture. Wilson Hall students received 40 ribbons for their artwork in the show which was open to all students in Sumter County. Receiving Sumter Gallery of Art scholarships were third grader Logan Schumacher and second graders Luke Jervey and Karsyn Prescott. The art teachers are Mrs. Ashley Lareau, Ms. Mary Ann Reames and Mrs. Tara Schumacher.

The following students received first-place ribbons in their respective categories: senior Audrey Ann Atkinson – photography, eighth grader Matthew Blankenship – open or mixed media 2D, seventh grader Hayley Champion – open or mixed media 3D, seventh grader Emily Gray – open or mixed media 3D, sixth grader Mary Jones – drawing, seventh grader Bella Land – open or mixed media 3D, senior McKenzie Lowder – sculpture, fifth grader Erika Mattar – drawing, senior Jake Reaves – pottery, fourth grader Blake VanPatten – open or mixed media 2D, and sixth grader Mary Ellis Waynick – painting

The following students won second place in their respective categories: eighth grader Sarah Cain – open or mixed media 2D, fifth grader Samantha Fisher – open or mixed media 2D, junior Anna Katherine Graves – sculpture, seventh grader Owings Holler – open or mixed media 3D, eighth grader Ann Grace Jacocks – drawing, seventh grader Claire Kirkley – open or mixed media 3D, eighth grader Mary Catherine Matthews – open or mixed media 3D, junior Cate McCreight – pottery, sixth grader Lucy McIver – drawing, junior Cori Moore – photography, fifth grader Caitlyn Schumacher – open or mixed media 2D and open or mixed media, and fifth grader Ellie Stone – open or mixed media 3D.

The following received third place ribbons in their respective categories: fourth grader Katie Croft – open or mixed media 2D, fourth grader Landon Gilley – drawing, sixth grader Lucy Li – open or mixed media 2D, fifth grader Jackson Mahr – drawing, eighth grader Emily Moersen – open or mixed media 2D, sophomore Cora Murphy – photography, freshman Mary Margaret Terry – painting, and eighth grader Naomi Yoder – open or mixed media 2D. Winning fourth place ribbons in their respective categories were senior Dalton Miller – pottery and sophomore Amelia Weston – painting.

 

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