Winning 22 ribbons, including five blue ribbons for first place, Wilson Hall students were well-recognized in the S.C. Independent School Assoc. State Art Show. The show was held in The Darla Moore Foundation’s R.O.B. Center in Lake City on February 28. Mrs. Ashley Lareau, Ms. Mary Ann Reames and Mrs. Tara Schumacher, Wilson Hall art teachers, were instrumental in organizing the new format of the art show for S.C.I.S.A.
The following students won first place ribbons in their respective divisions: senior Angelica Agno – painting, sophomore Catharine Busch – sculpture, eighth-grader Landon Miller – open media 2-D, eighth-grader Caitlyn Schumacher – open media 3-D, and senior Anne Land Welch – pottery.
Winning second place ribbons were the following students: senior Angelica Agno – open media, sophomore William Coulter – painting, junior Mallory Hobday – sculpture, junior Elise Osteen – photography, and sophomore EmmaLee Peyton – pottery.
The following students received honorable mention ribbons for their work: senior Angelica Agno – drawing, senior Katelyn Cornelison – open media, junior Drew Davis – pottery, eighth-grader Samantha Fisher – open media 2-D, junior Autumn Gebler – pottery, sophomore Emily Gray – sculpture, sixth-grade Molly Jones – open media 3-D, junior Darden Kelly – pottery, senior Ingrid Singleton – drawing, senior Mary Margaret Terry – painting, junior Kyndal Waynick – open media, and seventh-grader Bennett Wilson – drawing.
Over 400 pieces of artwork from students who attend SCISA schools across the state were displayed for the art show and reception. While the artwork of lower school students was not part of the judged competition, 32 Wilson Hall lower school students had their work selected for display in the show.