Arts Council recognizes young artists


Results of high school show announced

By Heather Brackney



Austin Deere’s first place Printmaking

Austin Deere’s first place Printmaking


Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Adelle Cheetham’s first place Black & White Drawing


Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Morgan Hunter’s first place Painting


Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Brianna Eaton’s first place Sculpture


Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Adelle Cheetham’s first place Colored Drawing


Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Olivia Williams’ first place Mixed Media


Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Graham Lightle’s first place Photography


Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

The Champaign County Arts Council held a competition for local high school artists, displaying their work in the Arts Council Gallery/Mike Major Studio.

The show was judged by Debbie Loffing, a self-taught potter and assemblage artist. In 2016, she was the featured artist on “The Art Show,” which airs Sundays on PBS. Her exhibit at the Springfield Museum of Art ended in December 2017, but her current work can be found at The Studio in downtown Urbana.

The results were as follows in seven categories:

Black & White Drawing

1) Adelle Cheetham, West Liberty-Salem

2) Leslie LeMaster, Triad

3) Leslie LeMaster, Triad

Colored Drawing

1) Adelle Cheetham, West Liberty-Salem

2) Ashtyn Sarrazine, Triad

3) Morgan Hunter, Triad

Painting

1) Morgan Hunter, Triad

2) Addy Johnson, West Liberty-Salem

3) Danica Seifert, Triad

Mixed Media

1) Olivia Williams, West Liberty-Salem

2) Rachel McGill, West Liberty-Salem

3) Ally Smith, West Liberty-Salem

Printmaking

1) Austin Deere, Triad

2) Morgan Hunter, Triad

Photography

1) Graham Lightle, Triad

2) Graham Lightle, Triad

3) Devon Clark, WLS

Sculpture

1) Brianna Eaton, Triad

2) Bailey Stachin, Triad

3) Isaac Baker, Graham

The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this program or organization with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

Austin Deere’s first place Printmaking
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/04/web1_DeereWeb.jpgAustin Deere’s first place Printmaking Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Adelle Cheetham’s first place Black & White Drawing
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/04/web1_Cheetham2Web.jpgAdelle Cheetham’s first place Black & White Drawing Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Morgan Hunter’s first place Painting
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/04/web1_HunterWeb.jpgMorgan Hunter’s first place Painting Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Brianna Eaton’s first place Sculpture
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/04/web1_EatonWeb.jpgBrianna Eaton’s first place Sculpture Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Adelle Cheetham’s first place Colored Drawing
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/04/web1_CheethamWeb.jpgAdelle Cheetham’s first place Colored Drawing Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Olivia Williams’ first place Mixed Media
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/04/web1_WilliamsWeb.jpgOlivia Williams’ first place Mixed Media Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council

Graham Lightle’s first place Photography
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/04/web1_LightleWeb.jpgGraham Lightle’s first place Photography Photos courtesy of the Champaign County Arts Council
Results of high school show announced

By Heather Brackney

Heather Brackney is executive director of the Champaign County Arts Council.

Heather Brackney is executive director of the Champaign County Arts Council.