Oak Hills High School News

2018 Fall "Celebrating Art" Students to be Published!

Posted on: December 18, 2018
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"Celebrating Art" is devoted to the promotion and appreciation of student art. The intent of their student art contest is to motivate student artists. The top entries are published in an anthology that will record the creative works of today’s student artists.

Students recently submitted work and 45 OHHS Art and Design were invited to be published in the Fall 2018 “Celebrating Art”!  Only the best art is selected to be included in the full-color hardbound art book, “Celebrating Art”. Additionally, final judging for “Top Ten Artist” and “High Merit Artist” awards will be completed and announced soon. The following students should feel honored. This is not a contest where every entry is invited to be published and is a highly selective competition. Thousands of entries were not invited to be published. Being published represents a lot of talent, hard work, and dedication from students.

Congratulations to the following students:

From Dignan-Cummins' Sculpture; Fiber Arts; Ceramics; and Enamels, Mosaics and Glass classes: 

Ally Albertz

Maddie Allen

Celia Butler

Zoe Chirumbolo Mckee

Lily Geiger

Danielle Hackett

Jaicey Hollyfield

Hunter Keller

Mya McCreary

Kylie Meyer

Susan Park

Megan Rauch

Zachary Reilmann

Lydia Schmitt

Maddie Schwoeppe

Carly Shiplett

Cassie Stevens

Ashley Urk

 

From Schorsch's Drawing and Printmaking and Studio Art AP 2D Design and Drawing classes: 

 

Allyson Albertz

Micaiah Allen

Maddie Allen

Madelyn Clark

Madison Crider

Kaitlyn Delaney

Donna Derrenkamp

Alexis Doerger

Kaitlin Garrison

Mariah Geiger

Thalia Georges

Henry Groh

Brooklyn Hart

Chloe Howie

Allison Huellemeier

Jessica Jacobsen-Witt

Rebecca Kaiser

Mia Kuchenesiter

Cailee Plunkett

Mayson Reperowitz

Mitchell Rizzo

Sabrina Ryland

Madeline Schwoeppe

Emma Sedlack

Destanie Sexton

Mackenzie Sexton

Jenna Tharrington

Visit www.ohhsartdesign.com to view all of the selected students' works!