ConVal students win Scholastic Art Awards

By BEN CONANT

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

Published: 02-21-2023 12:42 PM

Nearly two dozen ConVal High School students were recognized at this year’s Scholastic Art and Writing Awards of New Hampshire.

Each year, Scholastic Arts partners with more than 100 visual arts and literary arts organizations across the country to bring the awards to local communities. Teens in grades seven through 12 apply in 29 categories of art and writing.

Submissions are juried by figures in the visual and literary arts, some of whom are past award recipients. Panelists look for works that best exemplify originality, technical skill and the emergence of a personal voice or vision.

The following ConVal students were recognized, bringing home more than two dozen awards in photography, ceramics and glass, digital art, drawing and illustration and painting.

Gold Keys

Juliana O’Mahony, “Eye of the Sun.”

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Esther Janis, “Finding Youth.”

Jennifer Hopkins, “Norwegian Summer.”

Audrey Lang, “Blueberry Pint.”

Garrett Rousseau, “Pitcher.”

Ava Solod, “Peace Tea Inspired Teapot Set.”

Silver Key

Kalyn Ross, “Eyes."

Ethan Marony, “Reflecting Through the Tune."

Jennifer Hopkins,“Crocodile Tears," “Idyllic" and “Innerdalen.”

Nathaniel Gagnon, “It’s Snowing And I Don’t Know How To Feel.”

Kendrick Edwards,“Americana” and “Endless.”

Alicia Connolly, “The Window” (digital art) and “Trapped In Solitude.”

Honorable Mention

Eden Pressman, “Time Well Spent.”

Zachary Pease, “Lost In Time.”

Savannah Norby, “Enough Is Enough.”

Ethan Marony, “Woven In Strings.”

Skye Lambert, “Split Emotions.”

Esther Janis, “How Do You Do?”

Jennifer Hopkins,“Hugin and Munin,” “Fiery Gaze” and “Mother and Daughter.”

Ryan Gorman, “Self-Aware.”

Nicole Davison, “Locked In Love.”

River Cyr-Underwood, “Sunset at Hope Creek.”

Emma Cronin, “Handle With Care.”

Jacob Carter, “Pursuit of the Spotlight.”

Brooke Adelman, “Looking Through a Winter Wonderland.”

Audrey Lang, “Oranges.”

Maggie Fry, “Buzzzzz.”

Ruthie Cassidy, “Emotional Migraine.”

Autumn Dahl, “Autumn’s Mom.”

LeighaPsiras, “Among the Crowd.”

American Vision Nomination

Esther Janis, “Finding Youth.”

Awardees’ work will be on display in the CTE atrium following the ceremony and posted online.

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