Please enjoy the following series of slides showcasing pieces by Cazenovia High School students that were entered into the 2021 Scholastic Art Competition (see the results at the bottom of this post).
We are proud to announce the 2021 Cazenovia High School Scholastic Art Competition winners. This year the prestigious national competition, which begins at the state level by region, was able to go virtual for judging and display.
More than 2,300 works of art were submitted by junior and senior high school students students from the 70 schools in the 13 counties that make up the Central NY region. Cazenovia High School had 19 students participate in this year’s competition, submitting 48 individual works of art. The regional award winners were listed in the February 7th Sunday Post Standard.
Our Gold Key winners work will now advance to national judging in New York City, with the National Medal winners to be announced this spring.
Please take the time to congratulate the following winners:
Tracy L. Haylor Craftsmanship Award, Melanie Michael, 11 for her print Hotel Pateria
American Visions Awards, sponsored by The Print Hub Syracuse, recognizing the “Best of Show” from all Gold Key artwork, Natalie Garrow, 12 for her photograph A Walk To Remember
7 Individual Gold Keys:
Olivia Emerson, 12 (Photography); Natalie Garrow, 12 (2 in Photography); Melanie Michael, 11 (printmaking); Maddy McGreevy, 12 (photography); Elora Wilmot, 12 (Mixed Media); Molly Wright, 10 (Photography).
3 Individual Silver Keys:
Lili Gavitt, 12 (Drawing & Illustration); Mae Sayre, 12 (Photography); Molly Wright, 10 (Photography).
8 Honorable Mention Individual:
Mia Chesbrough, 12 (Photography); Regan Dauenhauer, 12 (Painting); Caryn Gagnon, 11 (Photography); Natalie Garrow, 12 (Photography); Mae Sayre, 12 (Photography); Elora Wilmot, 12 (Drawing & Illustration), Molly Wright, 10 (2 in Photography).
Senior Portfolios: Laura Fitzgerald, 12.
Individual Work: Margaux Blin, 11; Mia Chesbrough, 12; Lindsey Clements, 12; Regan Dauenhauer, 12; Olivia Emerson, 12; Laura Fitzgerald, 12; Caryn Gagnon, 11; Natalie Garrow, 12; Lili Gavitt, 12; Kenzie Halliday, 11; Cassidy Jarvis, 12; Xander Jasper, 11; Melanie Michael, 11; Maddie MacGreevy, 12; Sedona Millard, 10; Mae Sayre, 12; Marissa Smith, 11; Lily Sorbello, 12; Lee Thornton, 11; Elora Wilmot, 12; Molly Wright, 10;
Please congratulate these students for their hard work and creativity. The award committee is working on a virtual exhibit and ceremony.
Julie Frear & Adam Reynolds