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May 28, 2010

Eastern art show winners announced

Kayla Elkins won the Eastern High School best of show award with her mixed media entry. She also won the People’s Choice award. Becca Carson was runner up with a ceramic sculpture.

In the middle school show, Cambry Martin won best of show with her pointillism exhibit. Austin Muscari was runner up with a scratchboard.

Middle school award winners included:

Seventh-grade:

Drawing: Payton Kaufman, first; Alicia Eckert, second; Holly Yockey, third

Quilling: Kendall Hensley, first; Danielle Reed, second; Shelby Babcock, third

Weaving: Janelle Peterson, first; Jordan Mackey, second; Elysse DeAngulo, third

Half face: Austin Sears, first; Payton Kaufman, second; Trent Stiner, third

Magazine strip: Kinzey Hickman, first; Kendall Hensley, second; Brett Mullenix, third

Contour face: Trent Stiner, first; Payton Kauffman, second; Jordan Mackey, third

Still life: Holly Yockey, first; Julian Epp, second; Janelle Peterson, third

Painting: Maddie Vint, first; Sarah Hapner, second; Alicia Eckert, third

Thread art: Cortny Uttinger, first; Danielle Reed, second; Alyssa Haalck, third

Eighth-grade:

Drawing: Cambry Martin, first and second; Kirsten Jones, third

Copper embossing: Melissa Moss, first; Savannah Rees, second; Josh Smith, third

Pop can: Cambry Martin, first; Gavin Duchateau, second; Rachel Wingate, third

Cartoon series: Savannah Rees, first; Quinlyn Hochstedler, second; Kinsey Duke, third

Pointillism: Cambry Martin, first; Josh Smith, second; Elena White, third

Scratchboard: Austin Muscari, first; Abby Oyle, second; Cambry Martin, third

Sculpty clay: Rachel Wingate, first; Matt Lam, second; Ari Rinaldo, third

Cupsaucerspace: Mikaela Malott, first; Quinlyn Hochstedler, second; Zachery Walker, third

High school award winners included:

Tempera paints: Danielle Comfort, first; Sarah Wagner, second; Danielle Comfort, third

Optical illusion: Danielle Comfort, first; Sarah Wagner, second; Bethany Neeley, third

Scratchboard: Chandler McMain, first; Danielle Comfort, second; Brittney Neeley, third

Texture collage: Danielle Comfort, first; Mercedes Rubow, second; Brittany Neeley, third

Checked face: Kyra Stockton, first; Gatlin Hinesley, second; Chandler McMain, third

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