“Masked” by Tristan Dumas
Loveland, Ohio – The following Loveland High School (LHS) students have earned prestigious awards and recognition by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for their 2019 Visual Arts entries:
Seniors Isabella Huelsman won a Gold Key (Photography), two Silver Keys (Photography) and two Honorable Mentions (Ceramics and Mixed-Media); Jillian Sealschott earned a Silver Key (Drawing); Joe Timmerman earned an Honorable Mention (Photography); Leslie Nash earned a Silver Key (Ceramics); and Samuel Richardson won one Gold Key (Photography) and three Silver Keys (Photography, Digital Art, Film & Animation).
Juniors Olivia Bransford earned two Silver Keys (Painting); Tristan Dumas earned a Silver Key (Photography); and Hannah Powers earned two Silver Keys (Painting) and one Honorable Mention (Painting).
Sophomores Lillianne Rohling earned a Gold Key (Drawing & Illustration) and Sophia Stokes earned an Honorable Mention (Sculpture).
LHS students also made an impressive contribution in the 2019 Creative Writing competition: Senior Anna Ross earned a Scholastic Writing Awards Silver Key and two Honorable Mentions; Junior Vivien Terselic earned a Scholastic Gold Key, Silver Key, and Honorable Mention; Junior Kieran Collins earned a Scholastic Silver Key and has been named as an Overture Awards Semi-Finalist; and Senior Zach Segal has been named as an Overture Awards Semi-Finalist.
Gold Key award-winning works, both in the Visual Arts and Creative Writing categories, are considered the very best submitted locally and automatically move on to compete at the national level.
About the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity and talent of the nation’s youth. The Awards are presented by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, whose mission is to identify students with exceptional artistic and literary talent. Through the Awards, students earn opportunities for recognition, exhibition, publication and scholarships.
The recognized artwork by Loveland High School students in the Visual Arts competition was on display at the Art Academy of Cincinnati, January 28-February 8, 2019, and can be viewed via this link.