Chagrin Falls Schools’ Students Honored — 2020 Scholastic Arts & Writing Competition Award Winners

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Students from Chagrin Falls Middle School and High School will be recognized at the Scholastic Art and Writing Exhibition at The Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA). Student’s works of art that received a gold or silver award will be on display for the public in the Reinberger Gallery of the CIA from January 18-February 1. Exhibition hours are Monday through Thursday from 10 am until 5 pm; Friday from 10 am until 9 pm; and Saturday through Sunday from 12 pm until 5 pm.  Student’s works of art that received an honorable mention will be displayed digitally on a screen in the gallery.

The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, identifies teenagers with outstanding artistic and literary talent and brings their work to a national audience through The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Every year, the Alliance 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 can apply in 29 categories of art and writing. Submissions are judged by luminaries in the visual and literary arts, some of whom are past award recipients. Panelists look for works that show originality, technical skill and the emergence of a personal voice or vision.

Last year, more than 1,800 students submitted more than 3,000 pieces of artwork and writing samples for judging. Gold Key winners continue on to the national competition in New York City.

The Chagrin Falls Schools’ students that were honored include:

Gold Keys

Sophia Avery “Grey Expressions” Painting 

Sophia Avery “The Edge of Nothingness” Painting/American Visions Nominee 

Katherine Baker “Subtractive Ring” Jewelry 

Libby Bare “Cornered By Depression” Sculpture

Robin Barth “Ava and her Skulls” Drawing & Illustration

Rose Hoelzel “Aztec Sunstone Ring” Jewelry

Jade Kruyne “Black and white” Comic Art 

Jade Kruyne “Willow Wood” Comic Art 

Mary Mahoney “Milk” Mixed Media  

Mary Mahoney “Liminality” Art Portfolio 

Che Sinclair “Tomorrow’s Tomorrow” Mixed Media 

Che Sinclair “Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing” Mixed Media 

Lily Winans “Biology Mural Design” Design

Silver Keys

Katherine Baker “Back to Our Roots” Sculpture

Katherine Baker “Mother Nature” Sculpture 

Katherine Baker “Developmental Competition” Art Portfolio 

Robin Barth “Hiding in the Banana Leaves” Drawing & Illustration 

Robin Barth “Mistress Nature Emerging” Drawing & Illustration 

Robin Barth “Bloom” Art Portfolio 

Mason Briggs “The Warrior’s Last Stride” Jewelry 

Audrey Charlton “Drown” Mixed Media 

Jacob Maher “Machine Gun Kelly” Photography 

Isabel Pulte “Unpoppable” Ceramics & Glass 

Isabel Pulte “Nature’s Crown” Ceramics & Glass 

Lily Winans “Splish, Splash, Having a Bash!” Comic Art 

Simone Zingales “Veggie Burger” Ceramics & Glass 

Honorable Mentions

Sophia Avery “Niantic” Digital Art

Katherine Baker “Asian Fusion Lantern” Architecture & Industrial Design 

Katherine Baker “Green Lawn, Green Earth?” Sculpture 

Libby Bare “Check All That Apply” Sculpture 

Robin Barth “Mary Amongst the Forest Floor” Drawing & Illustration 

Robin Barth “Diptych in Nature” Drawing & Illustration 

Robin Barth “Our Galaxy” Drawing & Illustration

Audrey Charlton “Dripped” Digital Art 

Audrey Charlton “Seascape” Drawing & Illustration 

Audrey Charlton “Atmospheric Mood” Art Portfolio

Morgan Kittle “Mangled Beauty” Photography 

Jacob Maher “Jacob Maher” Photography 

Victoria Mrofchak “Elegance of Space” Drawing & Illustration 

Victoria Mrofchak “Winter Morning” Painting 

Samuel Rodriguez “The Face of Me, Samuel Drawing & Illustration 

Christopher Rodriguez, 

Me, My Face” 

Lily Winans “Rum Running” Comic Art 

Lily Winans “Birds, Birds, Birds!” Drawing & Illustration 

Special Awards:

Senior Robin Barth won the Cleveland Institute of Art Recognition Award for the second year in a row. The award is another $20,000 dollar scholarship to the Cleveland Institute of Art for her exemplary work.

Junior Jade Kruyne won the distinguished award for Best in Show in Comic Art for her work “Willow Wood.”

Sophomore Sophia Avery won two distinguished awards–an American Vision Nominee (Overall Best in Show) and Best in Show in the Painting Category (Sue Wall Painting Award).

Senior Katie Baker  won Best in Show in Jewelry for her “Subtractive Ring”. 

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