Art Students Excel In Prestigious Competition

Eight CFA art students  have been awarded a Gold Key for the 2014 Eastern/Central North Carolina Scholastic Awards.  The program represents the best work from both public andindependent schools, from Winston Salem to the coast.  About 10% of the work is chosen to receive a gold key; these pieces move on to be reviewed at the national level.

Anna Collie, A Need to Read, Sculpture, Gold Key

Emily Cooke, Candlelight, Painting, Gold Key 

Sally Crouch, Adam Levine, Drawing, Gold Key 

Leah Falor, Having a Whale of a Time! Ceramics & Glass, Gold Key 

Yasmine Henneke, Hanging By a Thread, Sculpture, Gold Key 

Lilli Johnson, Jungle Girl, Sculpture, Gold Key 

Macy Seward, Girl Picking Flowers, Sculpture, Gold Key 

Graham Trask, Elephante’ Steel, Sculpture, Gold Key

A ceremony to honor Gold Key winners will be held on February 2 at Barton College in Wilson.  Follow this link for more details and a complete list of schools and students.  The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is the nation’s most prestigious recognition for artists and writers.