Upper School Artists Earn Regional Recognition

Ten CFA students have earned honors in the 2015 Central / Eastern North Carolina Scholastic Art Competition. This is an extremely selective program, with each school entering their best student work.  In our region, 16% of these entries earned a Gold or Silver Key, and another 5% were selected for Honorable Mention.  CFA’s three Silver Key recipients will be recognized Feb. 1 at an award ceremony at Barton College in Wilson, NC, and their artwork will be exhibited at Barton College Galleries through February 20.

1. Timothy Groh, “Openwork Vase,” Silver Key

2. Helena Rojek, “Zipline,” Silver Key

3. Anna White, “Hula Hoop Girl,” Silver Key

4. Carter Broderick, “White Coil Pot,” Honorable Mention

5. Emily Cooke, “Wheel-thrown Bowl With Punched Embellishment,” Honorable Mention

6. Emily Cooke, “Black Gold Vase, Wheel-thrown,” Honorable Mention

7. Julia Gillies, “Fall,” Honorable Mention

8. Yasmine Henneke, “Lunchtime,” Honorable Mention

9. Madeline Porter, “Blue-green Assemblage,” Honorable Mention

10. Morelle Tinsley, “Bird On A Pedestal,” Honorable Mention


          

All the award winning artwork, including honorable mentions, will be featured soon in this ONLINE GALLERY.

About the Scholastic Art Awards