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CRITZ, Va. — The 5th-Annual College student Artwork Exhibit opened on Sunday, March 8, to much more than 100 pupils, lecturers, mom and dad, and friends who arrived out to rejoice Pupil Artwork Month.

This year’s clearly show has submissions from 13 educational institutions, including 159 artists in grades 6 and up and additional than 230 pieces on exhibition.

Collaborating educational institutions include North Stokes, Surry Central, and Millennium Constitution Academy from North Carolina. These be a part of Virginia large faculties Patrick County, Bassett, Martinsville, and Magna Vista.

Young learners from Virginia show up at these types of colleges as Blue Ridge Elementary, Hardin Reynolds Memorial, Stuart Elementary, Meadows of Dan Elementary, Martinsville Middle and Laurel Park Center. Homeschool learners ended up also suitable to take part.

The exhibition will keep on being on display screen at Reynolds Homestead, 463 Homestead Lane, by Friday, April 17. Due to the fact of all the virus cancellations and postponements, simply call the gallery before trying to visit at (276) 694-7181.

2020 Reynolds Homestead College student Art Demonstrate Winners:

• Greatest Rising Artist: $25 – Tillee Hauser, Stuart Elementary, “Trash to Treasure,” Recycled Sculpture”

• Ideal in Demonstrate: $60 – Jennifer Castro, Bassett Large, “Hushed,” Charcoal

Painting and Mixed Media

• 1st Place – $40 – Persistence Scott, Magna Vista Significant, “A$AP Rocky,” Acrylic

• 2nd Put – $30 – Elizabeth Luckado, Patrick County Large, “Space Harpy,” Blended Media

• 3rd Position – $20 – Joshua Marion, Surry Central, “For All the Kids,” Acrylic on Slides


• 1st Location – $40 – Joseph Giles, Magna Vista Higher, “The Stage Is Set,” Coloured Pencil

• 2nd Spot – $30 – Madison Ross, Bassett Substantial, “She,” Pencil

• 3rd Area – $20 – Elizabeth Smith, Magna Vista Higher, “Flower Boy,” Coloured Pencil


• 1st Position – $40 – Alexis Morgan, North Stokes, “Lexi,” Digitally edited pictures

• 2nd Spot – $30 – Emma Bingman, North Stokes, “Yellowstone Geothermal Pool,” Images

• 3rd Position – $20 – Quentin Lingerfelt, North Stokes, “Space,” Images

3 Dimensional

• 1st Position – $40 – Rose George-Ambrocia, Bassett Significant, “The Me Inside of of Me,” Blended Media

• 2nd Put – $30 – Ivet Sanchez, Millennium Constitution Academy, “Bird Male,” Clay

• 3rd Spot – $20 – Laken Creed, Surry Central, “Lap Loom Weaving,” Fiber

Benefit Awards – $15 every

• Ella Hazelwood, Stuart Elementary, “Sunrise Glory,” Photography

• Bryan Clark, Stuart Elementary, “Checkers Set,” Woodworking

• Caesar Kamari Draper, Martinsville Center, “Sky High Chandelier,” Glass

• Hannah Ferguson, Magna Vista Higher, “Privacy,” Colored Pencil

• Cory Osborne, Magna Vista Significant, “The Wild,” Coloured Pencil

• Layne Stone, North Stokes High, “A Superb Look at,” Drawing

• Evan Pruitt, Magna Vista High, “Stop,” Colored Pencil

• Alexis Cox, Hardin Reynolds Memorial School, “Midnight Shades,” Acrylic

• Emma Pendleton, Homeschool, “Dilly Joe,” Pencil

Bull Mountain Artist Award – $25.00

• Maria Vasquez-Chavez, Bassett Substantial, “Untitled,” Graphite

Buy Awards

• Alexis Morgan, North Stokes, “Lexi,” Photography

• Reili Moran, Stuart Elementary, “Afternoon Snack,” Pictures

• Brandy Gregory, Stuart Elementary, “The Arctic,” Acrylic

Rose George-Ambrocia, Bassett Substantial School, took initial location for “The Me Inside of Me,” Combined Media.

Alexis Morgan, North Stokes, gained very first spot and a acquire award for “Lexi” — digitally edited images.

Joshua Marion, Surry Central, earns third place in combined media for “For All the Children,” acrylic on slides.