CAS Sullivan County High School Art Show Winners Selected

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This photograph, taken by Esa Cano of Liberty, received First Place and Student Choice awards in the Color Photography category at the Catskill Art Society Annual Student Art Show.

The show features 300 pieces in 10 media categories from Eldred, Fallsburg, Liberty, Livingston Manor, Monticello, Roscoe, Sullivan West, Tri-Valley and SC BOCES students. First and Second prize winners were selected by an outside jury panel of artists and experts. First Place winners were awarded a complimentary class at the CAS Arts Center. Second Place winners received a $50 class voucher.  A Student Choice award was also selected in each category. These are the winners:

Black & White Drawing
1st Place, Sydney Goetz, Liberty
2nd Place, Brittany Ianuale, Monticello
Student Prize, Sydney Goetz, Liberty

Color Drawing
1st Place, Ashlyn Barbarite, Monticello
2nd Place, Nina Zheng, Livingston Manor
Student Prize, Nina Zheng, Livingston Manor

Painting
1st Place, Sidnye Stepanov, Tri-Valley
2nd Place, Nina Zheng, Livingston Manor
Student Prize, Farrah Mills, Livingston Manor

Black & White Photography
1st Place, DeAna Almeyda, Liberty
2nd Place, Rachel Adriaans, Tri-Valley
Student Prize, Devyn Halter, Eldred

Color Photography
1st Place, Esa Cano, Liberty
2nd Place, Max Ginesin, Eldred
Student Prize, Esa Cano, Liberty

Ceramics
1st Place, Troy Correa, LMCS
2nd Place, Andrew Raymond, Tri-Valley
Student Prize, Andrew Raymond, Tri-Valley

Sculpture
1st Place, Rosario, LMCS
2nd Place, Justice Muniz-Dingevan, Liberty
Student Prize, Alex Kreitlow, Sullivan West

Design
1st Place, Brittany Roa, Liberty
2nd Place, Travis Steimle, Eldred
Student Prize, Kaitlyn Murphy, Liberty

Mixed Media/Printmaking
1st Place, Anja Loughman, Eldred
2nd Place, Kyle Derry, Eldred
Student Prize, Devyn Halter, Eldred

Digital Art
1st Place, Felix Diaz, Fallsburg
2nd Place, Esa Cano, Liberty
Student Prize, James Mckenna, Tri-Valley

The CAS SULLIVAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW runs through May 6. Gallery hours for this exhibition are Thursday – Saturday from 11am–6pm, Sunday 11am-3pm.  The CAS Arts Center is wheel chair accessible.  This exhibition is co-sponsored by Sullivan County BOCES.

From a Press Release by Ann Manby, Executive Director of CAS

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