The Janet Ensign Bromley Award for Excellence in the Arts
Erin McKown of Ravenswood High School, “Little Erin,” Pencil. Instructor Pat Anderson.
High School Awards of Excellence
Anthony Robateau of Huntington High School. “The Reef,” Ceramic. Instructor Leslee Smith.
Darian Hensley of Huntington High School. “Self-Portrait,” Tempera. Instructor Angela Webb.
Lindsey Bird of Ravenswood High School. “Untitled,” Jewelry. Instructor Pat Anderson.
Carly Cooper of Winfield High School. “Ball and Glove,” Wax Pastels. Instructor Suzann Cole.
High School Awards of Recognition
Jacob Adams of Paul Blazer High School, “Empty Veins,” Digital Photography. Instructor Jennifer Spade.
Brandy Ward of Huntington High School, “Self-Portrait,” Acrylic. Instructor Angela Webb.
Mason Boggs of Paul Blazer High School, “Gloves and Clouds,” Colored Pencil Ink. Instructor Jennifer Spade.
Kaylee Webster of Wayne High School. “Cardinal,” Wood. Instructor Byron Johnson.
Middle School Awards of Recognition
Amity Presley, Beverly Hills Middle School. “Space Worms,” Colored Pencil. Instructor Sofija Smith.
Shelby Hammons of Enslow Middle School. “Woman: Power,” Ink, Oil Pastel. Instructor Terri White.
Joshua Sanders of Guyan Valley Middle School. “Repetition and Variation,” Pastel, Glue. Instructor Mary Lou Decker.
James Milhoan of Ripley Middle School. “Aboriginal Dream,” Mixed Media. Instructor Jo Anna White.
Portfolio is designed to showcase the exemplary artwork of middle school and high school students in the Tri-State region of West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.
This exhibition provides a venue for the serious student to build a portfolio for advanced study, while giving the younger student an opportunity to participate in a high-quality exhibition. It is an excellent way of recognizing aspiring artists as well as the art teachers in the region. Each year, a judge selects 13 winners from approximately 100 participants. Each winner receives an award and has his or her artwork posted on the museum’s website. To view winners from the past few years, click on the appropriate year.
Portfolio is generously supported by the Marshall University College of Fine Arts.
All of this information is from the Huntington Museum of Art website.
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