The artwork of 22 talented Penn Manor High School students is on display in downtown Lancaster as part of the Scholastic Art Awards and the Lancaster County Young Artists Awards exhibitions.
The students won awards – including one national award – in one or both of the competitions, with several students earning multiple awards. In all, 44 pieces of their artwork, including photographs, paintings, and illustrations, were honored.
You can view the students’ work through April 23 at the Lancaster Museum of Art, 135 N. Lime St., Lancaster 17603 and online here.
Rylee Dean earned a national Scholastic Art Silver Award for her photograph, “Entranced,” along with regional Gold and Silver Key Awards. She also was named a Scholastics American Visions Nominee.
Evan Schlegel earned a Silver Key Award in digital photography and received the Echo Valley Choice Award, the PA Guild of Craftsmen Award and the Tolbert Photo Award.
Frances Rain received LCYA Gold and Silver Awards, along with two LCYA honorable mentions.
Grace Bresch and Alex Burkholder each earned LCYA Gold and honorable mention awards.
Skyler Janesky each earned an LCYA Gold award, along with a Scholastics honorable mention and two LCYA honorable mentions.
Devlyn Theurer received two LCYA Silver Awards and two LCYA honorable mentions.
Jason Joniec earned a LCYA Gold individual and portfolio awards.
Madeline Whited earned a Scholastics silver portfolio award and an LCYA honorable mention.
Brooklynn Ayala received LCYA Silver and honorable mention awards.
Natalie Doyle earned a Scholastics Silver Key award.
Tyler Hess earned an LCYA Gold award.
Jami Bachman earned LCYA Silver and honorable mention awards.
Aidan Karlow earned a Scholastics Silver Key award.
Sophie Burgess earned a Scholastics Gold Key award.
Nicole Foutz and Adessa Bradley each earned Scholastics honorable mentions.
Paige Kendig and Sophia Officer each earned two LCYA honorable mention awards.
Luisa Calero Molina and Miranda Martin earned LCYA honorable mentions.
Nhu Y Pham Dang received a Scholastics Silver portfolio award.
Congratulations to these students and their art teachers – Maggie Cantrell, Maria Anderson and Alexis Carson.