Three students in The Summit Country Day School’s Harold C. Schott Middle School and one from the Lower School won awards for their submitted work in the annual Hyde Park Art Show on Oct. 7.
Middle School art teacher Paula Bien Yarnell ’65 submitted the works of eighth graders Ryan Schnitter, Clermont County’s Union Township, and Trey Butler, Madeira, and sixth grader Sophia Nery, Mount Lookout. Paula’s pupils acquitted themselves well, taking home a check and a ribbon for their accomplishments.
Sophia’s work, “The Seasons” earned a second-place ribbon in the Oil Pastel and Ink Drawing category.
Ryan received honorable mention in the Self-Portrait and Pencil Drawing category. Trey’s work, “Stately Estate” garnered an honorable mention in the Ink Drawing and Crayon Etching category.
Last year, Trey won second place and $25 for his project featuring two pieces of skyline presentations – one as a sandpaper print and the other a construction assembly.
Second grader Evie Curt, Indian Hill, won a third-place ribbon for her piece, “Bright Sunflowers.”
Their work will be on display at the Hyde Park Library all month long.