Congratulations to all those who entered the 10th annual Youth Art Show! All submitted artwork was displayed at Norfolk Community Day on Saturday, June 11. In addition, the winning entries are being recognized in an exhibit of their own at the Norfolk Public Library during the months of July and August.
The theme for this year’s show was a ‘What Does Community Mean to You?’ This art show is unique in that it showcases all levels of interest in art and all manner of creativity. The collection of work was created by young artists and enthusiasts, as well as perhaps one time drawers. It is an exceptional show and we encourage you to stop by the library to view this wonderful exhibit.
All submitted artwork received an Honorable Mention Award, with place awards given in each school and in a special Dimensional Artwork (3D) category. There was also an overall Grand Prize winner. Winners were selected based on artistic creativity, originality and attention to the stated theme. The Grand Prize winner and the 1st place winner of each group received a Barnes and Noble gift card.
Congratulations to all of our young artists!
GP Aubrey Houlding
1st Michayla Carpenter
2nd Madelyn McDermott
3rd Lucy McDermott
Freeman Kennedy School
1st Maria Noonan
2nd Tie – Hadley Cloutier & Kelsey Houlding
3rd Stella Levinson
1st Lilia Dimova
2nd Kylie O’Brien
3rd Hope Koch
Aubrey Houlding – 4th Grade – Out My Window – Grand Prize
1st Grade – Lily of the Valley – 1st Place in Dimensional Art
Olivia Kelly – 2nd Grade – Town Hill Gazebo – Honorable Mention
Helena Vives – 1st Grade – The Perfect Day – Honorable Mention