Best of Show

Pictured is an “untitled” colored pencil piece by Hadley Finn, a freshman at Wellston High School, who earned the title of “Best of Show” with this particular piece.

Note: This story appears in the Wednesday, June 12 newspaper on Page B3.

JACKSON — Jackson County’s finest high school artist had their pieces on display at the Markay Cultural Arts Center in Jackson.

The art show was held May 23 through June 9. There were numerous art works on display from Jackson, Oak Hill and Wellston students.

The title of “Best of Show” went to an “untitled” colored pencil piece by Wellston High School freshman Hadley Finn.

First Place winners were Gavin Potts, a sophomore at Jackson High School; Hallee Kisor, a sophomore at Oak Hill High School; and Sydney Davis, a senior at Wellston High School. Potts had a 3-D printed resin piece, Kisor had a acrylic piece, and Davis had a conte crayon piece.

Honorable mention went to Jackson’s Elizabeth Perry, Oak Hill’s Emma Carter, and Wellston’s Emillee Ross.

There were a total of 36 pieces of art on display in the Markay Gallery.

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