The Atlanta High School Art Exhibition 2018 Winners

Best In Show
Alan Barrett
“Growing Apart”
Roswell High School
Travis Carr, Instructor
2nd Place
Nathanael Surgbally
“Pockets (Are there Too Many?)”
New Manchester High School
Ashley Houlihan, Instructor
3rd Place
Alex Ledbetter
“I & Myself
North Atlanta High School
Rachael Fleming, Instructor
4th Place
Keara Walsh
“Close Relations”
Milton High School
Drew Brown, Instructor
5th Place
Julia Tang
“Untitled”
South Forsyth High School
Amy Holland, Instructor
6th Place
Hannah Kepner
“Head in the Clouds”
Milton High School
Heather Meyer, Instructor
7th Place
Alana Merman-Bunnell
“Kirwanyi”
Paideia School
Madeleine Soloway, Instructor
8th Place
Ana Gonzalez
“Columbiana”
Norcross High School
Angela Cronon, Instructor
9th Place
Cecilia Zabala
“He Does it Because He Likes You”
North Springs Charter High School
Lauren Dellaria, Instructor
10th Place
Jack Li
“Turbulence”
Brookwood High School
Elizabeth Debban, Instructor

 

Honorable Mention artworks, in no particular order:

Vanessa Saad
“Working Out Ideas”
Brookwood High School
Chris Vigardt, Instructor
Ian Harmon
“To My Coy Mistress”
Brookwood High School
Chris Vigardt, Instructor
Nick Williams
“Self-portrait”
Druid Hills High School
Noelle Petersen, Instructor
Emma Rohwer
“Spiral Suspension”
Milton High School
Heather Meyer, Instructor
Abby Burnett
“The Stranger”
Milton High School
Drew Brown, Instructor
Rebekah Ressler
“Tell Me How You Really Feel”
Norcross High School
Angela Cronon, Instructor
Lilly Bencich
“Bloody Gauze”
Paideia School
Holly White, Instructor
Camryn Bossinas
“String Theory”
Roswell High School
Travis Carr, Instructor
Pamela Turley
“Religion”
Union Grove High School
Laura Coleman Owen, Instructor
Albert Zhang
“Urban Jungle”
Westminster School
Ben Steele, Instructor

 

Please visit the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition website for more information.

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