Vincent Castillo with his first-place winning entry, Perception of Waste.

Wilson College recently announced the winners of its 9th annual juried high school student art exhibition, which runs through Dec. 6 in the Bogigian Gallery in Wilson's Lortz Hall.

•    First place - Vincent Castillo, a senior at Greencastle-Antrim Senior High School, won a $200 prize for his ceramic stoneware sculpture called Perception of Waste.
•    Second place – Maximiliano Raulli, a senior at Chambersburg Area Senior High School, won a $100 prize for his crushed paper sculpture, Cherry Blossom.
•    Third place - Madison Hongell, a senior at Washington County (Md.) Technical High School, won $50 for a digital photograph entitled Twisted Mind.
•    Honorable Mention – Carisma Dawson, a junior at Greencastle-Antrim High School, for her stoneware piece called Frog Mug.
•    Honorable Mention – Angel Walker, a senior at Shippensburg Area Senior High School, for her oil-on-canvas painting called Pneuma.


Max Raulli won second prize for his crushed paper sculpture, Cherry Blossom.

 

 

Wilson received 102 submissions of artwork from 43 students in Franklin, Fulton, Adams and Cumberland counties in Pennsylvania and Washington County, Md. Twenty-two entries were chosen for the exhibition.

The art show, which is free an open to the public, is on display from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday in Wilson’s Bogigian Gallery on the second floor of Lortz Hall.

 

Published: November 19, 2019