RSHS Students Show Off Skills at Big 8 Art Show


Reeds Spring High School had six individual winners and finished third as a school at the Big 8 Conference Art Show. Senior Luke Brown had two wins in Ceramics and received Best in Show in the 3D category.


Other winners included Hannah Williams in Figurative Drawing, Ariana Stull in Non-Representative Dry Media Drawing, Lauren Francisco in Representative Acrylic Painting, and Anna Reyes in Jewelry. All of the RSHS students who placed in the top 5 are listed below: 

Best of Show 3D

Luke Brown

Ceramics - Mixed

1st Place - Luke Brown

3rd Place - Luke Brown

5th Place - Luke Brown

Luke Brown

Ceramics - Sculptural

1st Place - Luke Brown

2nd Place - Lydia Thompson

3rd Place - Lydia Thompson

5th Place - Luke Brown


Ceramics - Wheel Formed

2nd Place - Kate Kinzbach

3rd Place - Kate Kinzbach

4th Place - Luke Brown

Drawing - Graphite - Abstract

2nd Place - Jacob Coulter

Drawing - Graphite - Figurative

1st Place - Hannah Williams

2nd Place - Kadyn Bilberry

4th Place - Ariana Stull

5th Place - Hannah Williams


Hannah Williams

Drawing - Graphite - Landscape

2nd Place - Jackson Sifford

3rd Place - Jackson Sifford

Drawing - Dry Media - Non-Representative

1st Place - Ariana Stull

2nd Place - Brynn Hogan

Drawing - Dry Media - Color Pencil - Representative

2nd Place Place - Madison Sieg

4th Place - Ariana Stull


Madison Sieg

Drawing - Ink - Black & White

2nd Place - Darin Lockhart

5th Place - Readalyn Ball


1st Place - Anna Reyes

3rd Place - Ariana Stull

4th Place - Alysse Wallace



Painting - Acrylic - Representative

1st Place - Lauren Francisco

6th Place - Readalyn Ball

Photography - Basic editing

5th Place - Christian Abrahamson                

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