Scholastic Art Award Winners

Bay High artists take home 15 Regional Scholastic Arts Awards
"Cooper" by Lilly Clark

Bay High Schools student artists brought back 15 art awards from the Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards competition held at the Cleveland Institute of Art in January.

A Gold Key award went to senior Lilly Clark for her color pencil drawing “Cooper.” Her work will be entered into the national-level competition held in New York City this spring.

Five Silver Keys went to Bay High senior Kyela Evenhouse (ceramics & glass, “Underwater Urn”); juniors Marie Legeay (digital art, “Obscure Grasp”); Elisa Renerts (digital art, “In the Palm of My Hand”); Nina Uniatowski (photography, “Zach”); and sophomore Bea Jones (photography, “self portrait”).

Ten Honorable Mention Awards went to seniors Anna Baron (paintings, “Reflect” and “Arcade Fire”); Elyse Bryant (photography, “Farewell” and digital art, “Vino”); Grace Frey (painting, “Brothers”); Sean Gulley (sculpture, “The Weight to Bear” and ceramics & glass “Uncomfortable Apples” and “Precarious”): and sophomores Kayla Poling (sculpture, “Rabbit Stew for Two”) and Masha Waiss (digital art, “Kumari Devi Tempi”).

Bay High art instructors are Cherie Bauer, Greg Hildebrandt and Tom Schemrich.

Scholastic Art winners 2019
Photo from left, front -- Masha Waiss, Marie Legeay, Lilly Clark, Grace Frey; back - Anna Baron, Kayla Poling, Sean Gulley, Nina Uniatowski, Elisa Renerts and Bea Jones. (Not pictured are Elyse Bryant and Kyela Evenhouse.)

Painting shown above is "Cooper" by Lilly Clark, Gold Key winner.