The Visual Arts Department of Lyme-Old Lyme High School is proud to announce outstanding results from this year’s Future Choices Art Show, sponsored by the Shoreline Arts Alliance.
Senior Olivia Bartlett won First Place in Drawing/Printmaking and Best in Show for her dry point etching, “the Puppeteer,” also earning the Earl Grenville Killeen Founders Award for Mr. Allik as teacher of the Best in Show recipient. Other first place winners included Senior Marina Melluzzo in Sculpture/Ceramics and Senior Aidan Powers in Digital/Mixed Media. Oliva Bartlett also took second place in Digital/ Mixed Media while Senior Francette Donato earned second place in Sculpture/Ceramics. Third place awards went to Marina Melluzzo in Drawing/Printmaking and Connie Pan in Painting.
Other LOLHS students with works juried into the show included Brianna Melillo, Bella Hine, Samantha Geshel, Grace Coverdale, Elle Myers and Lea Wilson. The exhibit is virtual this year, and can be viewed at https://www.shorelinearts.org/future-choices-2021.
Students who reside or attend school in the 24-town Shoreline region are eligible to submit up to seven works each for this juried competition. Award-winners earn cash prizes that were announced at the virtual Awards Ceremony held Monday, April 5, and still viewable on the organization’s Facebook page:
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