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Congratulations UL Art Students!

The Stifel Arts center held the 29th annual regional student art exhibition on Thursday, January 11. It was judged by  Kyle Ethan Fischer.
 Union local had an excellent presentation by the art students for their work. The comments and encouraging words given by the curators and judges from both the show and scholarship judges from WVU and WLU was humbling and very gracious towards all of our students and their talents! Braden Robinson was our trendsetter this year being awarded the best in show and both scholarships to WVU and WLU ! This had never been achieved before since these full scholarships came into existence just 6 years ago from WVU.  We humbly thank  WVU and West liberty University for this opportunity on behalf of  Braden .
     The turn out from our students at the reception was extremely supportive. They cheered on not only the other Union Local students but also for the other schools who entered as well. The show was open to any school within a 50 mile radius of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia from the Stifle Center. Fourteen high schools were represented at the show.
The show goes through February 16th, if you have any questions please call the Stifle Center at 1-304-242-7000.
Don’t forget…you can follow the Union Local Art Department on Facebook to keep up with our amazing art students and their projects!

Best in show “Lost intelligence” by Braden Robinson.

Braden Robinson poses with his best in show piece titled “Lost intelligence”

Braden receiving his Best in show ribbon from judge Kyle Fischer

 

Junior Alison Loase’s chalk pastels

Cassie Soltesz’s chalk pastel self portrait ” shhhh please don’t tell”

Jenna Piatt’s 2nd place ” Luminous Wonder” in colored pencil

Jenna Piatt accepting her 2nd place in drawing ribbon.

Alison Loase Clayboard

 

Sutherlynd Butler’s photo

Sutherlynd Butler’s photo

Sutherlynd Butler’s photo

Jenna Piatt’s photo “Isolation”

Lily Liskanich’s photo ” Decay of Society” 2nd place

Jenna Piatt’s acrylics called “Color Rush”

Lily Liskanich’s piece titled “In memory of Michael Beckett”

Sophomore Kindra Owens charcoal “Look what You’re doing to Me”

Sophomore Laekynn Little’s ” Hold onto what you Believe in”

Sophomore Alexandria Moeller’s ” The Thrill of a Kiss Never Ends” Honorable Mention

Sophomore Nicole Puperi’s charcoal titled ” Amazing Graze”

Ambur Tidrick’s charcoal ” Young at Heart”

Hannah Greene’s Charcoal

Sophomore Haley Lontz charcoal

Sophomore Emmy Smolira’s charcoal

Closeup of “Fruits of our Labor” in Colored Pencil

Junior Hannah Kemp’s Clayboard-1st place

Junior Hannah Kemp receiving her 1st place award for her Clayboard ” Let the Good Times Roll”

Alexis Logan’s Clayboard “Coming in For the Night”

Braden Robinson photo “Focused”

Shyla Orr

Hannah Kemp photo “Angel in the Woods”

Junior Alexis Logan’s chalk pastels titled “It’s a Slow Fade”

Award winners posing with the judges. Braden Robinson and Hannah Kemp in the front , Alexandria Moeller in the back left and back right is Lily Liskanich.

Notice: Info about BLIZZARD BAGS

Blizzard Bags are a means for students to stay up on school work.  The Union Local School District, after five days of missed school as a result of calamity, turns to blizzard bags (up to three days) to assist in student learning.  Students have up to ten days to complete assignments for blizzard bags once they are assigned.  For example, for assignments given on Wednesday, January 17th, students will have until January 31, 2018 to complete.

Blizzard bag work is located on the ulschools web page www.ulschools.com.  Once on this page go to the top tool bar and select schools.  Once you go to schools, select your child’s respective building and then pick student activities.  Under student activities you will see the assignments posted.  Thank You and Questions can be directed to Ben Porter by calling 740-782-1978 X2501