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Rochelle News-Leader | Kish announces spring large faculty artwork and creating winners

MALTA — Kishwaukee School has introduced the profitable selections of the Spring 2022 Juried Significant Faculty Scholar Art and Imaginative Composing Exhibition.

The exhibition showcased drawings, paintings, photography, electronic media, combined media, sculpture, ceramics, prose and poetry from high school students through the Kishwaukee School district, like DeKalb, Hiawatha, Indian Creek, Rochelle and Sycamore substantial faculties.

Visual art was judged by a panel of Kishwaukee School artwork college and composing submissions ended up judged by English school. Profitable alternatives are under, and artists’ names are detailed as asked for.

Best In Show — Displayed Suffocation by Cora Early, Sycamore HS.

Drawings in Black & White — 1st 80’s Alternate by Vivianne Potts, Sycamore HS 2nd Bentley by Brianna Chamoun, Sycamore HS 3rd“Shoe” by Dylan Benge, Rochelle Township Superior School.

Coloration Drawing — 1st 1st Period Pre-Calc by Marlen Hueramo, RTHS 2nd Everyday living Ablaze by Mira Ryu, Sycamore HS 3rd Palms of Character by Rachel Piscopo, Hiawatha HS Honorable Mention, Mr. Creatable by Uriel Valle, RTHS.

Painting — 1st Tangled in Sinking Time by Chrissie Fischer, Hiawatha HS 2nd On the Highway by Marlen Hueramo, RTHS 3rd Speculate Boy by Eric Briseno, RTHS Honorable Point out, Goo-Male by Abby Johns, Sycamore HS.

Sculpture/Ceramics — 1st Modern day Background by Molly Sapita, Sycamore HS 2nd Medusa by Arianna Moser, Hiawatha HS 3rd Poker Experience by Loryn Heil, Sycamore HS Honorable Mention, Keeping Safe by Lucy Bunger, RTHS.

Pictures/Electronic Media — 1st Bow of Fruit by Alaina Leal, RTHS 2nd Fire Hazard by Kylie Davis, RTHS 3rd Clock by Ayla Walker, RTHS Honorable Mention, Frozen Creek by Allie Mortenson, RTHS.

Blended Media — 1st Shades of Home by Autumn Tomlinson, Sycamore HS 2nd Untitled by Janis Schnurr-Trebe, Sycamore HS 3rd It’s an Elephant by Marisa Whaley, RTHS Honorable Point out, Block by Katie Horn, Sycamore HS.

Poetry — 1st “Oh How We Spin” by Darion Massey, DeKalb HS 2nd “No One Cared Ahead of the Flowers” by Arianna Harrison, Sycamore HS.

Prose — 1st “The Desolation of Icarus” by Andrew Miller, Indian Creek HS 2nd “Her Brotherhood” by Irish McCoy, Sycamore HS.

The community is invited to check out the successful picks in the Kishwaukee Higher education Artwork Gallery through April 14. The gallery is open up from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

To master far more about the exhibition, visit For far more information on the artwork or English courses at Kishwaukee Faculty, visit