2017 Art Fair
Line Mountain Scholastic Arts
Congratulations to the following Line Mountain High School students who have their art work displayed at the 2017 Annual Scholastic Arts Exhibit at the Packwood House Museum.
First Place- Morgan Keim (Pottery and Ceramics)
Third Place- Cassidy and Kayla Nowacki (Computer Design and Graphics)
Third Place- Wyatt Wehry (Sculpture)
Third Place- Brittany Koppenhaver (Mixed-Media)
Honorable Mention- Cassidy Nowacki (Drawing), Aaron Bobish (Drawing), and Chloe Snyder (Drawing)
Logo Design 3rd place - Blake Britton
Logo Design 2nd Place - Cassidy & Kayla Nowacki
Graphic Design 1st Place - Autumn Bohner, Ashley Wilga, Kaitlyn Troutman
The Line Mt. High School Graphics Art Department
recently competed in the Regional Graphics Art Competition held at the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit in Montandon. Three teams placed in the top 3:
Placing 1st in the Graphic Design category and advancing to the state competition are:
Autumn Bohner, Ashley Wilga, Kaitlyn Troutman
In the Logo Design competition, Cassidy and Kayla Nowacki placed 2nd, and Blake Britton placed 3rd.
Congratulations to all students.
Fourteen Line Mountain High School art students worked together to create (6) two foot square acrylic paintings on canvas that were entered into an exhibit at the Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA. The show themed “From Coal to Steam” runs until January 15th, 2017. Afterwards, the exhibit is intended to travel nationally before joining several thousand other paintings on canvas which will be sewn together to create a drapery for a replica of the Mars Rocket. Congratulations to all of our students who participated in this unique exhibit of art.
The students who worked on this theme envisioned the pioneer spirit of the “steam locomotive” becoming renewed in the latest quest for human travel to and the “Exploration of Mars”. Just as the turn of the 20th Century saw the explosion of transportation and moving of natural resources through rail, Mars may someday provide resources beyond earth and help us to find solutions to the ever growing strain on earth to meet and sustain our future energy needs.
You may learn more about the Dream Rocket Project and how to participate at www.thedreamrocket.com
Exhibit Link: https://flic.kr/s/aHskxkuRuj