Wilton students awarded in state art competition
Seven Wilton High School students earned a total of 11 awards in the 2018 Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards competition, sponsored by the Connecticut Art Education Association (CAEA).
Kaylynn Gunzy won a Gold Key and honorable mention in the sculpture category.
Katherine Psaltos earned a Gold Key for her art portfolio and an honorable mention in the fashion category.
Becca Blair won a Silver Key in mixed media.
Madeline O’Brien won a Silver Key for her sculpture.
Megan McNamara and Maud Seymour eached earned a Silver Key in the ceramics and glass category.
Jeremy Wong took home three awards — two Gold Keys in the ceramics and glass category and a Silver Key in fashion. One of Jeremy’s Gold Key-winning creations, titled Tradition, was also named Best in Ceramics by the association.
Five Middlebrook students were also named winners in the art competition.
Daniella Coltman earned honorable mention in the digital art category and Mihika Shukla earned a Silver Key for her photography, while the following three students received Gold Keys in their respective categories:
- Emily Johnson, photography.
- Meredith Mobyed, photography.
- Fiona O'Halloran, comic art.
To learn more about the Connecticut Regional Scholastic Art Awards, visit caeaartawards.net.