Two Career and Technical Education students from the computer programming and web design program at Oswego County BOCES were honored by the Fulton Art Association during the Fifth Annual High School Invitational Art Show.
Emily Terry of Hannibal, received one second-place ribbon and two honorable-mention ribbons for her submissions in the computer graphic art category while Jacob Isbell of Phoenix, received one honorable-mention ribbon for his oil painting submission. Terry and Isbell were just two of the over 80 students who submitted pieces for the art show.
The Fulton Art Association hosts the invitational annually for high school students at Fulton, Phoenix, Hannibal, Oswego, LEAH, and Oswego County BOCES. This year’s show was held in early March at the Fulton Municipal Building and included nearly 120 submissions in categories such as computer graphic art, oils, drawing, photography, acrylics, 3D art, ceramics, and mixed media painting.
Photo Caption: Oswego County BOCES Career and Technical Education students Jacob Isbell, Phoenix, and Emily Terry, Hannibal were honored for their artwork at the Fulton Art Association’s Fifth Annual High School Invitational Art Show. Isbell, center, won an honorable mention ribbon for his oil painting titled Escape. For submissions in the computer graphic art category at the show, Terry received three awards. A second place ribbon for the piece that she is holding, titled The Catfish, and an honorable mention ribbon for two other pieces pictured; Can I Buy You Breakfast? and Fruity Freshness. Pictured above with the two students is Fulton Art Association President Kathy Mihalek.