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Art exhibit
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The Ellinwood School/Community Library is holding an art exhibit of the art of Ellinwood High School students during the month of April. Pictured above is a drawing by Abby Petz called Not Forgotten.

ELLINWOOD — Ellinwood High School art students are exhibiting their work at the Ellinwood School/Community Library during the month of April.
The results are:
Best of Show 2D - “Content” Kaitlyn Robl; Black and White Drawing-1st “Heartland Harvest” Kaitlyn Robl, 2nd “Not Forgotten” Abby Petz, 3rd “Awaking” Tanner Swank, HM “Unshakable” Gentry McLeland; Colored Drawing-1st “Summer’s Glare” Abby Petz, 2nd “Dedication” Kelsey Ward, 3rd “In the Spotlight” Andrea Klepper, HM “Oceanic View” Gentry Mcleland; Painting/Printmaking-1st “Summertime Radiance” Josee Roth, 2nd “Reflections” Kaitlyn Robl, 3rd “Zebra Print” Gentry McLeland; Beginning Art-1st “Infinite Possibilities” McKenna Rugan, 2nd “Glistening Lilies” Micah Johnston, 3rd “Diana” Franchesca Holcomb, HM “Eye Believe” Baily Schartz; Best of Show 3D -Split Handle Teapot - Colton Churchill; Pottery-1st “Revolving Dream” Nic Edwards, 2nd “Nature’s Essence” Chelsea Day, 3rd “Lidded Form” Becky Elsen, HM “Growing Old” Nic Edwards; Teapots-1st “Flowing Shatter” Patrick Ringering, 2nd “Streaming Desire” Chelsea Day, 3rd “Black Mist” Ryley Ney, HM “Sandy Blue” Sophie Hayes. The judges were: Phillip Long-head juror, and Aldyn Wilson-juror. Both jurors are Ellinwood graduates with art backgrounds